The territory of Radomir is abundant in archaeological sites. Through the artifacts surviving to this day , made of long-lasting materials , mostly stone , ceramics and bone , it is easy to trace the diver-city of artistic skills , aesthetic flair and views of the people who settled in the upper reaches of the Struma River at the dawn of human civilization. This is evident from the common everyday utensils, as well as the works of plastic arts, cult and idol making, with their impressive forms, both exquisite and expedient.
As early as the late 19th century and early 20th century scientists were informed of particular cases of prehistoric finds from the region of Radomir, suggesting that it keeps in its bowels historical artifacts of this earliest era. Several prehistoric settlements of the early and late Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the early Bronze Age have been found.
PRIBOI village – early-Neolithic settlement (5th millennium BC); DREN village early Chalcolithic
NEGOVANTSI village: Klenovska mound-early Neolithic; RADOMIR town – late Neolithic – early Bronze age;
GERENA locality-late Chalcolithic and Early Bronze A