The Bicentennial Lighthouse or Faro del Bicentenario is a beacon like landmark situated in Sarmiento Park, Cordoba, Argentina. It stands 335 feet 102 m. The opening was gone to by Cordoba Governor Juan Schiaretti who said that it was expected to fill in as a city symbol. Planned by Alejandro Cohen and implicit the style of basic expressionism, this landmark was made as a tribute to the Argentina Bicentennial. The structure is a 80-meter-tall fractional helix with a ninety degree curve. On this fortified solid pinnacle is a reception apparatus that brings the aggregate tallness of this landmark to 102 meters.
During the evening, the pinnacle is lit up utilizing light-emanating diodes. There are interior stairs to empower access to the best, be that as it may, they are not open to people in general. At the foot of the structure is a zone of 1,500 square meters utilized for display rooms and a theater. Following eight months of development and a cost of nine million pesos, it opened on June 2, 2011 while as yet deficient with regards to the glass board required to make it finish.