Athens Central Greece

The cosmopolitan capital of Greece is one of the most intriguing spots to visit on earth. With a written history of more than 3,000 years, Athens is an extraordinary goal for a city break with its plenty of touring choices, including the Acropolis, the Ancient Agora, the New Acropolis Museum and the Roman Agora. End the day investigating its marvels with a beverage at one of the numerous bars or take a vacation day social visits to find the Athenian Riviera or the close by islands.

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Nafplio Argolis Greece

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A famous end of the week goals for Athenians, Nafplio is a pleasant little town in the Peloponnese. Set on an inlet on the eastern bank of the locale, it was the principal capital of the cutting edge Greek State in 1828, until Athens took over in 1834. In that capacity, the city has safeguarded its appealing appeal and is loaded up with neoclassical estates. Ignored by the Palamidi Fortress, dating from the eighteenth century, it is exceptionally near significant sights, for example, Ancient Corinth, Epidaurus or Tyrins.

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Santorini Cyclades Greece

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A top goal in Greece, Santorini positions high among the most sentimental goals on the planet. This volcanic island in the Cyclades encountered a serious volcanic emission, which gave the island its present angle. Favored with one of a kind sea shores with red or dark sand, the island is home to truly amazing towns on the caldera, lavish sea shore resorts and a powerful wine creation scene.

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Temple of Poseidon, Cape Sounio Greece

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At the southernmost tip of the Attica promontory, 70 kilometers from Athens, the Cape Sounio is known to be where Athenian lord Aegeus bounced into the ocean to his passing when he thought his child Theseus was murdered by the Minotaur, giving his name to the ocean. Be that as it may, Cape Sounio is something other than a position of legend. It is home to the Temple of Poseidon. While the main adaptation was destoyed by the Persians in 480 BC, the subsequent form, of which a couple of sections despite everything stand today, was worked in 440 BC.

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Prespa Lakes ‎Balkans Greece

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Situated in the Florina locale, the Prespa lakes are one of the most significant wetlands in Europe. This heaven where guests can appreciate watching transient winged animals is found 850 meters above ocean level. Ideal for feathered creature watching fans, the lakes are a perfect goal for those searching for some harmony and calm in heaven.

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Monemvasia Laconia Greece

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Established under the Byzantine domain during the sixth century, the town of Monemvasia is a shocking medieval town in the southeastern piece of Peloponnese. Settled on a major stone, Monemvasia is an otherworldly spot where you can step back in time. Attacked by the Crusaders, the Venetians, and the Turks, the city was a stronghold reachable just by pontoon, in spite of the fact that as of late a highway was worked to interface the town to the terrain.

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Zagorohoria Epirus Greece

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Taken care of some place the Pindus Mountains in Epirus, northwest Greece, the segregated locale of Zagori is home to a group of more than 40 stone towns, known as Zagorohoria. Encompassed with amazing and grand scenes, these towns are ideal for climbing. Exceptionally near to, guests will discover the Vikos Gorge, one of the most profound on the planet. Different attractions in the district incorporate paragliding, mountain biking and boating.

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Delos Mykonos Greece

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Directly beside the Cosmopolitan island of Mykonos lies Delos, the legendary spot where twins Artemis and Apollo were conceived. Legend has it that Leto, the mother of the twins, was allured by Zeus and to get away from his better half's contempt, Leto had to settle in Delos. The island was then viewed as a hallowed spot during antiquated occasions. While the island has been possessed before, it experienced a cleaning procedure in the fifth century BC, where birth and demise was disallowed on its dirt. After its obliteration in 88 BC, the historical backdrop of the island stays obscure, however today, the island is an outdoors exhibition hall where guests can investigate on a day trip.

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Knossos Palace Heraklion, Crete, Greece

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Covering more than 20,000 square meters, the Minoan Palace at Knossos is situated close to Heraklion in Crete. Finished with delightful frescoes still obvious today, the royal residence included numerous rooms and as indicated by the fantasy of the Minotaur, a maze. Minos Kalokairinos, a Cretan curator was the first to exhume the site in 1878, which permitted him to find that the castle was based on a past royal residence, which was decimated in a seismic tremor in 1700 BC. The subsequent castle, revamped directly after, was again annihilated, by a fire in the fourteenth century BC and was never modified.

