The Manousis mansion in Hora has an inscription on its facade dating it to 1762-63. Its construction and sumptuous decoration reflect the wealth of the Manousis family, who had created one of the most powerful Siatistan trading businesses in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Wood carvings of exceptional quality decorate the mezzanine and upper storey. The painting decoration covers most of the walls and wood-paneled surfaces with an extraordinary diversity of subjects (cities, Greek mountains between flower pots, symbolic representation of a bird with a snake).
Of particular interest are the scenes of Mount Athos with Vatopedi Monastery, and Mount Siniatsiko with a house and tower, possible portrayals of specific buildings in Siatista.