Bara Tumba (Hill): living area from the Neolithic period. It is located on a field on 1,8 km eastern from the village of Porodin and around 800 meters from the Bitola - Lerin (Florina in Greece) freeway.
By the form and the dimensions is closely same to the others Tumba (hills) in the Pelagonija valley. By the intensive working on the farmland and later by the construction of the road to the village this hill was damaged seriously. The Tumba (hill) can not be seen exactly same as it was before the road construction. In 1978-1979 were done several protection researches, and were constituted two living horizons. The older living horizon belongs to the middle Neolith (Velišina 3rd, 4th), and the younger to the late Neolith and to the crossing to the Eneolithic period. From the materials discovered plenty were made of pottery and the tools from stone. This things are kept in the Museum of Bitola.
"External look of a house"
Tumba: living area from the Neolithic period. It is located around 1,5 km from the village of Porodin and 800 meters from the Bitola - Lerin freeway. The hill is high 2,5 km and has base 150 meters. In the period of 1953-1954 the natonal museum of Bitola makes the first researches for protection in the central part of the Tumba (hill). A several subjects were discovered and also some ruins of neolithic houses. Some ceramics, antropomorpha and zoopomorpha plastic. And also anthropomorphic cilnders. The discovery is kept in the Museum of Bitola.