Looking for a cool wedding venue? They don't come much cooler than a church made of ice.

The unusual place of worship opened this week at 6,700 feet above sea level in the Carpathian mountains in Transylvania, not far from Dracula's castle.

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A church made entirely from ice is seen during the night at Balea Lac resort in the Fagaras mountains of RomaniaRadu Sigheti/Reuters
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The church and the adjoining ice hotel were built using blocks of ice cut from the nearby Balea Lake.

All of the furniture in the 12-room hotel is made of ice, including the beds, which are covered with furs. Guests are also provided with sleeping bags, as the room temperature hovers between -2 and 2 degrees Celsius.

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A tourist visits a room inside the Balea Lac Ice HotelRadu Sigheti/Reuters
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A guest has a hot drink inside a room at the Balea Lac Ice HotelRadu Sigheti/Reuters
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Tourists visit the bar in the Balea Lac Ice HotelRadu Sigheti/Reuters
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A tourist kisses an ice sculpture in the bar of the Balea Lac HotelRadu Sigheti/Reuters

The Balea Lac Ice Hotel and Church in Romania are open for religious events like weddings and baptisms as long as the cold weather lasts.