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A Wedding Ceremony(2)


Here in Amman, the wedding season is from early summer to early autumn. If you hear cars honking loudly in the street, that’s likely to be a sign that a wedding is taking place. During the wedding season, we could hear this sign of celebration almost every day.


At a hotel, we came across couples giving a mass wedding. The ceremony is full of life – the bride and groom enter the hall while a band plays music, and the guests dance and parade around them. The music and dancing go on till late in the night.


(Please also check our entry in October 2004 describing wedding customs in Baghdad:).

March 17, 2011 in Iraq |