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Here comes the bride … and 700 guests

Here comes the bride … and 700 guests

By Staff Writer - October 31, 2016

Photo: MD. Hasibul Haque Sakib
Photo: MD. Hasibul Haque Sakib

Another gigantic Indian wedding will take place in Monaco this week, with 700 guests attending. Although the festivities will last for several days, the marriage of a wealthy young couple from New Delhi will reach its climax on Friday, with a procession through Monte-Carlo.

“This is an opportunity for Monaco to welcome such a private event, which will total 3,500 nights in Monaco’s establishments,” said Guillaume Rose, head of Monaco’s Tourism and Convention Bureau.

The last time such a huge wedding took place in the Principality was a little over five years ago, generating huge publicity for Monaco as a premium wedding destination able to satisfy the demands of top-end clients.

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