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PHOTOS: Couples Tie The Knot At Reading Terminal Market

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A man snaps a photo of a couple as they are married at Reading Terminal Market Thursday. A man snaps a photo of a couple as they are married at Reading Terminal Market Thursday.
PHILADELPHIA -

Music and even a complimentary desert were part of a unique wedding celebration Thursday as seven couples continued the tradition of tying the knot at Reading Terminal Market.

The couples were married by Judge Jeffrey P. Minehart once at a time in the market's Center Court.

The tradition of getting married in the famous market started in 2002 when Common Pleas Court Judge Bernard J. Goodheart renewed his famous practice of marrying couples on Valentine's Day.

When Judge Goodheart retired in 2005, he passed the tradition onto his friend, Judge Minehart.

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