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Celebrants take a coffee break outside the Stone Circle at Stonehenge, southern England as Druids and revelers celebrate the Winter Solstice, Tuesday Dec. 22, 2009. Pagans and druids, many dressed in weird and wonderful costumes, celebrated the shortest day of the year at the mysterious monument with traditional ceremonies. The shortest day of the year often falls on December 21 but this year the druid and pagan community marked the first day of winter Tuesday because the modern calendar of 365 days a year, with an extra day every four years, does not correspond exactly to the solar year of 365.2422 days. (AP PhotoBen Birchall/PA) ** UNITED KINGDOM OUT NO SALES NO ARCHIVE ** AP