The Kamestizuhan District is located in Malolos City in Bulacan Province. The Kamestizuhan Street is a row of ancestral houses that are steep in history: Estrella Street and Pariancillo Street is where stands the Ejercito House, which was the Department of War of the First Philippine Republic. On the left side of Pariancillo Street is the Cervantes House, which is the Tiongson House with its intricate balustered windows that used to be the Commisaria de Guerra. The Adriano House has been beautifully restored and today serves as the Meralco Building. It was the Gobierno Militar de la Plaza. Just across it is a structure with sealed half-moon balconies that once served as the Carcel or jail. On the left are the ruins that mark the place where Jose Rizal’s historic letter To the Women of Malolos was read. The Bautista House, ornately sculpted with neo-classic touches, was the Secretaria de Fomento. The Reyes House with its weather vane and octagonal rose window was the Secretaria de Exterior or Department of Foreign Affairs. Finally, the Convento which served as the Palacio Presidencial de Aguinaldo.