SAN DIEGO VECEREGAL ART GALLERY.
This building houses the viceroyal art gallery, and part of the San Diego convent. The church was open for mass until 1934, when it was expropriated to other uses, such as the printing house, store, an auditorium for dance and dramatic art classes. Its exhibition rooms feature the paintings of viceroyal Mexico. The collection has 350 paintings, made in Mexico during XVI, XVII, XVIII centuries.