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Pont des Arts bridge in Paris

Posted by Emily on February 15, 2012

We walked across a bridge in Paris called the Pont des Arts that has lots of locks on it that people have put on the bridge to say they want to come back to Paris again. All of the locks were different types, some were heart shaped, there were lots of different sizes and colours. There was even one bicycle lock and near the bicycle lock there was a really big lock. Most of the locks had messages on them like Homer loves Marge and the date.
The panel in the picture below is only one of about 100 that are all covered in locks just like it.

 

2 Responses to “Pont des Arts bridge in Paris”

  1.   Stephanie Hogue Says:

    Hi Emily, I am a student at the University of South Alabama, and I am taking a technology class called EDM310. My class is learning how to blog. I can see that you already have experience blogging. So far, blogging has been so much fun. Your blog post is a great geography lesson for me. I have never seen or heard of Pont Des Arts Bridge before I saw it on your post. This bridge is very interesting. Have you ever been to Paris? I have not, but I would love to go someday. Thanks for the interesting post!

    Stephanie Hogue
    http://hoguestephanieedm310.blogspot.com/
    University of South Alabama EDM310 with Dr. Strange

  2.   Emily Says:

    Hi Stephanie,

    Blogging is fun. Yes, we took the photo of the bridge when we were in Paris. I would like to go back to Paris again.

    Thank you.

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