Huge Mass Weddings Across the Globe (11 pics)

Posted in       26 Jul 2011       6089       2

Instead of spending twenty thousand dollars or more for one couple to get married why not split the costs and get married with several hundred people? Check out these well-organized mass weddings in Bolivia, China, Lebanon, India and other countries.

 

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 2011

The biggest collective wedding in the world

Gaza Strip, 2009

400 couples got married

A quartet of young Palestinian bridesmaids applaud as more than 400 couples are married in the Jabalia refugee camp.

Sidon, Lebanon, 2009

Shanghai, 2010

These happy couples, supported by a few colorful friends, were married at the French pavilion during World Expo 2010.

La Paz, Bolivia, 2011

300 couples got married

Seoul, South Korea, 1992

20,000 couples got married

Hyderabad, India, 2010

Beijing, 2011

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2008

1,600 couples got married

Grooms congregate during a mass wedding ceremony of 1,600 couples in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2008. The spectacle was organized by local officials to help young people unable to afford expensive ceremonies because of the rising cost of living.

Mathura, India, 2009

Littleton, Colorado, 2007

178 dog couples participating in a canines-only ceremony


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