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Puente de la Mujer

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Santiago Calatrava
location Buenos Aires
function bridge
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The Puente de la Mujer is a pedestrian bridge that spans the Puerto Madero in Buenos Aires. Once the home of the cities ports, the Puerto Madero undertook a massive revitalization in the 1990's after years of neglect. It is now lined with some of the cities best restaurants and nightclubs. The Puente de la Mujer serves as a walkway between the two sides, as well as a termination point for the main city axis which runs through the Palacio del Congreso and the Casa Rosada (President's house). Although this bridge appears to be similar to a few other Calatrave bridges, it is unique in that has a forward cantilever. It also pivots on its base 90 degrees allowing boats to pass through the port.

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Puente de la Mujer
Juana Manuela Gorriti 1
Project is public!
Opening hours Open 24 hours
How to get there? from Avenida de Mayo, head east, passing the Casa Rosada, and down the hill towards Puerto Madero.
Completion 12- 2001
ArchitectSantiago Calatrava
Project ID 2268
Latitude/Longitude 34°36'29S 58°21'55W
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