Bilivske davnʹorusʹke settlement is an archaeological monument of national importance, located in the village of Biliv near Rivne.
Two mounds have been preserved near the Bilivsky settlement. And at the end of the XIX century archaeologist, Melnyk began excavations of burial mounds, which were counted on the northern outskirts of Peresopnytsia - more than 170 mounds.
The items found during these works are stored in the National Museum of History of Ukraine in Kyiv. The collection includes ceramics, metal and bone household items, tools, weapons, jewellery. The collection includes items from the jeweller's unique burial: iron hammers, an anvil, bronze templates for making jewellery, large and small scales.
But at the turn of the XI and XII centuries, the settlement of Biliv is failing.
Now the settlement has become a tourist magnet for lovers of landscapes and photography.