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Group wedding for over 200 couples held in Belgrade

16. May 2011. | 07:37

Source: Tanjug, Infobiro.tv

A traditional group wedding gathering over 200 couples from Serbia and abroad was held in front of the Old Palace in Belgrade on Sunday.

A traditional group wedding gathering over 200 couples from Serbia and abroad was held in front of the Old Palace in Belgrade on Sunday.

The couples were welcomed by Belgrade Deputy Mayor Milan Krkobabic, who wished them a happy married life.

Krkobabic noted that the decision to live together and form a family is a brave one, so he announced that all couples who are expecting a baby will be presented with a pram since, as he put it, there is no wedding without presents.

This year, the youngest bride is 20 years old, and groom 26, whereas 16 couples are expecting a baby.


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