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Patmos Kalymnos Greece

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The island of the Apocalypse, Patmos is a spot with extraordinary profound charm. As per Christian convention, it was in a cavern of the island that Saint John was motivated to compose the Book of Apocalypse after he had a dream. This is the motivation behind why there is an enormous religious community of Saint John in Chora, the capital of the island. Chora is a lovely spot to stroll around and getting a charge out of a view to the Aegean Sea, yet the most touristy spot of the island is presumably the town of Skala.

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Delphi ‎Phocis‎, Greece

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Thought to be the focal point of the earth, Delphi, situated at the foot of Mount Parnassos (or Parnassus) is obviously one of Greece's most intriguing archeological locales with regards to Greece. Home to the most significant Delphi prophet in the old world, Delphi invited travelers from everywhere throughout the Mediterranean Basin who came to ask of god Apollo through the predictions of the Pythia, the high priestess of his sanctuary.

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Corfu Ionian Islands Greece

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Corfu positions among the most delightful islands of the nation. Arranged on the north-western piece of the nation in the Ionian Sea, it is a cosmopolitan island where you can make the most of its special character. Corfu Town is especially excellent, with its Venetian design, little lanes and numerous sights. The island is spotted with beguiling towns and astounding sea shores, and gratitude to its extraordinary area, an excursion in Corfu can be joined with some island bouncing to the next Ionian goals.

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Epidaurus Argolis Greece

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In the region of Argolis, in Peloponnese, Epidaurus
is known around the world for its ancient theater. Built in the late
4th century BC, the theater of Epidaurus served to host religious
ceremonies in honor of god Asclepius, whose healing center was located
nearby. Famous for its incredible acoustics, this classical theater is
still used today. Indeed, every summer it hosts performances of ancient
Greek drama.

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Rhodes South Aegean Greece

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Near Turkey, the biggest island of the Dodecanese, Rhodes is little jewel. Set aside effort to investigate its capital, UNESCO-recorded Rhodes Town, which is encased by great fortresses, worked by the Knights of St. John in the fourteenth century. Investigate the cobbled lanes of the old town by walking or find the beach front town of Lindos, with its Acropolis. The island likewise has numerous delightful sea shores ideal for a day under the sun.

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Zakynthos Nikitas Aretakis Greece

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The verdant island of Zakynthos is situated in the Ionian Islands. While the island is known for the various gatherings held there, Zakynthos (or Zante) is a lovely island favored with characteristic excellence, unblemished sea shores and turquoise waters. The primary town of the island has various verifiable and antiquated destinations to offer however most likely one of the top attractions is the Navagio sea shore (otherwise called the Shipwreck sea shore, where you can see lovely white shores and gem waters.

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Olympia ‎Elis Greece

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Home to the primary antiquated Olympic Games, held like clockwork to respect Zeus, Olympia highlights among the most significant archeological locales in Greece. In the western Peloponnese, this wonderful site invites guests from over the entire world and dives them into a removed past, where they can gain proficiency with about the Olympic Games, through the investigation of the site, which incorporates the old arena, the recreation center, the sanctuaries of Zeus and Hera, just as the workshop of old Greece stone carver Phidias. A visit to Olympia isn't finished without a stop at the close by Archeological Museum were a considerable lot of its noteworthy ancient rarities are in plain view.

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Ikaria ‎North Aegean Greece

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Named after Icarus, child of Daedalus, who fell into the close by ocean when his wax wings dissolved from the sun, Ikaria is frequently named the island where individuals neglect to kick the bucket. Favored with staggering sea shores of brilliant sand and turquoise waters, the island is a casual safe house where you can spend a laidback get-away. With pleasant towns, wineries and a casual lifestyle, it is where we would all be able to get familiar with some things about making a stride back and really living at the time.

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Thessaloniki ‎Macedonia Greece

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As Greece's second biggest city, Thessaloniki is a significant center point in northern Greece. Favored with a rich and long history, Thessaloniki is an entryway to Halkidiki, the delightful little towns of Macedonia and the northern Aegean islands. Highlighting Byzantine places of worship and Ancient Greece prizes, the Lady of The North is effectively walkable, offering a wide cluster of touring and enjoyment in the northern area of Greece.

