The Argyros Mansion is a standout amongst the most recognized late landmarks of the island of Santorini and involves a critical place inside the Messaria people group, as it is noteworthy for its morphological and its structural esteem. It joins the customary design of Santorini with components and impacts of diversity. Numerous morphological components design the building's aspects and there are roof works of art of outstanding workmanship in its inside. All the furniture and utensils on upper floor are rationed and taken care of as in an exhibition hall. Along these lines, the guest can get to know the home of a nineteenth century landowner of Santorini.
The Mansion was worked in 1888 by the landowner and wine vendor George Argyros, on the place where there is a formerly existing conventional building that possessed a fourth of a section of land. Amid the 1956 quake, the entire of the building endured harms and its south east corner fallen together with the fundamental corridor's roof. The Argyros Mansion's total reclamation was endorsed by the Ministry of Culture. The designer Flora Nastouli and the structural specialist A. Talaiporos of the Static Society, influenced the investigations for the rebuilding to extend. By a pastoral pronouncement of 1985, the building was distinguished as a Work of Art circled by a 50 meters security zone.