In this photo you can see some of the personalised locks which tell their own story, such as one lock which was used for a proposal, now found on the Bridge of Love, otherwise known by the name Pont des Arts.
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Here you can see a variety of locks that are found along the Bridge of Love in Paris, this photo showing just some of the different locks, varying from classic locks to ones such as the fish.
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On the Pont des Arts bridge you can find all kinds of locks and colours which are found along the whole bridge, each lock being unique in their own way with personal messages.
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The Pont des Arts bridge, otherwise known as the Bridge of Love, or a Love lock bridge leads directly to the Institut de France, which can be seen here with its great architecture and large building to make a great place to visit.
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In this photo you can see the start of the Pont de l’Archeveche bridge, with part of the Notre Dame cathedral to be seen in the background, as the lock-covered railing along the bridge.
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Here on the Pont de l’Archeveche bridge in Paris you can see some of the numerous love locks which crowd the bridge,
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Here you can see the bridge known as Pont de l’Archeveche which is a narrow bridge across the River seine, but is also a popular place to attach love locks to the railings.
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Here you can see some of the numerous locks which cover the sides of the Bridge of Love, formally known as the Pont des Arts where you can see many names as well as dates of people declaring their love for each other.
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Here you can see the Pont des Arts, otherwise known as the Bridge of Love, leading to the Louvre Museum, formally known as the Louvre Palace in Paris.
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In this photo you can see some of the many different types of shapes colours and styles of locks which are placed on the Pont des Arts, from new to old, hand painted and engraved locks to show their love.
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