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Walls are built to separate and protect people from each other. This wall is designed to unite and bring peace and love into people's hearts.
The Wall of Love is a 40 m² wall in Montmartre in the square of Jean Rictus. It was created in 2000 by the famous calligrapher Frederick Barom and artist Claire Quito. The idea of the creators of the street masterpiece is to help overcome the language barrier that prevents people of different nationalities from finding a common language.
Photo: The Wall of Love, © Peter Caine
On the wall, the phrase «I love you» is written 311 times in 250 languages. Red flashes symbolize broken hearts. The wall has become a favorite place for couples and wedding photo sessions.
The Wall of Love is free for visits, and if you want to buy a memory gift, then you can visit the souvenir shop that works nearby.
Wall of Love on the mapLocation: Square Jehan Rictus
More places to visit in Paris
Cafe des Deux Moulins
After the release of the movie "Amélie" this cafe, where the main character was a waitress, instantly became a landmark of Paris.26
Parisians and travelers always come to rest on the banks of the river Seine. After all, you can always find here any entertainment you want.20
The little park is decorated with more than fifty sculptures, placed in the middle of the picturesque garden in a creative mess.12
It deserves special attention due to its splendor, chic, glorious and rich history, inspiring performances and unforgettable decorations.9
Harry's New York Bar
In this small homelike themed bar a classic recipe of the world wide known alcoholic beverage called Bloody Mary was invented.15
The tomb of Napoleon, the Museum of the History of War, Les Invalides Church and many other sights you can see at the Les Invalides.1
Jules Verne restaurant
Romantic candlelight dinner, gourmet cuisine, an exquisite wine list, and of course an excellent view of the City of Lights.5
One of the most beautiful and famous areas of Paris, imprinted on hundreds of paintings by great artists and is considered the symbol of the city of lights.47
Place de la Concorde
The eight-cornered central square of Paris - Place de la Concorde - is located between the Champs Elysées and the gardens of the Tuileries Palace.5
This place gathers men and women from all over the world for shopping. Visit the gallery and plunge into the world of fashion industry.6
The legendary Moulin Rouge cabaret has been one of the most important symbols of the city for more than a century. The place is necessarily to visit.28
This exquisite confectionery will perfectly mach if you want to taste the most delicious macarons in Paris, because they were invented here.13