Religious ceremony

In the Czech Republic, religious and civil marriages are not separated, therefore, after the wedding in Prague, the newlyweds are issued a marriage certificate. Such marriage is legal and recognized all over the world. For unmarried couples, a wedding will require a standard package of documents, as for registering a marriage. If the couple is already married, but wishes to perform a religious ceremony, this is also possible. Of the documents, it is necessary to provide only a marriage certificate translated into Czech with a court certification.

Wedding in Prague in the Church of St. Cyril and Methodius

The Cathedral of Saints Cyril and Methodius is the main Orthodox church in Prague. Initially, the cathedral belonged to the Catholic Church, but in 1933 the building was officially transferred to the Czech Orthodox Church. In memory of this event, the temple was consecrated in honor of Saints Cyril and Methodius.

Wedding in Karlovy Vary in the Church of St. Peter and Paul

The amazingly beautiful temple is located in a picturesque place surrounded by hills. The temple was founded at the end of the 19th century as one of the first Orthodox churches in the Austrian Empire. The church belongs to the Moscow Patriarchate. The rector of the church, Father Nikolai, conducts services in Russian.