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Brad and Angelina Got Married in This French Chateau

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As the internet continues to explode into a million joyful pieces in the wake of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's secret wedding this weekend, intel has revealed that the extremely attractive and wildly real estate-savvy duo chose their Chateau Miraval in Correns, France, as the setting for their top secret nuptial locale. The couple bought the 1,000-acre estate—described as an "enchanting oasis" surrounded by "ancient woods, olive trees, and vineyards" by the chateau's official website—in 2011, after leasing it for three years prior. The grounds come with both a French-gothic style chapel that accommodates small weddings and a recording studio that entertained the likes of Pink Floyd, Sting, Sade and the Cranberries before Brangelina took over. "It's very peaceful and the antithesis of the drive, the want, the need to get ahead indicative of life in Hollywood," says Pitt of his wedding chateau. "I'm instantly reminded what quiet sounds like." Take a closer look, below:

· Come Tour the French Chateau Where Brad and Angelina Wed [Curbed National]
· Inside the 'Beautiful' Estate Where Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Got Married in France [ABC News]
· Here's the French Château Where Brad and Angelina Wed [Time]
· Miraval Provence [Official Site]