Although this strangley cosmic glowing blue building was designed while today’s mirador (lookout tower), its 30m height unfortunately will not rise high plenty of above the town for audiences to glimpse the rivers. The view continues to be wonderful: a distant glimmer of jungle and a lot of corrugated metallic roofs could be admired! Pictures displayed along the way up record such historic times as once the first mototaxi found its way town. This work was performed by the Provincial Council of Tambopata and inaugurated on 26 September 2002. This viewpoint is a monument to Amazonian biodiversity, has a height of 47m (15 floors) and represents a chestnut tree, considered a species native to the region the Mother of God. From the top of the Mirador you can observe the confluence of the Tambopata river with the Madre de Dios River, the green horizon of the Amazon forest and the entire city of Puerto Maldonado. Here are guided tours and is used for taking photos and filming. In its exterior has sculptural works with representations of the four main economic activities of the Mother of God, as are the mining, removal of rubber, chestnut and the wood.