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Frank Dermody and Jonathan Neville from Ireland get married at the Opera House on May 7, 2014 in Copenhagen on the sidelines of the Eurovision Song Contest. In Ireland same-sex marriage is not permitted as it is in Denmark. On Wednesday, May 7, 2014 same-sex and hetero-sex couples from Denmark and abroad are married in the Copenhagen Opera House close to Eurovision Island. The event is one of several wedding events taking place in Copenhagen during the Eurovision Song Contest and is organized by the City of Copenhagen. The capital of Denmark also marks with these events that in 2014 it is 25 years ago, that Denmark as the first country in the world legalized same-sex marriage. AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / LISELOTTE SABROE /DENMARK OUT (Photo credit should read LISELOTTE SABROE/AFP/Getty Images)
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Frank Dermody and Jonathan Neville from Ireland get married at the Opera House on May 7, 2014 in Copenhagen on the sidelines of the Eurovision Song Contest. In Ireland same-sex marriage is not permitted as it is in Denmark. On Wednesday, May 7, 2014 same-sex and hetero-sex couples from Denmark and abroad are married in the Copenhagen Opera House close to Eurovision Island. The event is one of several wedding events taking place in Copenhagen during the Eurovision Song Contest and is organized by the City of Copenhagen. The capital of Denmark also marks with these events that in 2014 it is 25 years ago, that Denmark as the first country in the world legalized same-sex marriage. AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / LISELOTTE SABROE /DENMARK OUT (Photo credit should read LISELOTTE SABROE/AFP/Getty Images)
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May 07, 2014
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Frank Dermody and Jonathan Neville from Ireland get married at the... News Photo 48854829159th Eurovision Song Contest,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Copenhagen,Denmark,Eurovision Song Contest,Horizontal,Ireland,Married,Opera House,Oresund Region,Side LinesPhotographer Collection: AFP Frank Dermody and Jonathan Neville from Ireland get married at the Opera House on May 7, 2014 in Copenhagen on the sidelines of the Eurovision Song Contest. In Ireland same-sex marriage is not permitted as it is in Denmark. On Wednesday, May 7, 2014 same-sex and hetero-sex couples from Denmark and abroad are married in the Copenhagen Opera House close to Eurovision Island. The event is one of several wedding events taking place in Copenhagen during the Eurovision Song Contest and is organized by the City of Copenhagen. The capital of Denmark also marks with these events that in 2014 it is 25 years ago, that Denmark as the first country in the world legalized same-sex marriage. AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / LISELOTTE SABROE /DENMARK OUT (Photo credit should read LISELOTTE SABROE/AFP/Getty Images)