The former building of the barracks Stiv Naumov in Bitola today is a NI Institute and Museum located at the end of the pedestrian zone which starts from the Old Bitola Bazaar and leads along to the Sirok Sokak and continues to the city promenade and the archaeological site Heraclea.
Fossil mastodons teeth were found in 2009 in the coal mine Suvodol, REK Bitola. Four fragments of fossil teeth from a lower jaw were found belonging to a mastodon, also called a prehistoric elephant.
A fragment of a stomach from a larger bowl with a ball-shaped form. Decorated with engravings made with a blunt object. The middle part is made by engravings of triangles placed sideways, whose interior is filled with a networking decoration made in white. These are five vertical rows, each of which is vertically arranged with three sideways triangles.
An anthropomorphic model of a house with a rectangular base, with inverted T-shaped openings on four sides. The roof is set in two sides topped with chimney. The chimney is presented in the form of a head with a realistic presentation of the eyes, nose and mouth, this is actually a representation of the Great Goddess who rendered as a protector of the house.
Every Roman theatre has exposed its symbols inside its composition – such as a tragic and comic mask. The tragic mask displays a sad look, and the comic mask laughs. Also, there is a third type of mask, which is a pantomime mask that has a closed mouth.
Светилка е направа која го држи и согорува горивото, обично масло, како средство за добивање на светлина.
The picture shows "Girl". She is sitting on a sofa covered with a "cherga" (rug). In the background, there is an old house wall. The girl is in the center of the picture. Standing straight, with arms crossed and leaning against the upper legs.
Портрет на Свети Никола. Светецот е насликан во средината на сликата - иконата. Насликан е до горната половина на телото.
The traditional Macedonian jewelry and its manufacture are an expression of one of the highest artistic accomplishments of Macedonian masters. Having no special design scheme, each master used only his own imagination and creativity in his workmanship.