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The Pont de l'Archevêché in Paris, France aka The Archbishop's Bridge. Couples write their names on padlocks, lock them to a bridge over the river, and throw the key in the river, signifying that their love will last forever.

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  • Terri Olson

    View of the building where the apartment is that we stayed in during our visit in 2006 with our 4 children. Awesome experience