The highest cultural and civilizational values in Northern Pelagonia are witnessed within the Markovi Kuli protected area. The human presence in the protected area has been documented in dozens of sites, dating from the Neolithic period (6000 BC) and until the late Middle Ages. The remains of past human activities, on the Markovi Kuli hill, are confirmed to be from the late Eneolithic period (2500 - 2100 BC) until now. During the classical period, at least three relatively spacious settlements existed in this area. The settlement of Ceramia is presumed to have existed on the hill and in the foothills of Markovi Kuli, the second settlement Kolobaisa is located in the foothill of the peak Zlatovrv, while the third settlement was located at the heights of the site Kukul - Baba.