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Pont de l'Archeveche, Paris
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The Pont de l'Archevêché is a bridge crossing the Seine river in Paris, France.LocationThe bridge links the 4th Arrondissement, at the Île de la Cité, to the 5th Arrondissement, between the quai de Montebello and the quai de la Tournelle.HistoryThe Pont de l'Archevêché is the narrowest road bridge in Paris. It was built in 1828, by the engineer Plouard, for the society Pont des Invalides after the demolition of the suspension bridge at Les Invalides.The bridge is 68m long. It is composed of three arches of stone measuring heights of 15m, 17m, and 15m. The bridge commonly seen in the background of the set on Highlander when the show was set in Paris. After the Pont des Arts was cleared of its display of padlocks in 2010, and similarly the Passerelle Léopold-Sédar-Senghor, lovers started to place their 'love padlocks' on this bridge. The original two bridges for this were footbridges, but this one, a bit narrower, is a road bridge.Characteristics Type of construction : Arch bridge Construction : 1828 Architect : Plouard Material : stone Total Length : 68m Width : 17m Usable width : 11m
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  • The bridge to the Archbishopric was his metier there by early 19th century, shortly after the building of the Archbishopric was destroyed in a revolt, but left him the name to this small bridge which connects the île de la Cité with the southern part of Paris, is of the more small it less beautiful with 3 arches of stone and above all the stunning views of the Cathedral of Notre Dame...
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  • Went on a boat around paris and saw all the bridges, lovely view of the eiffel tower from afar. Good for people who like architecture. 
  • Padlocks on the Ponts Des Arts have now been removed from the bridge however you do see a few on the lamp posts but there is a nearby place that has now got all the locks there! Perfect for couples an...  more »
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  • No longer allowing locks. Still a good view of the Notre Dame.
  • Put a lock on and throw your key in the water. Worth the stop for love birds.
  • This is one of the bridges you'll find around Paris which are absolutely full of locks. It's conveniently located near Notre Dame, so if you're planning to profess your love, buy yourself a lock, get it engraved and bring it along to the bridge. I've noticed that the close-by street vendors have locks for sale if you didn't plan ahead or just feeling spontaneous.
  • Great views of the Norte Dame cathedral and the Seine especially in the evening light
  • They are busy rebuilding the bridge, after they removed the love lockets with the bridge.