The A3 Cucuteni site from Dobrovăț-Pădurea Buda was discovered in 2016, by locals Cornel Iascu and Alexandru Berzovan. In 2017 a magnetic prospection of the site (Carsten Mischka), which together with the LIDAR exploration offered information regarding the real dimensions of the site and of the constructions that are present in the investigated zone (9 constructions, one defence moat, palisade and other constructions with undetermined functions). In 2019, the first explorations to determine the magnetic anomalies were conducted. The research targeted two dwellings, named L3 and L4. The L4 was partially researched, resulting several rooms and interior amenities (altar, bed attached to the corridor separating two rooms) and annexes. The structures of walls and floors of L4 were investigated, as well as the part of the pits related to the structure of resistance of the house. Between the two dwellings, debris from another house – L10 – was found. At the same time, the ceramic material and the faunal remains were statistically analyzed. Along with the typical ceramics for Cucuteni A3, ceramic fragments of the Cucuteni C type and Precucuteni III were also discovered. The study represents the current state of research.