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  • Mikie

    Lovers bridge Pont des Arts, Paris France. Couples put a lock on the bridge and toss the key into the river to symbolize their eternal love

  • Tori Buchanan

    Pont des Arts aka Lovers Bridge Paris, France. lovers attach locks to the railings of bridge & then toss the keys into the Seine river below, symbolizing their eternal love. Bucket List.

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I put a lock on this fence with my husband and threw the key in the Seine River to celebrate 47 years of marriage.

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Must do this. Lovers fasten their lock and toss the key into the Seine river in Paris. Eternal love.

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