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Oaxaca, Mexico Travel Video

Oaxaca Wedding

A couple of New Yorkers get married in Oaxaca,Mexico.
Their nuptuals combine Zapotec, Mixtec and christian traditions for a most festive union.

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country: Mexico

channel: arts & culture

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