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Love tree

The first “Tree of Love” on the Luzhkov Pedestrian Bridge appeared in 2008, at the same time when the [Reconciliation Bench] was installed on Kadashevskaya Embankment (http://kudago.com/msk/p/monuments/skamya-primireniya/).

[Luzhkov Bridge] (http://kudago.com/msk/p/informal/luzhkov-most/) has long been considered a dating place. And since 2006, it has been occupied by newlyweds. On the railing of the bridge, they began to hang locks of eternal love and loyalty.

It is believed that this tradition came to us from Rome. There, since 1992, lovers began to hang locks on the Milviysky Bridge. In Moscow, it is customary to hang locks on the Luzhkov Bridge, and throw keys into the Moscow River. Soon, such a large number of locks accumulated that they began to interfere with the monitoring of the bridge and the operation of the railing — they became a real security threat.

The authors of the idea of the “Tree of Love” were officials of the Moscow Hormost. It was they who decided to “plant” the first metal tree for love castles. The idea took root. The first one was followed by a second tree, then a third. And they are decorated not only with locks, but also with various ribbons, flaunt on the bridge like Christmas trees.

The newlyweds have a new tradition — to come to the Luzhkov Bridge on their wedding day and close their castle as a symbol of unbreakable marriage and eternal love. However, this ritual can be followed and not necessarily on the wedding day - so that happiness does not end.

The first “Tree of Love” on the Luzhkov Pedestrian Bridge appeared in 2008, at the same time when the [Reconciliation Bench] was installed on Kadashevskaya Embankment (http://kudago.com/msk/p/monuments/skamya-primireniya/).

[Luzhkov Bridge] (http://kudago.com/msk/p/informal/luzhkov-most/) has long been considered a dating place. And since 2006, it has been occupied by newlyweds. On the railing of the bridge, they began to hang locks of eternal love and loyalty.

It is believed that this tradition came to us from Rome. There, since 1992, lovers began to hang locks on the Milviysky Bridge. In Moscow, it is customary to hang locks on the Luzhkov Bridge, and throw keys into the Moscow River. Soon, such a large number of locks accumulated that they began to interfere with the monitoring of the bridge and the operation of the railing — they became a real security threat.

The authors of the idea of the “Tree of Love” were officials of the Moscow Hormost. It was they who decided to “plant” the first metal tree for love castles. The idea took root. The first one was followed by a second tree, then a third. And they are decorated not only with locks, but also with various ribbons, flaunt on the bridge like Christmas trees.

The newlyweds have a new tradition — to come to the Luzhkov Bridge on their wedding day and close their castle as a symbol of unbreakable marriage and eternal love. However, this ritual can be followed and not necessarily on the wedding day - so that happiness does not end.

The first “Tree of Love” on the Luzhkov Pedestrian Bridge appeared in 2008, at the same time when the [Reconciliation Bench] was installed on Kadashevskaya Embankment (http://kudago.com/msk/p/monuments/skamya-primireniya/).

[Luzhkov Bridge] (http://kudago.com/msk/p/informal/luzhkov-most/) has long been considered a dating place. And since 2006, it has been occupied by newlyweds. On the railing of the bridge, they began to hang locks of eternal love and loyalty.

It is believed that this tradition came to us from Rome. There, since 1992, lovers began to hang locks on the Milviysky Bridge. In Moscow, it is customary to hang locks on the Luzhkov Bridge, and throw keys into the Moscow River. Soon, such a large number of locks accumulated that they began to interfere with the monitoring of the bridge and the operation of the railing — they became a real security threat.

The authors of the idea of the “Tree of Love” were officials of the Moscow Hormost. It was they who decided to “plant” the first metal tree for love castles. The idea took root. The first one was followed by a second tree, then a third. And they are decorated not only with locks, but also with various ribbons, flaunt on the bridge like Christmas trees.

The newlyweds have a new tradition — to come to the Luzhkov Bridge on their wedding day and close their castle as a symbol of unbreakable marriage and eternal love. However, this ritual can be followed and not necessarily on the wedding day - so that happiness does not end.

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Luzhkov bridge

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