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A very nice building. It was open to the public when I went in June. You get to see the offices of... read more

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foodiexpert
Very grand building

Friday 13th July and we were in Ermoupolis (Hermoupolis) exploring and we visited this very... read more

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Miaouli square, Hermoupolis, Greece
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Entering the building one sees a sign prohibiting smoking. In the cafe, INSIDE the city hall, everyone sits ingesting their smoke. The entire building reeks of smoke. I like seeing frescoes and painting on the ceilings but not when there is an assault on my...More

Thank Odysseus K
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very nice building. It was open to the public when I went in June. You get to see the offices of the general architecture. Very grand for a municipal building on a small Island. On the main square in Hermoupolis. Easy to get to...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Friday 13th July and we were in Ermoupolis (Hermoupolis) exploring and we visited this very impressive building. It is situated in Minaouli Square which a few streets away from the waterfront of the Port and behind the Mnimeio Ethnikis Statue in the Port. There are...More

Thank David D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

In the town center its easy to visit this nice building. You can easily have a look in just 5 minutes if you are in a hurry. In addition in front square you can find many coffee shops.

Thank Alexander S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's the center of the island and a very nice building to see inside-out, as it has some nice wall drawings and rooms inside.

Thank AthinaM_Al
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's a great spot to take in the pulse of the town! Lots of stores and cafes all made with marble surround it.

Thank _hesses4
Reviewed April 21, 2018

The Ermoupolis City Hall is definitely one of the highlights of the whole Cycladic islands complex, as it's a beautiful building of neoclassical architecture, built back in 1870-80s. Its interior remains unchanged and consists classical and historical halls with wonderful wall paintings. Finally, the square...More

Thank Filippatos
Reviewed March 9, 2018 via mobile

Its a must see for the island. A huge building in a big Square with many coffeshops. Go and have photos worth it.

Thank tragio
Reviewed February 27, 2018

A fascinating old building, still in use. Visitors are free to roam around the building and the architecture is stunning.

Thank Steven L
Reviewed January 12, 2018 via mobile

Cannot miss the impressive building as one enters Miaouli Plaka - marble abounds in Ermoupoli and certainly no shortage here- Built by the German architect Ernst Ziller who cleverly incorporated 3 architectural styles, Bavarian, Italian and Classical Greek (smart man - he kept everyone happy)...More

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Molly M
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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
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