The Pirámide de Mayo (Spanish pronunciation: [piˈɾamiðe ðe ˈmaʝo]; English: May Pyramid), located at the hub of the Plaza de Mayo, is the oldest national monument in the City of Buenos Aires. Its construction was ordered in 1811 by the Primera Junta to celebrate the first anniversary of the May Revolution. It was renovated in 1856, under the direction of Prilidiano Pueyrredón. In 1912, after having undergone many modifications, it was moved 63 metres (68.9 yards) to the east, with the idea that a much larger monument would eventually be constructed around it.
The pyramid was inaugurated in 1811, one year after May Revolution, which installed a patriotic government.
Seemed to be an interesting monument but was under going renovation when I visited the place
A monument with a big history behind...
I like it!
Obelisk in the center of Plaza de Mayo erected to honor the 1st anniversary of the May Revolution.