It is a religious ritual structure of vertically erected stone slabs. The stones are placed directly on the rock without having any special places and holes for erecting them. The enclosed sacred space where rituals were held has a circular shape.
In Western Europe similar cult places are usually described with the term "cromlech", as the most famous example is Stonehenge in South England.
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