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Q: Why do people get married at Gretna Green?

A: Gretna Green in Dumfriesshire, Scotland, is perhaps one of the most renowned wedding venues in Great Britain and its name is synonymous with couples eloping 'North of the Border' to tie the knot. Gretna is a small Scottish border town with a population of only a few thousand, but...

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