Buenos Aires
An ultramodern bridge above Puerto Madero.

Built in 1998 by the Spanish architect Santiago de Calatrava, the puente de la Mujer (bridge of the woman) spans the Buenos Aires port, Puerto Madero.

It's definitely worth making your way up to this pedestrian bridge suspended by ropes, 160 metres long by 6 metres wide. The bridge can rotate on its axis around a pillar in a matter of minutes to make way for the passing boats.

This being Buenos Aires, this great architectural feat represents a couple dancing the tango!

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Dique 3, Puerto Madero
C1001 Buenos Aires

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