Today we went to Tsaritsino. My virtual friend has great photos of it here.
Actually, while I liked it and I will go again, she makes it look better than it was. To me, anyhow.
But, that said, we did notice something . . . Russian-y, as my kids would say. I had never seen this before.
Rather than carving their initials on trees, Dairy Queen picnic tables, or car dashboards, Russian lovers who wish to demonstrate the strength of their relationship purchase a lock, lock it to something, and then throw away the key.
At Tsaritsino we saw locks on the bridge . . . this one is for Svetlana and Sergei.
And on the wire in the photo below . . .
And on a gate in the palace . . .
It's rather popular.
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