When visiting the Saturday Bazaar, the Iglesia de San Jacinto, located just next to the bazaar, provides a wonderful place to break from the bustle and crowds. Before the conquest, these lands formed part of the indigenous territory Tenanitla. Later this interesting church was constructed here from 1564 to 1614 by the Dominican friars. It has ample walkways and beautiful gardens to enjoy a moment of peace and tranquility. The exterior and interior are classic examples of the Churriguresco style. Inside, it is worth seeing the altarpiece which houses numerous relics dedicated to the patron saint, magnificent displays of the artistic era, and outside in the garden, one of the first crosses that was carved in Mexico in which Christian and pagan elements were mixed.