OK, the bottom line is it's a footbridge and they are not famous for their fun. However it is famous and has great views of the city. Built in the early 20th century and then again in 1946 (do the arithmetic) it has become a tourist attraction mainly for falling prey to the ridiculous padlocks romantic couples use to show their undying love uncertain as to whether the local authority will remove the padlocks before their love dies. The padlocks do make a good photo.
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