Paris Lock Bridge – No more

Most of you have probably heard they took down the Love Locks at the Lock Bridge in Paris (across from the Lourve Museum). Typically the lovers initials, are inscribed on the padlock, and its key is thrown away to symbolize unbreakable love. I was there in 2008, but did not put one on the bridge at the time – I had a troubled marriage back then and my husband did not even go with us, but I found it enduring. I wanted to return to the bridge to check it out – and see what they have changed the bridge to, or if the locks came back.

Garion at the Lock Bridge – but with No Locks. Notice the clear plastic and now signatures all over the plastic.

6 responses to “Paris Lock Bridge – No more”

  1. So pretty! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks Nicci, I hope your summer is going awesome, I love the pictures you post online. Hug your kids for me!

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  2. so is this the original lock bridge?
    I would be interested to know where it started; I first say it in Riga, Latvia in about 2008 and I’d been to Paris a few times before then but didn’t go round inspecting bridges…

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    1. LOL, well I will have to look into this more. I was there in 2008 and definitely saw it with lock back then, but how far back did it start…. Hmmmmm. Ok, weekend project for me

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  3. It looks like you had a lovely day to tour around. Some day I would like to get to France.

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    1. It was wonderful and so much to see, taking a tour bus will be help6when you go to hit the main spots

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