- Puente de la Mujer. Dock 3
It is a piece of work by the Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The construction lasted 12 months and was completed in 2001.
- Edificio Molinos Río de la Plata.
Completed in 1902, it walked hand in hand with the most prosperous era of the port of Buenos Aires. The silos with telescopic pipes allowed for the orderly organizing of the loading and unloading of goods according to the time of storage.
- Monumento a Cristóbal Colón y Parque Colón. Avenida de la Rábida.
It was built to celebrate the centennial of Argentine Independence, through the impetus of an Italian immigrant, Antonio Devoto. It was the work of Arnaldo Zocchi and was inaugurated in 1921. The bust of Colon, made in Carrara marble, weighs 38 tons and measures 6.25 meters in height. The monument preserves traces of projectiles fired during the bombing of the Plaza de Mayo in 1955, when Navy planes tried to evict President Peron.
- Fuente de las Nereidas.
Tristán Achával Rodríguez 1600.
It is located opposite to the City’s Museum Centre; it was the creation of the sculptress Lola Mora from Tucuman. The piece of work, which was unveiled in 1903, carved in Carrara marble and represents the mythical birth of Venus escorted by an entourage of nymphs. The real meaning of this sculpture is related to the creation of the ideal of feminine beauty. Nowadays, the sculpture is considered as one of the most important art pieces of the city, which has been declared a National Historical Monument.
- Antena Monumental o
Mastil de los Italianos. Av. De los Italianos and Güemes.
At the center of the square, there is a column topped by a replica of the winged lion of St. Mark's in Venice. It was a donation from the Italian government and is also a meeting point for the Italian celebrations in the city.