Birthplace of writer Ceará José de Alencar. It was the novelist’s residence during his first nine years of life. Since 1964 it is an extension equipment of the Federal University of Ceará. Eight hectares of green area in which are the remaining house of the time of the Alencar Family (house), the ruins of the sugar mill and brandy owned by the writer’s father and the administration building. Built in the late 1960s, the building is reminiscent of a farmhouse, with a regional food restaurant, classrooms, libraries, art galleries, a museum, a short-term showroom and equipment management. Admission is free, as is parking with disabled and elderly parking spaces. Construction of three floors, the CJA, has adapted bathrooms (two) and ramps to access the restaurant, auditoriums (two), libraries (two) and one of the art galleries, allowing wheelchair access only to the ground floor.