Bitola National Museum has a permanent exhibit that has freed up some space for the Young Stone Age. The museum depot contains still un-exhibited artefacts that would at least double this collection if attention is paid only to the first excavations at the Porodin and Velushina sites made 70 years ago. The exhibit also contains the oldest architectural structure of a building which is a prototype of a residential building and stands on the front page of the only comprehensive history of European Neolithic period so far as the oldest and most attractive prototype.