this place looks like a lightbulb or a hotair balloon
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Vinga (commune, Arad County)
A. Prehistoric artifacts.
a) The boundaries of the village comes a stone ax with a hole for fastening the handle. 
b) The locality was discovered several objects without specifying the place of discovery:
b.1.) A stone hammer, one made a molten bronze jug, an ax and a cross with arms of bronze ax.
b.2.) A bronze defender's arm, fragmentary.
b.3.) A bronze bracelet dating in Ha A1. 
c) At about 200 m SW of the point source, on a high terrace of the road cut Arad - Timisoara was reported settlement Tiszapolgár. 
d) At about 500 m from source, on a high terrace south of the tourist inn, they identified a large Bronze Age settlement in the center of which is a Megaron (?). 
e) Point Creek ducks.
South of town and north of the River Tisza mentioned is a resort with elements Bucovăţ. 
Two. Mounds of earth.
a) Point Moghul.
This is the border village microtoponim. 
Three. Archaeological sites with complex stratigraphy.
a) Point Source.
South of town were discovered Neolithic pottery assigned (Banat culture) and Bronze Age (Vatina culture). 
Four. Daco-Roman artifacts.
a) At the border from Jadani was found a pitcher with handle dating from II to IV centuries AD. 
b) In an unspecified location to find a pitcher with two handles dating from II-IV centuries AD. 
c) The third line goes here wave of Banat. 
Five. Medieval remains.
a) without specifying the place of discovery is recalled an ornamented wooden anthropomorphic amulet. 
b) In this work a fourteenth century parish church.  googlemap
another angle... this seems to be the large bronze age settlement with the megaron not that henge. kinda looks like giurgita