Beautiful and unique, throughout the centuries Rome has charmed visitors and artists from all over the world: much beloved and renowned holiday destination among those in love with history and art, the Eternal City has also become quite a popular wedding destination in Italy.
Even though considered by many as the “capital city” of Christianity, Rome has always been a city where multiculturalism played an essential part and places of worship belonging to different creeds are in fact everywhere to be found. Imagine the romanticism of a charming wedding in Rome: centuries of history and art as the splendid setting for your big day, worldwide renowned sights providing the background for the most beautiful wedding pictures… Could you think of anything more charming for your religious wedding in Rome?
The Eternal City has always had a robust and rooted Jewish community that was present and lively already during the Roman Empire (2nd century B.C.). Among the many Synagogues of Rome, the most important is undoubtedly the “Tempio Maggiore” Great Synagogue of Rome. Built from 1901 to 1904 shortly after the unification of Italy, the building of a Synagogue was a very powerful and essential symbol: marking the time when Jews were granted citizenship, the marvelous religious building was in fact deliberately designed to be both imposing and striking, as an open celebration of the hard-won freedom of the Jewish community. Beautiful and fascinating, the Synagogue can, in fact, be easily spotted even from a distance. What better location for a romantic Jewish religious wedding in Rome? We can suggest you also a couple of desirable places that will be perfect for a romantic outdoor Jewish wedding in Rome in a fabulous villa in the city or its outskirts.
In Rome you will find two charming Orthodox churches: the distinctive round San Teodoro Church, very ancient and fascinating (it dates back to the 6th century and was given to the Orthodox community by Pope John Paul II in 2004) and the marvelous church Santa Caterina Martire (Saint Catherine of Alexandria), a Russian Orthodox church built between 2001 and 2009 in the park of Villa Abamelek, seat of the Russian embassy in Italy. Both are very special and romantic locations that will provide you with the perfect setting for an unforgettable Orthodox religious wedding in Rome!
Throughout the years we have established excellent relations with clergymen of all confessions and can, therefore, offer you comprehensive and full assistance to help you plan your religious wedding in all details.
We look forward to helping you planning the Orthodox wedding or Jewish marriage of your dreams: just contact us for further information, we will give you all required legal and paperwork-related information required to plan the wedding in Rome you have always dreamt of!