The courthouse of Tripoli is a solid building in the Square of Ares. And, very fittingly, the equestrian Kolokotronis, conversing with the impartial judges, Tertsetis and Polizoidis, are the statues which adorn the facade of the palace.
The Courthouse foundations were laid in 1914 and it opened in 1934. With its excellent stonework, elegant columns, the pediment and the red windows it is one of the most beautiful buildings in the Peloponnese. The interior decoration is luxurious. The building is a two story exterior, with an additional basement floor. On the ground floor there are preserved carved messages from the condemned men of the resistance.
Undoubtedly much of the history of Tripoli has been written in the Courthouse.