Not far from the National Museum of History is this beautiful house of the Kandiani family, built in the nineteenth century. Its main attraction is a garden with a new Egyptian temple. According to legend, it was inspired by the opera Ida of Giuseppe Verdi. There is a strong contrast between the Yellow plaster of the outer wall and the exposed red brick.
This second-floor building looks exquisite and historic. The corner is the same arched gate as before, with glass with striped columns on it. At the bottom of the building stretching on both sides, there are rectangular modules wrapped with the same rectangular glass. On the second floor, the decoration on the top of the glass window frame is added. On the top, the tile paving has a clear flower shape.