The Templo de San Cayetano and its adjoining convent were born with the rise of the mine called La Valenciana, a main silver vein requiring large amounts of manpower to form a village.
It was commissioned to be built by Antonio de Obregon y Alcocer, the owner of the mine and the Viconde of Valencia, thanks to the boom generated in the second third of the 18th century.
Thanks to the contributions made by the owner of the mine and parishioners, this work of art came to be completed, a worthy Mexican example of Churrigueresque.
Inside is found exquisite pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries. Once the main body was finished, the work of a background was made that would serve as a monastery for the Teatino priests. However, it never was occupied by them.
Nowadays it is a forum for different cultural events focused on music.