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Westbury White Horse, Wiltshire
Westbury White Horse, being 180ft tall, is a well known landmark and popular dog walking and paragliding location, and the oldest white horse carved into Wiltshire hillsides. The horse was carved into the hillside in the 18th Century, possibly replacing a smaller one facing the opposite direction. In its perceived wisdom the chalk horse was concreted over by the local Westbury Council in the 1950s to reduce ongoing maintenance costs. There used to be An iron Age hillfort above the horse, of which there are now no visible signs. There are no facilities other than a car park and occssional icecream van.