There are plenty of Stonehenge replicas in the States. One of the lesser known examples stands in Munfordville, Kentucky, in the cave area of the state. I haven’t been able to find much information about it, but the website says:
Kentucky’s Stonehenge does not strictly follow the layout of the actual Stonehenge. Instead, it has been set up to reflect the points on a compass rose with additional rocks marking the cardinal directions.
What do you think? On one hand it has that unnatural manicured garden look, but on the other hand it is at least oriented to the directions and they added a stone row, which is good. Still, those gravel bases and those round bushes–are they boxwood?– reduce the visual power.
Score: 5 and a half druids!