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The article, paying attention to the increasing numbers being the evidence of the movement of people in a globalized world (tourism, migration, including the educational ones, student exchanges as part of Erasmus+ program), presents – not often addressed in the literature – problem of mixed marriages, which are also called heterogamic or intercategorial marriages. Religion, ethnicity, race, nationality, citizenship may make the spouses different. It often happens that more than one feature may separate them. One should therefore talk about the socio-cultural-religious differences, which concern not only the married couple, but both families of their origin.