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Here's Where Your Favorite TV Weddings Actually Took Place

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    A favorite character's wedding on a TV show feels like a reward for being a fan. You've invested your time (and emotions!) in the show, and in return, you get to feel ALL the feels when the characters finally tie the knot and ride off into the sunset. We may not be there in person, but we certainly feel like a part of it.

    Of course, a TV wedding isn't real. But, in some cases, the locations where they take place are — and you can recapture the magic by visiting them (or getting hitched there) in real life.

    From the churches of Southern California to the parks of New York, click through to see the real places where your fave TV nuptials were held. See you at the altar.

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    Gossip Girl: Chuck & Blair's Wedding
    When it's nice out, it's pretty easy to catch a wedding in Central Park — though very few end as memorably as Chuck and Blair's iconic "I do"s on Gossip Girl. For the price of a $400 permit, you can get married inside the park — Wallace Shawn not included.

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    Downton Abbey: Matthew & Mary's Wedding
    The real church of St. Mary's Bampton in Oxfordshire stood in as Downton's village church throughout the show's six seasons. While the church saw more than a few nuptial ceremonies, the most memorable was Lady Mary's long-awaited wedding to Matthew Crawley.

    Humble church not your style? You can always get married in the more grand setting of Highclere Castle, the "real" Downton Abbey, which, thanks to the show's popularity, is doing booming business as a tourist destination and wedding venue.

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    30 Rock: Liz Lemon & Criss Chros
    When 30 Rock's Liz Lemon finally decided to marry her boyfriend Criss Chros on a whim, the couple headed to NYC's City Hall for their impromptu nuptials. Of course, it wouldn't be a 30 Rock wedding without lots of weirdness, including a Princess Leia dress, a serenade from Tony Bennett, and Jack Donaghy reading from Ayn Rand.