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Siberian Jewish Wedding in Below Zero Weather

January 31, 2008
More than 400 people turned out to witness the nuptials of Yavgani Stradovtv and Bela Igorov in Tomsk, Russia’s first-in-a-century traditional Jewish wedding. The ceremony took place beneath a wedding canopy outdoors in the freezing cold.
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Tomsk, Russia, residents Yavgani Stradovtv and Bela Igorov opted to get married outside underneath a wedding canopy, in accordance with Jewish tradition. Some 400 guests witnessed the affair, the Siberian city’s first Jewish wedding in a century.
Tomsk, Russia, residents Yavgani Stradovtv and Bela Igorov opted to get married outside underneath a wedding canopy, in accordance with Jewish tradition. Some 400 guests witnessed the affair, the Siberian city’s first Jewish wedding in a century.

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