The Puente de la Mujer has become a real icon of Buenos Aires. It's in Puerto Madero, the trendiest district of the city, and was designed by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. It's a pedestrian bridge, and it opens gracefully to allow ships to pass through. Puerto Madero is a very interesting neighbourhood, and I like to stand on the centre of the Puente de la Mujer to appreciate the view. You can see twenty restaurants on one of the docks, and the buildings surrounding the bridge are truly stunning.
There are colouful cranes, not here for work, but rather just to enhance the appearance of the modern port.