Simi proclaimed early as preserved settlement, and managed to keep the main character of the architecture. That was in 1971, more specific by the.24908 / 10.23.1971 Ministerial Decree, where the settlement considered as “historic site that requires special protection. ” Ocher, salmon, red, blue, white. The palette of colors is becoming bolder in large neoclassical houses of Gialos that have been restored. The rest of the settlement, a mixture of Aegean architecture with Venetian elements are equally impressive in appearance and size. Neoclassical frontage, symmetrical openings, windows and doors with balconies make the buildings of Gialos to look like human faces. Two floor and three floor captainhouses, painted with the pallet of color donations. Loft, courtyards littered with pebble decorative flooring, gable roofs. Images in indigo and ocher directly mentioning the period of great prosperity, in the 19th century, and the tide of neoclassicism.