Antequera Town Hall Tourism Department. It is one of the best preserved buildings, as well as one of the very few civil constructions whose date and author are known. Both data appear in a slab on the façade which literally reads: “Juan de Navarrete me fecit. Year 1762”. The exterior tectonic design follows the  Antequera “shell-façade” model. It is completely made of brick, except for the front. The two sections of the front are made of white limestone from El Torcal. The first section has got very original pilasters crowned by egg-shaped Tuscan capitals, being the shaft decorated with a kind of mixtilinear coffers, also made of white limestone, and which are framed by a Mudejar brick broken box. The most interesting pieces of the interior are the courtyard and the stairwell. The ground floor of the first one has three galleries of red limestone Tuscan columns supporting half-barrel arches and a higher section with balconies; all of that is made of brick and simple moldings. The exquisite stairwell offers a real profuse use of Baroque plasterwork.