The charming countryside villa built in 1898 for Ahmed Kapandji and is a typical architectural sample of eclecticism. It consists of a main building and tower. Its basic elements are the complexity of the volume, the composite roof with big slopes and the rectangular tower. Eleftherios Venizelos lived here in 1917, as head of provisional revolutionary government based in Thessaloniki. Today it houses Thessaloniki’s Cultural Center of the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation (M.I.E.T).