Near the village of Dupljaja in the vicinity of Bela Crkva, 95km from Belgrade and 35km from Vršac, there are remains of a prehistoric settlement originating from the Middle Bronze Age. On this locality, two carts made of terracotta, designed for a prehistoric cult, were discovered. On the carts, human figures with the bird’s beak are symbolically represented. The carts from Dupljaja are kept at the National Museum in Belgrade, and the collection of stone findings – at the City Museum of Vršac.