This excellent building, situated at Eleftherias (“Liberty”) Square, in front of Mandraki, is a representative sample of the Renaissance Eclecticism and the "Finta Pietra" technology. It is a two-storey building, with a basement. The decoration motifs of the façade have been made of local porous stone. The visitor of the building enters through an imposing main entrance found at the center of the building, which along with the openings left on each side, creates an absolutely symmetrical impression.
Very well preserved and restored, the building houses the Hellenic Post Office of the town of Rhodes, continuing the long tradition of such a use of the building.