Cerro Del Obispo is a lookout point monolith built by Christ & Gantenbein. They have created a concrete column, which serves as one of 9 landmarks (the other 8 of which were designed by other architects) found along a 177 km pilgrimage trail through Jalisco, Mexico. The tourism office of Mexico comisioned these designers to build structures to mark each spot’s religious significance. Nearly two million people take part in this pilgrimage annually. The Cerro Del Obispo Column, the last of the nine landmarks, is a shrine to the holy virgin of Talpa, where the pilgrimage ends.