The Wall of Love (Le Mur de je t'aime)

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The Wall of Love (Mur des Je t'aime) is a popular tourist attraction located in the Montmartre neighborhood of Paris, France. It is a wall made of small, shiny tiles, each one bearing a single word: "I love you" written in a different language. The wall was created in 2000 by artists Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito and has become a symbol of love and international unity. Visitors to the wall often leave messages or tokens of love, and it has become a popular spot for couples to take wedding and engagement photos.

Interesting things to know about the Wall of Love

  1. The Wall of Love was inspired by a similar project in Barcelona, Spain, called the "Wall of Friendship," which was created by artist Josep Bartolí in 1987. The Wall of Love in Paris was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  2. The Wall of Love features the words "I love you" written in over 300 different languages, including rare and endangered ones such as ancient Sumerian and Old Norse.
  3. The Wall of Love has become a popular spot for proposals and wedding vows. In fact, it has become such a popular location for couples to exchange vows that the local authorities have had to impose limits on the number of ceremonies that can take place there each day in order to prevent overcrowding.

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