art, culture, landscape, photography, travel

Lock up the love?

In Paris, on a bridge at Notre Dame (see my previous Post) I found hundreds of locks. Even it seems they wouldn’t have any purpose there, they have a purpose.

When I was younger couples cut hearts in trees or in rocks. But over the time,

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art, culture, history, landscape, photography, travel

Notre Dame de Paris

According to wikipedia it’s build from 1163 to 1345 and thus one of the oldest french gothic churches.

It’s built on a small island in the river Seine, located in the center of  Paris. The traffic flows over the bridges and in the streets along the river is giving the air a strong small of pollution.  But in the early morning hours it was quite nice to be there.

During the evening big boats with glass ceilings sailed along the river with tables inside: swiming restaurants. We tried to find  Continue reading “Notre Dame de Paris”