In the upper part of the village there is a community threshing floor. In small and isolated villages, communitarianism was a working model, a practice of communally using infrastructures (irrigation systems, ovens, threshing floors) or vacant spaces, essential for the survival of the respective communities. This space was used for drying and threshing cereal crops, such as rye, and pulses, such as beans. The profusion of engravings and drawings on the various stones from the threshing floor are noteworthy, many of which correspond to podomorphs (shapes of soles of feet), individually or in pairs. It is assumed that these representations are related to prayers for good harvests or the conservation of goods.