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  • Jenn Jenn Yams

    Love this Bridge! - Lock bridge - Paris

  • Rachel Howard

    A bridge in Paris where you write the names of you and your sweetheart on the lock and throw the key in the river. Though the relationship may end, the lock stays there forever! Definitely on my bucket list :)

  • Kayla White

    put a lock on the bridge(:

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Lock Bridge in Paris! This is a bridge in Paris. You hang a lock with the name of you and your boyfriend/ girlfriend/ best-friend then you throw the key in the river. So even though the relationship may end you can't remove the lock. It stays there forever as relevance to someone once a part of your life. Definitely on my bucket list!!

This is a bridge in Paris. You hang locks on it with the name of you your boyfriend/girlfriend/best-friend then throw the key into the river. So even though the friend/relationship may end, you cant remove the lock. It stays there forever, as relevance to someone once a part of your life. -- Totally just added this to my bucket list! They do this in Florence too!

I'm not actually pinning this because I wanna do this. I'm pinning this because the stupidity of this idea. Like why would you jump off a bridge?!!? Seriously? You make a bucket list of things you wanna do before you die but end up dying by trying to beat death and live??

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My bucket list…..The Pont Des Arts Lovers Bridge in Paris. You take a lock and write you and your lovers name on it then throw the key into the river. No matter how long or short the relationship last, the lock stays forever as a reminder of the significance they had in your life.

Lover's Bridge in Paris. This is on my bucket list

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The George Washington Bridge is a 4,760-foot bridge connecting upper Manhattan’s Washington Heights to New Jersey. Completed and opened to traffic in October 1931, the suspension bridge towers 604 feet over the surface of the Hudson River below. It carries more than 106 million vehicles each year, making it the world's busiest motor vehicle bridge. In 1981, the bridge was designated as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.