Ponte Milvio Bridge, Rome, Italy – Love locks are gaining more and more momentum in Italy, and it all started in the Ponte Milvio bridge in Rome. The ritual in Italy is inspired greatly by a fictional event in the popular book “I Want You” by the Italian author Federico Moccia.
A look at 16 love lock bridges from all around the world this Valentine's Day, from Paris and Rome to Amsterdam, NYC and Newcastle!
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Padlocks in Paris (also known as Love Locks) are affixed to a fence, gate, bridge or similar public fixture by sweethearts to symbolize their everlasting love. The idea of Love Locks is spreading around the world, (In Rome, the ritual of affixing love padlocks to the bridge Ponte Milvio can be attributed to the book "I Want You" by Italian author Federico Moccia)
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Isola Tiberina, Rome It's easy to miss but Rome has an island right in the middle of the city. Isola Tiberina is the world's smallest inhabited island, about three football fields long. To get there, you cross Rome's oldest original bridge, not far from Capitoline Hill. Tiberina, while cute to stroll around, is home to a 10th-century basilica, fully operational hospital and annual film festival. (adisa via Getty Images)