For the Deboj in Bitola, there is no reliable historical data, but it is assumed that was probably built in the XVII / XVIII century when it served as a hammam.
It is located in the Old Bazaar, near the Haydar Kadi Mosque.
This profane architecture sample is rich in architectural forms from the outside and plastic decoration that adorns numerous rooms inside.
Over time the building was constantly damaged and unprofessionally repaired.
After the conservation and restoration, the Deboj got its original appearance, with a beautiful façade, several small and two large domes that dominate over others.
Today the Deboj serves as a closed bazaar, in which various different textile goods are sold.