After a big earthquake in 1856, Heraklion city in Crete, Greece had to be rebuilt all over again.
At the beginning of the 20th century, there were many neoclassical buildings, some of them survive to this day. Maybe wounded, but I have the hope that they will be revived.
This building is at the corner of Sofokli Venizelou Avenue and Theotokopoulou. This is an excellent sample of Neoclassical architecture with a beautiful entrance.
Unfortunately it has been left unattended even though it is characterized as a preservable neoclassical building.