Cromlechs are the rarest and the oldest archaeological monuments. Usually cromlechs are constructions arranged in a circle or a square, composed of uncut stones or flag stones, which sometimes form one or several concentric circles. Purpose of these structures is not certain. Perhaps, it was a sacrifice place or a calendar. Considering modern disclosure and recognition by the scientists of some unexplainable human abilities, erased by modern science and urbanization, estrangement of the mankind from natural skills of pagan doctrine (shamans, etc.), who fed off unknown energy sources, we can assume that cromlechs (and pyramids!) were built with the purpose of energy concentration, in order to use it for the functions of the mankind that we've completely forgotten about, or which were intentionally erased from our minds by contemporary science structure adapted to someone's aspirations. The archaeological monument Cromlech in Mirovoye village near Tomakova, according to estimations of academician D.I. Yavoritsky, is over three thousand years old and is under state protection; or maybe it's just a fence of a burial mound built to protect it from destruction by time, or a forgotten Trypillian culture?