Currently, it is the headquarter of the continued education course of the Autonomous University of Mexico, and it has a section dedicated to UNAM’s Coordination of Cultural dissemination plus a University book store. During the XVIII century, the mining had become so important that it became the main source of wealth, and the most productive areas lived of the agriculture. Its Neoclassic shapes combine with its Baroque style. Even though it was rejected by the Academy of Noble Arts from San Carlos of the New Spain, that style mix was still valid, not only with formal elements, but also with composition principles. The presence of Baroque style for almost two centuries was not in vain.