Location: 800, Paseo Colón – San Telmo
Made by Argentinian Roberto Yrurtia (1879-1950) one of the most excelling bronzes in Argentine art. It was unveiled in 1907 at Plazoleta “Coronel Manuel de Olazábal” upon a low rectangular base. Fourteen bronze figures, together appear to be dragging a gigantic rock.
The allegory is that of the liberating significance and effort involved in work and, also the dignifying role of women in the life of men as support energy and hope in the struggle of life.