Edgar Cevallos Rosales.
It was built in 1873 and tells the history of aviation through a fragment of the poem by Edgar Cevallos that says: "The curious people filled San Francisco, the squares, the streets, all the places. Guayaquil looked how an air balloon from a circus inflamed and ascended to the sky”.
The poem describes a universe packed with many colorful birds, the Square of San Francisco, the old Jockey Club racetrack (hippodrome), a floating circus with trapeze artists and the monoplane that belonged to Cosme Renella. Another poem also talks about the beginnings of aviation, from June 8, 1903.