96 thoughts on “Paris – Pont des Arts

    1. Yes! And it gets very festive at night with impromptu concerts and dancing! Appreciate your visit and comment Frances.

  1. Madhu, I absolutely love your Locks of Love – stunning! I’ve been photographing them around the world too – two of my faves are in Riga and Helsinki! Hope you have a great weekend! All the best, Terri

        1. You are welcome. I had heard of Chinese origins prior to Riga. But Popof in his comment below says it was inspired by a novel by an Italian named Maccio! news to me too!

    1. Thanks Lisa.
      Haven’t had time to check on what you have been up to. Shall hop right over and remedy that ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thanks Jo. You are right, this is the only one I link to on a regular basis. I only take part in the other challenges if I have a post that is suitable ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Those locks cost councils a fortune to remove. They are destroying property wherever they are. They are now banned on the Ponte Vecchio with fines being handed out to anyone caught putting them there.

    1. I heard the Paris Mairie removes them periodically too Debra, for fear of the weight of the locks damaging the bridge. And thieves apparently complete the job and sell it back to the lovers! So not so everlasting after all ๐Ÿ˜€

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