Local governments and tourism development companies have changed rules to allow civil weddings at nine archaeological sites, museums and castles in Cyprus, as the prices determined are seen as particularly precautionary. is also not very effective. Prices range from 1,000 to 1,500 euros and the reason for this decision is to prevent mass weddings in these areas in order to protect the historical and archaeological values. It’s for
As local government president Andreas Vilas said, not many couples would pay this amount for a ceremony that lasts just 15 minutes, so it is expected that few weddings will ever take place.
The list of monuments includes the medieval castle and old Nicosia municipal building in Larnaca, the Cypriot Railway Museum in Everychou, and the Museum of Traditional Embroidery and Silversmithing in Lefkara.
Applications for civil wedding services made at such locations must be submitted to the Antiquities Department through the relevant local authority, and this must be done at least one month before the scheduled wedding date. Hmm. The maximum number of participants is 30.
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