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92 engaged couples have tied the knot in a mass wedding in the Peruvian capital of Lima.

Mayor Susana Villaran wed loved-up residents ranging from 18 to 74 years old at an end-of-year celebration in the city, the BBC reports.

Among those getting hitched were Carmen Mercado, 64, and Jorge de la Cruz, 74 - who finally "fulfilled [their] desire" to wed after living together for 34 years - and teenage sweethearts Edger Pasapera and Luisa Viera.

"Thanks to God and the love we have for each other, we are still together," Pasapera said of their frowned-upon relationship. "We already have a beautiful baby who was born a fortnight ago."

Mass weddings have become popular in Lima due to their relatively cheap cost, with couples expected to fork out around $10 (£6) instead of the usual $142 (£95) fee for individual ceremonies.

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