The Town Hall of Hermoupolis at Miaoulis Square is one of the largest and most impressive Town Halls in Greece. Built in 1876 under the supervision of Ernst Ziller, this unique building is inspired by 3 different architectural styles. The Tuscan style featured on the 1st floor with the imposing staircase of 15.5 meters in width, the Ionic style found on the 2nd floor and the Corinthian one that can be observed on the towers. The Town Hall also features a marble pediment dedicated to D. Vafiadakis. Other noteworthy elements of the Town Hall are the hanging ladder at the entrance, the bust of D. Vafiadakis, the boardroom and the portraits of former mayors. The Town Hall now houses the courthouse, the land registry, the Archaeological Museum and various other public bodies and municipal services.