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Meteora ‎Thessaly‎, Greece

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An astounding incredible sight, Meteora, with its deep rooted religious communities roosted on dreamlike stone arrangements, is another must-see goal. Situated in focal Greece, Meteora (which means suspended noticeable all around) is home to 24 fourteenth century Byzantine cloisters based on rock columns where priests could look for shelter from the Ottoman domain. The region was at that point a sanctuary for loners and religious zealots in the tenth century who were hoping to live away from the world and closer to God. Out of the considerable number of religious communities in Meteora, just six are still in capacity and open to people in general so don't pass up on an opportunity to go visit this marvelous site and to investigate the neighboring locale.

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Chattahoochee River Georgia

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Framing the fringe among Alabama and Georgia, the Chattahoochee River is a focal conduit in Georgia, and its shores and waters give a lot of diversion to guests. The Chattahoochee National Recreation Area is open all year, from first light to sunset. The Island Ford Visitor Center is situated in the notable Hewlett Lodge.

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Copacabana Rio de Janeiro Brazil

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Situated in Rio, Copacabana is one of the world's most notable sea shores. It is roughly two miles in length and fixed with lodgings and costly homes, however there are additionally substantially more unobtrusive living arrangements dissipated in the middle. A delightful promenade with a highly contrasting checked example of Portuguese stone flanks the sand. This is an exceptionally energetic neighborhood that is home to Rio's renowned New Year's festival and a few fascinating attractions, including the Copacabana Fort, which was developed in 1914, and the alluring Hotel Copacabana Palace.

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Bassin Bleu, Haiti

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It is an ecstatically detached cascade on the slopes of Jacmel, Haiti. Tourists can follow a way to the basin and spend a day diving from the cascades, swimming in the blue water and relishing the lovely layer of the green vegetation. The mystery of the zone causes it to feel like heaven.Its Amazing Tourist Attractions in Haiti.

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Valle del Sorteny, Andorra

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The Natural Park of the Valle del Sorteny covers 1,080 hectares (2670 sections of land) and is home to more than 800 types of plants and creatures, including wild pig and roe deer. The recreation center is committed to instruction and runs a wide range of workshops, guided climbs and visits consistently. The visits are based around different subjects, for example, wetlands, fowls or woods.

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Grand Ole Opry Nashville USA

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Established in 1925 as a one-hour radio "animal dwellingplace move," the Grand Ole Opry is the longest running radio station in U.S. history. The week by week down home music arrange show is held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, with the exception of throughout the winter months when it moves to the Ryman Auditorium. The Opry is devoted to respecting blue grass music and performers, from verifiable legends to contemporary craftsmen.

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Pípila, Guanajuato Mexico

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You may well have discovered a photograph or two of frontier Guanajuato at some point, given that it's one of Mexico's most significant vacationer goals. Be that as it may, while the cobbled avenues, vivid structures and underground sections are generally beautiful in their own right, you should scale the slope to the Pípila landmark and appreciate the 360-degree all encompassing perspectives over the whole town.

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Ubud Bali Indonesia

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Home to the world's most amiable and most imaginative individuals, Ubud likewise makes them flabbergast normal wonders, including the renowned Tegalalang rice porch. A social and instructive center in tropical Bali, sightseers can visit galleries, sanctuaries, pursue create workshops, and the sky is the limit from there.

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Chojin Lama Temple, Mongolia

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Yet another monastery in the capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar is the Chojin Lama Temple that is sure to draw the awe of tourists. The main temple here showcases an 18th-century gold statue of Buddha Sakyamuni and a statue of Chojin Lama Luvsankhaidav on the Buddha’s right and embalmed corpse of Baldanchoimbolon to his left.

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Siwa Oasis Egypt

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Likely one of the most remote spots to visit in Egypt is the Siwa Oasis. It's impressively difficult to reach and not actually on the most widely recognized traveler's courses, yet so justified, despite all the trouble. My guide in Luxor called it his preferred spot in Egypt, as it's still pretty much the genuine article.

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Hotel de Glace, Quebec City Canada

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Could you genuinely consider yourself a Canadian on the off chance that you haven't dozed on a bed made of ice? On the off chance that your answer is a resonating no, it's an ideal opportunity to book a room in Quebec City's renowned Hotel de Glace. Developed each year from in excess of 15,000 tons of day off, lodging highlights 36 rooms, a bar and an open air spa with saunas. The temperature in the lodging is between - 3°C and - 5°C, so visitors wrap up in ice hiking beds as the night progressed. While costs for medium-term stays are steep, the lodging offers visits for guests simply going through.

