The Uffington White Horse is a giant hill figure near Uffinton, England. The figure is 110 meters long, and is made from trenches that are filled with crushed white chalk. The best views of the Uffington White Horse are obtained from directly across the Vale, particularly around the villages of Great Coxwell, Longcot and Fernham. The Uffington White Horse has graced the hillside for over 3000 years, and has been maintained by countless generations of people living in the area. There are other white horse figures in Great Britain similar to it, but the Uffington Horse is by far the oldest, and its design differs from the others inspired by it.
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