This picture of a horse and its rider were carved into a hill in the early 19th century in a seaside town. Do you have any idea where this is? Bonus points if you can guess which king is was created in honor of!

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UPDATE 5/02/11: Way to go T+L community member BrendaWeatherhead! You guessed correctly that this hillside carving is the Osmington White Horse monument in Dorset, near Weymouth Bay. This 260 ft. figure was carved into the hills in 1808 by locals in honor of King George III who frequently visited the town.

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