El Puente de la Mujer, by architect Antonio Calatrava. With its usual white concrete that architect Calatrava uses for most of his works and has become a signature of his works, this pedestrian bridge is a piece of art that fits Buenos Aires and Puerto Madero wonderfully. 

It symbolizes a man and a woman dancing Tango (with the man holding the woman on her back) and if you are walking on it you feel like you are on a boat. 

Picture by gaborbasch 

A photo of the bridge, better view:Puente de la Mujer

Photo – Rildo Moura

And even more pictures of this bridge We just Love:

Puente de la mujer

Photo – Gustavo Minas 

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