|Location||Parque de la Ciudad
Villa Soldati, Buenos Aires
|Construction started||September 1979|
|Inaugurated||July 9, 1985|
|Height||200 metres (660 ft) (not including antenna)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Peter Totter, Wilhelm Dietrich, Peter Wader|
The tower was designed and manufactured in Austria by Waagner-Biro, and built between 1980 and May 1981 for the Parque de la Ciudad amusement park. The bankruptcy of the amusement park's developer, Interama S.A., delayed delivery of the observation tower components; the tower was ultimately opened to the public on July 9, 1985. It features observation decks at 120, 124, and 176 meters; from the highest deck it is possible to see the Uruguayan coast.
- "Buenos Aires, vista desde su mirador más elevado". Clarín. May 17, 2011.
- "Declaran Bien Cultural la Torre Espacial del Parque de la Ciudad". Nova Argentina. November 23, 2010.
- "Fotos Reapertura Torre Espacial". Asociación Argentina Amigos de los Parques de Diversiones. November 27, 2011.
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