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Nietzsche met her in 1882 through their mutual friend Paul Rée (who would end up becoming Lou's lover).
Nietzsche fell in love with her right away, and proposed to her three times in a seven month period (all of which were rejected).
You can read more about their relationship and its timeline here. Lou Salomé was a Russian intellectual who befriended and influenced many important thinkers of the time, including Nietzsche, Freud, and Rainer Rilke.
You can read more about their relationship and its timeline here.