This historic building was built back in 1778 by a wealthy tobacco lord, and it served nothing more than a bank, a stock exchange, and a library. During this time, the neoclassical structure has repeatedly changed its appearance. The contemporary art gallery occupied this building in 1996. The collection of the gallery consists of works of recognizable and beginning masters working in the style of avant-garde, mosaic, figurines, unusual photographs. From time to time, workshops and creative evenings with local artists and writers are organized in the halls.