The big pile dwelling village is on the edge of the lake you can cross by dugouts canoes among waterfowl and reeds. A series of poles fixed at the bottom of the lake supports the large wooden floor on which the village is built, as it has been done for a long period of time, from Late Neolithic to the Copper Age and until the Bronze Age (4.000 BC ­ 1.500 BC), for economic and defensive reasons.