Paris Art Bridge is located on the Seine River in the centre of Paris. It was built in 1804. In order to connect the French Academy and the Art Exhibition Hall, Napoleon I ordered the construction of art bridges for pedestrians. The Art Bridge was destroyed by German bombing during the two World Wars and was eventually rebuilt in the 1980s. The tradition of Europeans chained to bridges began in the early 20th century in memory of their lover who died in battle. Tourists who come here will throw keys into the river to show their loyalty after fixing the lock on the bridge. So the bridge is also called Love Lock Bridge.