Sobre el antiguo Camino Real que comunicaba a Coyoacán con San Ángel se levanta esta pequeña capilla del siglo XVIII. Cuenta la leyenda que fue construida por la madre de unos contrabandistas, en agradecimiento a un favor que San Antonio había concedido a sus hijos, aunque, curiosamente, el santo que se conserva en la fachada es San Sebastián.

Al lado hay un antiguo puente que cruza el río de la Magdalena, ahora entubado casi totalmente, con la sola excepción de este tramo. Este rincón fue el predilecto de los paisajistas del siglo XIX, como Eugenio Landesio y Casimiro Castro.
On the former Royal Way that he was communicating to Coyoacán with San Ángel this small chapel of the 18th century gets up. It counts the legend that was constructed by the mother of a few smugglers, in gratefulness to a favor that San Antonio had granted to his children, though, curiously, the saint who remains in the front is San Sebastian.

To the side there is a former bridge that crosses the river of the Sponge-cake, now entubado almost totally, with the alone exception of this section. This corner was the favorite one of the landscape painters of the 19th century, as Eugenio Landesio and Casimiro Castro.