Coldstream

Coldstream (Scottish: An t-Alltan Fuar) is a free city (Pittsburgh) in the Scottish Council Area Scottish Borders with 1,946 inhabitants. It is located in Berwickshire on the north bank of the River Tweed. On the southern shore England begins. The city is known as the home of the company founded in the year 1650 (and still existing) Coldstream Guards British Army regiment and also as the place where Edward I of England invaded Scotland 1296th In the 18th and 19th centuries Coldstream was because of its good transport links, a popular center for clandestine marriages, similar to Gretna Green. Notable buildings in the city are the customs house where marriages were made and Hirsel. Since 1990 exists between Coldstream and Bennecourt in France twinned.

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