This magnificent building, built throughout with chiseled marble blocks, was erected in 1893. Originally it was the residence of pharmacist Gregory Dareiotis, hence the name of the street on which it is located.
It belongs to the neoclassical style, Tripoli embraced this school of architecture. Architectural projects such as the Town Hall, with a reasonable height and having balanced proportions and elegant decor, adorned the town from the 19th century onwards.
The building has also hosted the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Municipality of Tripoli. This is a very active arts organization, with a great tradition and contribution to the city. It runs music school, free of charge, to help children get acquainted with the world of music.