The Cerro del Obispo (or Pilgrim's Column) is a tall concrete column designed by Basel-based practice Christ & Gantenbein. It's located on an ancient pilgrimage trail in Mexico and acts as one of 9 landmarks along a 117-kilometer journey from Ameca to the shrine of the Holy Virgin of Talpa. It's 26.55 meters tall on top of a 2,000 meter high peak, making it visible from great distances.

Visitors can enter through a single entrance at the bottom where natural daylight pours down through the open roof. It seems like a magical experience. Who's booking a trip to Mexico with us?

[via HUH]