The building was the gift of the Hanzis family. It has been vacant for many years. On the first floor one can find a room showing how candles were made. Another small area depicts a jeweler's workshop, a shoe repair shop, a copper tinning representation, etc. On its second floor there is a representation of the inside of a Stemnitsa house, having every room furnished as it was customary in the past. On the third floor is a very extensive selection with Byzantine icons, old costumes, copperware, guns, jewelry, etc.This museum was designed, as I was told, by the same artist who designed the famous museum in Athens the "Kythatheneon"