Pewsey White Horse is a hill figure of a white horse near the village of Pewsey, Wiltshire, England. Cut of chalk in 1937, it replaces an earlier horse that had disappeared under the grass and is one of eight remaining white horses in Wiltshire. It measures 66’ by 45’, making it the smallest of the eight canonical white horses in Wiltshire.
When Pewsey White Horse was cut it was the seventh or eighth White Horse in Wiltshire (the confusion arising as Rockley White Horse was unknown until 1948) and the first of the 20th century. It was also one of the smallest. George Marples designed the white horse commemorating the Coronation of George VI, and was inspired by other white horses in Wiltshire.
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Charles Gancarz | Jul 25, 2017
Good place to spend an afternoon. Stunning views and very peaceful
Thijs van Leeuwen | Aug 8, 2017
Not well directed with signs, comming from the south you will miss it. A dirtroad straigt from the north side vilage will get you fairly close by car. Lovey sight.
Adam Kitchener | Jan 30, 2018
Chris Durham | Jul 20, 2018
Very beautiful but watch the road when walking down
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