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Couples celebrate Valentine's day in Times Square

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On Valentine's Day, locals and visitors declare their love and celebrate their relationships at the crossroads of the world through surprise proposals, wedding ceremonies in the heart of Times Square, New York.

Added on the 15/02/2018 00:03:08 - Copyright : AFP EN

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