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Photos of kissing couples around the world.

Something about summer's hot, sticky days brings out the PDA. Below, scenes of sauciness from cities around the world:

Protesters affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street movement kiss while standing on top of a bus stop during an unannounced raid by the New York City Police Department outside Zuccotti Park in New York. Photo by: Andrew Burton/Reuters
A couple kisses in the flooded Saint Mark's Square in Venice. Photo by Manuel Silvestri/Reuters

 
A couple kisses next to a poster that reads "Education free and quality, now" in Santiago. Photo by: Victor Ruiz Caballero

A couple kiss on a side walk of a main street in Tel Aviv during the "White Night" festival, which celebrates Tel Aviv being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Photo by: Nir Elias/Reuters
Revellers kiss in the mud during the 15th Woodstock Festival in Kostrzyn-upon-Odra River, close to the Polish and German border. Photo by: Pawel Kopczynski/Reuters



A couple kiss in the sunset during the start of winter solstice in Valparaiso City. Photo by: Eliseo Fernandez/Reuters

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