According to one story, Ahmed Niyazi Bey one of the leaders of Young Turk Revolution, after receiving a postcard of Versailles, also wanted to have a French-style estate.
The building in which today is located Stopanska Banka Bitola (Стопанска Банка Битола),
The building in which today is housed the Rectorate of the University St. Kliment Ohridski Bitola, also known as the former building of the old municipality of Bitola, is a monument of culture of the Republic of Macedonia and one of the bright examples of Bitola architecture.
The building in which today is housed the Bitola museum was built as a military school in 1848 when the city of Bitola (Monastir) was a military, administrative, political, and commercial center of the then European Turkey.
The object of the University Library St. Kliment Ohridski in Bitola, was built in the late 19th century by the famous trade family Pinika, as a facility with educational and social nature (Greek female high school "Partenagogion").
The object of Adventist Church (Адвентистичка Црква) in Bitola, located near the city library St. Kliment Ohridski, is constructed at the end of the 19th century, as a private residential facility, in an eclectic neo-Renaissance or neo-baroque style.
The building of the Metropolitan residence in Bitola, according to its historical and architectural aesthetic values, has the status of a cultural monument of the Republic of Macedonia.
The “Magaza” represented a true blessing for the traders who brought their wares in Bitola. Through these gates passed, were stored, exhibited, and sold a variety of goods intended not only for the local but also for the major European markets.
The Army House (Офицерски дом, Officer Home) in Bitola, according to its historical and architectural aesthetic values, has the status of a monument of culture in the Republic of Macedonia.
The object of the Gymnasium "Josip Broz Tito" (Јосип Броз Тито) in Bitola, according to its historical and architectural and aesthetic values, is a monument of culture of the Republic of Macedonia.
The preserved records from Bitola, pertaining to the period from the XVI-XIX century, mention many public buildings characteristic of Turkish construction, including the covered bazaar “Bezisten - Bedesten” with its 86 stores.
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.
Zandan Kule in Bitola is a well-preserved stone tower, located in the schoolyard of the primary school “Stiv Naumov” Bitola.
The tower has a foursquare foundation (7,5 x 7,5 meters), 14 meters high, and up to the roof, the structure is well preserved. It is built of large stone blocks of processed limestone, and the upper part is made of bricks in the form of teeth. A single entry in the tower is on the north side.
The monumental Stone Bridge on Vardar River, connects the old and new part of Skopje city. According to Turkish sources, the bridge was built in the second half of the fifteenth century, during the rule of Sultan Mehmed II.