It is one of the best surviving fortifications in Northwest Greece and is located northwest of Paramythia (Livieratou, 2014), in the Probate Quarter. It is a fortified tower-colored residence built in the second half of the 18th century 19th century. ). As regards its morphology and architecture, such living residences meet during the Ottoman domination in both Epirus and Albania. It was built exclusively with defense and contributed, as other than the corresponding remaining, the safety of the principles and landowners in cases of attacks. It is a five-storey structure in the shape of a tower, built at the foot of the castle of Paramythia in a strategy, at a point where it secured her visual contact with its whole plain and the surrounding area to control it. He also served as a bastion of the Castle of Paramythia as well as as a residence of Ali Pasha in the Ottoman domination during his trips to the area. The building, external dimensions 7,80 x 7.67m. It looks square and its height reaches 26m. It has a dome, which is covered with a quadruple roof. “Building masonrys are made with rectangular limestone and portions in horizontal arrangement and powerful plaster as a binder. It was housed with a dome covered by a tetrakite roof, from which they exempt two chimneys. Its walls were internally coated and possibly in some parts they brought a written decoration. Inside, five floors communicated with wooden scales were formed. Ground floor housing was vaulted, while the remaining floors were separated by wooden floors. The main entrance was at the height of the Ball and was approximate to a wooden retractable scale. A second smaller entrance was opened on the ground floor and secured communication with the accommodation. Inside B and C and A floor there were outbreaks with acoustic endings. On the walls of A and B floor as openings were only robocydrides. On the contrary, large windows are opened to C and D and Floor. In the latter they are also shaped on all sides of crops, which enhanced the defense capacity of the residence. ” The space is visited by consultation with the AFSA. Thesprotia: Monday-Friday (09: 00-14: 00) (Tel.: 26650.29177 / 8, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org). The area does not have disabilities infrastructure and is not accessible to people with kinetic disabilities, mobility difficulties and impeded persons due to its segmentation and inaccessible access.