The Winter Solstice sunrise azimuth in 2500BC was 129° 57' (when the entire solar disc had just risen).
Moonrise azimuth on 15th June 2011 is 130° 11' (when the entire lunar disc has just risen)
14' of arc (the difference between the two azimuths) is about 1/2 the diameter of the Moon or Solar disc, so this is pretty close.
In fact it's this close:
If the weather gods are feeling kind, this is a great opportunity to have a squint through any ancient monuments you may have nearby to see if there are any obvious sightlines in this particular direction.