The Third Millennium Cross is a 40-meter wide, 80-meter tall concrete cross erected in Coquimbo. The structure stands as the true icon of Chile's Christian faith.
The cross is so big that it is visible from the port city's coasts. The cross is well built and is one of its kind in the whole of South America that honors Lord Jesus' birth. The structure houses a worship area, which comprises a museum, chapel, and an exhibition of photos that depict the various stages of the Cross' construction.
The building's initial vantage point is located at a height of 20 meters and can be accessed by stairs or an elevator.