In Mexico City, hundreds of same-sex couples were married on Friday, marking the first Pride parade since the pandemic forced the city's annual mass ceremony to be postponed two years ago due to health concerns.A live band played traditional tunes like Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" as couples exchanged their vows, the Associated Press reports.
The city's government hosted the large-scale wedding ceremony in its civil registry plaza as part of its annual Pride Month celebrations.
Around 100 same-sex couples traveled hundreds of miles to attend the event.Since 2010, 26 out of the 32 states in the country have legalized same-sex marriages.Mexico is one of three Latin American countries with the highest number of same-sex marriages, along with Brazil and Argentina.
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