2.5 m southern from “Badjaliata” on the right shore of the river Taban a large natural cave, called “Kirindjika” is situated (samples 1, 20-24).


Under an impressive rock awning in the base of a Karst garland a huge room is situated with measurements 9 х 7 х 4,5 m. In the eastern half at 1.05 m over the floor diligently a rectangular platform has been formed with measurements  4,10 х 2,80 m. It is oriented by the directions of the world, where the longer side is in the direction north-south with a diversion of 12° to the east. On the western periphery a channel is cut with a width of 0,24 m and a depth of 0.08 m (samples  21, 23). In the center and in the northwestern part of the platform stains are to be seen, that are plastered up with yellow clay an are roughly heated.
To the right of the platform, in the foot of the eastern wall of the rock garland there is a diligently cut semicircle, arch-like formed niche-alter with a width of 2,30 m, depth of 1.30 m and height of 1,85 m. (samples. 22, 23). It is oriented to the east with a small diversion  to the north.
           To the right, aver the alter, on the edge of the rock garland, at the very peak of the plateau begins the third rock structure. By a long, narrow, slanting gallery 0,90 х 0,80 х 6,50 m, one can reach a vertical shaft with depth of  5,50 m. It goes down to a natural cave labyrinth, where the largest and most suitable for habitation is the southwestern part. Here is a wide hole with a view to the dry river valley, and near it, on the northern wall there is a diligently cut small niche-alter with measurements 0,40 х 0, 18 х 0,48 m (samples  20, 24).
            In the foot of the rock garland, above the shore of the dry river valley a cultural layer is registered, which is saturated with ceramics, which alike this of the Badjaliata dates between the VІІ-V B.C. till the ІІІ-ІV A.C.