On the way to Djavolja varoš, within reach of Prokuplje in the south of Serbia, there is Pločnik, an archeological site from the times of the Vinča culture. It is the locality where the remains of a settlement dating around 5500 BC have been preserved. Pločnik used to be a center for processing copper and one of the first sites of the early metallurgy of the Stone Age. Today, a prehistorical village has been built on the locality, representing a very authentic reconstruction of the original settlement. For that reason, Pločnik represents a sort of tourist attraction of the Toplica River region.