It's part of "San Francisco religious complex." It's a neoclasic buiding built in 1700's. Its wooden and marble altar was elaborated in Spain. Right by it you can also appreciate the beautiful múdejar tower, San joaquin's convent, the Inmaculada Chapel and a reliegious art museum. I loved the tower, I thought it was amazingly beautiful.
The decoration of the interior of the church, in my opinion, is not what you expect once you see the front and outside design, but it is really worth going.