Wall of Love

Wall of Love

Wall of Love

Located in Jehan Rictus Square in the Montmartre district of Paris, the Wall of Love (Le Mur des Je t'aime) is a unique work of art celebrating the universality of love worldwide. Created in 2000 by artists Frédéric Baron and Claire Kito, this wall displays the phrase 'I Love You' in over 250 languages of the world. Spreading over an area of 40 square meters, the wall symbolizes the unifying power of love.


Wall of Love is decorated with "I Love You" expressions from 311 different languages and dialects. These phrases are arranged in the shape of a broken heart, which represents both the unifying and sometimes painful aspect of love. The idea behind the wall is to bring people from all corners of the world together and remind them that love is a universal feeling. Visitors experience special moments by taking photos in front of this wall or expressing their love to their loved ones.


More than just a popular stop for visitors to Paris, the Wall of Love is a beautiful symbol of intercultural understanding and unity. While this wall contributes to the romantic image of the city, it also celebrates the common language of people from around the world: love. This place where lovers, friends and families come together reminds everyone of the power of love that transcends boundaries. Wall of Love is remembered as one of the most special ways to express and share love in Paris.

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