Paris is often called the city of love - over the centuries it has absorbed love stories, and its stone walls still keep someone's heart secrets and love dramas entangled in intrigues. In honor of the celebration of the beginning of the 21st century, the so-called Wall of Love appeared here, on the famous Montmartre, on October 15, 2000. It is easy to find it - Le mur des je t'aime is located on the wall of a house opposite the Saint-Jean-l'Evangelist church (Place Abbesses, Anvers metro station).
On this building with an area of 40 square meters, declarations of love are written in white letters against a blue background in 311 languages, that is, in almost all official languages of the world. There is even a Braille for the blind as well as a sign language. Everyone here can read “I love you” in their own language.
Why did the Parisians create this wall? So that everyone who comes here can read the words of love in their own language. After all, love knows no boundaries, nationalities and races ... it just is.