Weird Marriages in the World

Love can take many forms, but I never thought it could take the forms presented here. We will see some Most Weirdest marriages collected from world, in which, human not only married animal, but also objects like Eiffel Tower, Berlin Wall and tree as well as their favorite things. And of course, such marriages as are allowed by tradition, or within a culture, are often symbolic or ritual, rather than the more usual recognition of a relationship. Here is one of amazing story of weird married in the world.
Recently a group of women in Oaxaca, Mexico, had an unusual wedding ceremony that was truly “tree-mendous”: All the grooms were trees. The blushing brides are all activists. The brides were dress in wedding traditional clothes went to approach their wooden husband to share a kiss. This ceremony was celebrated with blessing from Mexican women.
The mass marriage was meant to draw attention to illegal logging, a serious problem in Mexico, where a third of the land area is covered by forest, U.K.’s Metro reports

Marrying a tree is a way of protesting, to say that we need to stop exterminating Mother Earth every day, every minute, every second,” she tells Ruptly, a news agency, in the video above.
The marriages aren’t legally binding, but tree bride Andrea Tanat said getting hitched with a tree still requires a serious commitment.
“I thought it was very interesting that we have a commitment, not only with this tree, but with all of nature,” she says to Ruptly. “I thought about how much we’ve already damaged nature, so I decided to come and get married.”
This activities are arm to promote natural environment protection especially avoiding cutting down the tree. Starting from you all the world will be green with the lovely fresh air by you start growing the tree < one tree one life >.

(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)
(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images

(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)
(Photo credit should read PATRICIA CASTELLANOS/AFP/Getty Images)

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