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During the ruling of Radomir Gavril(1014–1015) Bitola is mentioned under the name of Buteliu. The Greek name for the city (Monastíri, Μοναστήρι), also meaning "monastery", is a calque of the Slavic name.Bitola is very rich in monuments from the prehistoric period.Two important ones are Veluška Tumba, and Bara Tumba near the village of Porodin.Its magnificent Pelister mountain (2601 m) is a national park with exquisite flora and fauna, among which is the rarest species of pine, known as Macedonian pine or pinus peuce, as well as a well-known ski resort. and with a population of 122,173 (1991), Bitola is an important industrial, agricultural, commercial, educational, and cultural center.It represents an important junction that connects the Adriatic Sea to the south with the Aegean Sea and Central Europe.