Rock utensils for wine production (sharapana), Dzhanka village
Rock utensils for wine production (sharapana), Dzhanka village The sharapana is located 10m north of the tomb and is cut in a similar rock. It is round with one basin of diameter 1.6m and depth of 0.35m to 0.45m. The bottom of the basin is in-clined to the east with an eductive hole cut at its end. On the western part of the basin a groove is hewn for leading out rain water. Closeby is preserved a minor part of another smaller one. North of the sharapana is located an analogical sharapana cut in the same white volcanic rocks. Note: The place is suitable for tourism.
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