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Auspicious day had couples marrying at midnight

By M.ZOLJARGAL

The day of September 21 is believed to be the most auspicious day this year, according to the lunisolar calendar observed by many Mongolians. It has long been a tradition for Mongolians to wait for specifically for such day to get married. On the 21st, 54 couples officially become newlyweds at the Wedding Palace of Mongolia and started their new lives together.

The Wedding Palace started hosting marriage registration that day at 2:30 a.m. Other popular places for weddings, such as Mongol Shiltgeen and Sky Resort, were all busy with back to back wedding ceremonies as well.

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