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This Is Now Illegal On The Brooklyn Bridge

The first time I ever saw those Love Locks on a bridge was somewhere in the Baltics around 10 years back. (I’m pretty sure that it was in Latvia.) It’s definitely common to see them on bridges all around the world but one city now has a warning for tourists. If you’re visiting NYC you … Continue reading This Is Now Illegal On The Brooklyn Bridge ? The post This Is Now Illegal On The Brooklyn Bridge appeared first on Michael W Travels.
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