Created in 1999 by Daniel Dezeuz this is known by two names – Confidence and Love Seat, based on the idea that two lovers could sit apart, yet still close and enclosed by the higher surrounding walls.
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With recent news of the “bridge of love” having its locks removed, the Pont de l’Archeveche – well known as a secondary love lock bridge – has had a similar discussion surrounding it recently. Will this bridge have the same fate?
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After hearing news the EUtouring Team took another look at Pont des Arts and it’s new “love locks”, pictured here with a painted panel where padlocks used to be, which were removed for the integrity and safety of the bridge.
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Taken of the love locks on the Pont de l’Archeveche you can find many different and unique ones, with this large heart shaped one catching our eyes with initials inscribed on.
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This photo shows just some of the many locks which are attached to the Pont des Arts – sometimes also known as the Bridge of Love.
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Here you can see some of the locks on the Pont des Arts bridge – which is now the centre of discussion and some parts along the bridge are now replaced with transparent panels to restrict the amount of locks and prevent damage to the bridge.
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In this photo you can see just some of the many locks on the Pont des Arts, each with their own story to tell ranging from golds to pinks and even some which sadly had graffiti over.
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Taken within the Jardin Tino Rossi you can see one of the amphitheatres which have been utilised by a group of locals, playing music for couples of all ages to dance to beside the River Seine on a lovely day.
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In this photo you can see some of the many love locks which have been attached to the Pont de l’Archeveche, which is also known as the Lovers Bridge, where many couples have gone there to place their own.
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In this photo you can see some of the many padlocks which can be found on the Pont des Arts, some being engraved, shaped into large hearts as well as others with various colours, all with their own unique messages.
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