Women’s Bridge is a 170-metre pedestrian swing bridge designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is the only one of his works in Latin America and is located in the Dock 3 in Puerto Madero, Pierina and Manuela Gorriti Dealessi.
The architect has described the design as a synthesis of the image of a couple dancing the tango.
A number of streets in the Puerto Madero district have women’s names, for this reason the bridge got its name.
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