Stavrakas Mansion

Stavrakas Mansion was built approximately in 1870-1880 in the northern part of the country, just beneath the walls and near the gate of Theologos Monastery. It is a classic example of the traditional Patmian house in the neoclassical era. Architecturally, it extends over the steep slope and it has three floors and a small courtyard.

It was restored by the Patmian Culture Company (EMCO) and now is open as an international environment and culture center.

Reference: Greek Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage. Click here for the brochure.

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