The Museum in Kumanovo (National Institution Museum – Kumanovo / ционална установа Музеј – Куманово) is located in the former villa of the rich industrialist Zivko Stojiljkovic (Живко Стојиљковиќ), built in 1926 with a typical hallmark of the old city architecture.
Dr. Hristo Tatarchev (16.12.1869 - 2.1.1952) was one of the founders of the Macedonian Revolutionary Organization and the first chairman of the Central Committee.
Smilevo Memorial Museum was built on the occasion of 100 years of the Ilinden Uprising.
The Ethnology museum in the village Gradeshnica dates from August 2, 2009 and represents a collection of ethnic elements of life and culture of the population, as well as the remains of weapons and objects used in wars.
Museum dedicated to Jews from Macedonia who lost their lives in the Holocaust is situated in the heart of what was once a Jewish neighborhood in the city center of the capital of Macedonia - Skopje.
The Memorial Museum “11th October 1941” is located in the center of Prilep. The building in which the museum is hosted was built at the beginning of XX century.
The museum is built in the period from 2008 to 2011, and officially was opened on 8 September 2011, marking twenty years since the declaration of independence of the Republic of Macedonia.
Local archaeological and historical museum founded by Assembly of Resen.
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk grandfather on his father's side - Hafız Ahmet Efendi, was from Kocacık Yörüks (a nomadic shepherd tribe from Anatolia) that had come from Konya and Aydın and settled at Kocacık in Macedonia in the XIV - XV cent.
After the graduation of Mustafa Kemal at Salonika (Thessaloniki) military school, he registered at Bitola (Monastir) military high school with epaulet number 7348, and on March 13, 1896, he started his education.