The pastel-pink Central Post Office was built in 1882 on the remains of what was once the colonial Governor's Palace and the post-independence Presidential Palace. After the building succumbed to fire in 1881, workers rebuilt it, incorporating several of the old building's walls. In 1908, architect Ramón Feherman added a third floor and an extravagant glass cupola. Unless you have postcards to mail or a fondness for Renaissance-period architecture, there isn't much to see here.