After much searching on line I finally found a website with information about the Observatorio. This is a quote from their web page to visit their page click on the link. Look at the Galley page amazing pictures on it.
The lower building is now beautiful. Work continues on it. It will be part of the museum. You can see the observatory in the upper right.
A plaque on the museum.
In this photo you can see the museum, the observatory and a tram track between the two. That was a real surprise.
A closer look at the tramway - the car is at the very top.
On the lower building. Our first clue about what was going on. Notice the image of the building,
That is it!
Bill getting a little information. The worker said it was supposed to open in January sometime. In the mean time - tonight 12/19/20 there is a musical concert taking place up there.
Here is the tram car it was at the top of the tracks.
Still trying to get information about it. The arch insert on the left is almost finished being tiled.
This is a place to know the past and enjoy the present. That is what it says on the building
We returned a couple of days later. Coming up on the building.
The tram car is now near the bottom and the front plate has been removed. A lot of landscaping work has also been done.
The tile work is almost finished.
The tracks and the car. Two or three men are working on it. Putting side plates on it.
Just another angle. Lots of men working on moving plants around.
According to the web site the area on the far right is an outside bar.
The four men in this picture are landscapers.
All of the plants to the left of the woman in the white shirt are in pots waiting to be placed where they go.
Still working on and under the tram car.
Just before they quit for the day they moved the tram car down behind the building. But you have to look quick.
We will continue to monitor this work. Can't wait until it is open to the public. Wish we were going to the concert tonight. All though it is pretty cool and a heavy cloud cover. Hope they get a nice sunset.