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We went inside (free entry) but not a lot to see other than pretty painted walls and ceilngs. Beware the slippery marble steps up to the first floor.
Best view is looking back from the top of the steps over the main square towards the...More
There might be bigger or taller city halls in Greece, but this is perhaps the most elegant and most impressive city hall in Greece. Adorned by the beautiful Miaouli Square in front of it and surrounded by lots of cafés, bars and restaurants around it...More
The City Hall with statue of Andreas Vokos so outstanding.
I walked round the square to see it from all angles lovely place on a summers day.
It is a must place to go on visit to Syros Greece.
Will recommend to friend s and...More
It is open until almost at 21.00 if you want to visited and the square is the perfect place if you have children to play after 19.00 or 20.00 at afternoon.You could say that is the meeting place for every ages.
It is one of the landmarks of the island. Many slippery steps lead to the entrance and even more steps take you to the first floor. This building strives to preserve its traditional character to the expense of safety and common logic. It is an...More
Hi Molly! congratulations!! Yes you can get married in the city hall. You can have a civil wedding(ceremony). It is very nice and fast, the people are extremely friendly and it is easy to organize (if you are Greek that... More
Hi Molly! congratulations!! Yes you can get married in the city hall. You can have a civil wedding(ceremony). It is very nice and fast, the people are extremely friendly and it is easy to organize (if you are Greek that is...dont know the specifics for foreigners though). We got married there and it was simple and beautiful! Enjoy!!!