This huge yellow-and-brown mid-18th-century house, once the property of former president Luis José de Orbegoso, stretches around the block and has its own plaza facing the San Agustín church. In the entrance are Moorish-Christian mural paintings that were buried beneath successive baroque, rococo, and finally neoclassical murals. Inside are some original furnishings and mural paintings that can still be seen around the lower sections of some rooms. The front part of the house still belongs to descendants of the original owners. Orbegoso, who fought alongside Bolívar in the War of Independence, is buried in a mausoleum in the house.