Big Rock


The range of rocks near the village consists of 3 parts, of which the one that lies directly above the village and the valley of the river Camenca is called Stânca Mare (Big Rock), having a length of over 1000 m, width of 100 m and relative height of 40 m. The Camenca River hugs the reef from three streams. This natural fortress was inhabited by humans in the Stone Age. Nowadays, primary steppe plants have found refuge here. Since ancient times, the Big Rock has been said to be the patron saint of the village, protecting it from natural disasters. For this reason, our ancestors also placed a cross on the rock, pointing to the village church, which had the task of protecting the village.

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