The Obelisco of Buenos Aires.
If the National Team or some Argentinean Team champion leaves of something, every fan knows where to go to celebrate; around the Obelisco.
Located in the middle of the widest Avenue in the world, 9 de Julio, is the symbol of the Buenos Aires city. This structure, built in 1936 to commemorate the fourth centenary of the first foundation of the city, owns 67.5 meters high.
Of Egyptian origin, retains the classic form of this type of construction. In its four faces can be seen phrases on the foundations of the city, the designation of Buenos Aires as the Federal Capital, the first lifting of the national flag.
Within this structure there is a stair that leads to the top, where it says that there is a saved coffer containing a letter from one of the builders, if someday someone has intended to destroy this symbol of Buenos Aires.