Bridge of the woman the bridge has a length of 160 metres, a length of 6 meters wide, with a mast that rises 39 meters and a weight of 800 tons. The bridge is ready to turn on one of its edges every time that a boat must pass. The turning mechanism It is one of the largest in the world, equipped with 20 electric motors in the main shaft, which are controlled by a central computer. The artistic profile of the work seeks to represent the figures of a couple dancing tango, where the white mast represents the man and the curved silhouette of the bridge represents the woman. The most extensive green area of Buenos Aires, about 350 hectares reserve is ecological. The reservation hosts hundreds of species of flora and fauna of the chaco-pampean plain and the shores of the Rio de la Plata. Padding on the costanera sur was used during the decades of 1970s and 1980s. The land reclaimed from the River were colonised by flora and local fauna to be declared a nature reserve in 1986. There are pampean grasslands as well as also forests of Alders typical of the region, various species of birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles. The reserve roads, coming up the River, can travel on foot or bicycle, or in a guided tour. Costanera Sur is one of the most popular of Buenos Aires from a century ago. The people go to the waterfront to bicycling, running or spending the day with the family. In 1918, opened the municipal spa on the waterfront and beaches became the most popular of the Rio de la Plata. During the decades of 1940 and 1950 opened many restaurants and theatres in which the tango dancers and comedians as Anibal Troilo and Jose Pepitito Marrone acted at night. During the 1960s the ride lost importance, mostly by the pollution of the River, to bathe in its waters was banned. During the decades of 1990 and 2000, the waterfront and the boulevards were remodeled. Large numbers of people visit the waterfront both during the day as night, especially during the weekends. Many carts that specialize in bondiola sandwiches can be found on sidewalks. Original author and source of the article.