It took seven years, after 2006 when the cemetery of Christ the King was finished, to start with plans regarding the central cross positioned at the end of an axis that starts at the entrance and runs in parallel with the main building. The cross is made out of gilded stainless steel and is almost ten meters high. The base of the cross is comprised of two organic forms. The one which holds the cross is coated in granite, while the other one that serves as an access point and it also carries three benches was made out of carefully poured concrete, which was sandblasted afterwards. On this base the first oak from the spiral line of oak trees is planted; the line was constructed to form a background the to cross one day - cross being the final point of the axis of the cemetery.