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Jelgava Zemgale Latvia

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The notable town of Jelgava is arranged just 25 miles from Riga in one of the most truly amazing segments of the nation. The city goes back to 1578, making it one of the most antiquated towns in Latvia, and there are numerous noteworthy and social attracts to be investigated. The key memorable features to add to your rundown of spots to investigate are the Jelgava Holy Trinity Church Tower (which has an exhibition hall and inspection deck), the Jelgava History and Art Museum, just as the Jelgava Palace Museum. For an interruption from history and culture you can attempt some open air exercises – visit the town and its vicinity along various cycling ways, go hiking in the Lielupe Flood glades (which give brilliant fledgling seeing and the chance to observe genuine wild ponies), or get off the ground on a tourist balloon venture.

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Jægersborg Dyrehave Klampenborg, Denmark

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Jægersborg Dyrehave is an immense woodland park found roughly 40 minutes north of Copenhagen. There, roughly 2000 deer live among old oak trees. An extraordinary area for a day-trip because of its staggering scene as well as in light of the fact that Bakken, the world's most seasoned event congregation, can be found there. In 2015, the woods was remembered for UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Volkerschlachtdenkmal in Leipzig Germany

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Leipzig is a significant city in Saxony, and it is additionally home to one of the biggest landmark in Europe. The Volkerschlachtdenkmal, or Monument of the Battle of the Nations, was worked to recollect the Battle of Leipzig in the Napoleonic Wars. During the fight, in excess of 100,000 warriors died. Despite the fact that the fight occurred in 1813, the landmark wasn't uncovered until 1913. Today, the landmark is joined by a historical center display clarifying increasingly about the fight and the Napoleonic wars of the nineteenth century.

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Minsk Old Town, Minsk, Belarus

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The old town is on the eastern side of the stream Svislach. A large portion of the seventeenth and eighteenth-century original houses was redesigned in the 1980s. It is found right in the core of the city and guests can stroll along the roads and drink espresso in decent bistros and cafés. During the mid-year, the spot has many unrecorded music shows for entertainment and fun.

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Falcon Souq Doha, Qatar

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This striking new souq is arranged only close to the Souq Waqif and merits a visit essentially in view of the colossal exhibit of bits of hardware in everything bird of prey related. There's even an open air zone where you can watch the Falcons being prepared by their coaches a couple of times each day. You can likewise appreciate an outing around the bird of prey showroom, where the Falcons unwind on their roosts. In spite of the fact that the Falcons come in different scopes of costs, remember that an all around prepared hawk could cost in excess of a vehicle.

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Tatra Mountains Poland

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The most elevated mountain go between the Alps and the Caucasus. Rough pinnacles secured with all-year day off, edges, beautiful lakes, cascades and valleys make this spot as far as anyone knows the most terrific in Poland. Around 250 km of trails and a wide scope of inclines would fulfill the most requesting climbers and skiers. A stay in Zakopane town at the foot of the mountains is prescribed to the individuals who love appreciating excellent scenes and unique people culture.

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Florianopolis Beaches Brazil

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Otherwise called Floripa, the 42 sea shores of Florianopolis are famous with surfers, partyers and sun admirers. Seemingly, its most well known sea shore is Joaquina, which flaunts enormous sand hills and great waves. In spite of the fact that starting late, its neighbor Praia Mole has been taking a portion of Joaquina's thunder. Voyagers who like to joint with the rich and celebrated should make a beeline for Jurere, which brags tremendous homes and some the greatest night clubs in the zone. For those looking for a little isolation, Lagoinha do Leste is the sea shore they'll need to visit. One proviso, this sea shore requires around a two-hour climb to arrive at it.

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Elba ‎Tyrrhenian Sea Italy

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The island of Elba has a long history, and it was recently occupied by Ligures Ilvates, Greeks, Etruscans and Romans. Elba's most well known occupant, be that as it may, was Napoleon, who was expelled to Elba in 1814. Napoleon's winter and summer homes despite everything stand, and they are accessible for the general population to visit. Italy's third biggest island flaunts in excess of 150 sea shores as well, from wide stretches of sand to protected inlets.

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Mount Roraima, Vanezuela

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Mount Roraima can be found in the Guiana Shield as a part of Canaima National Park, and the mountains there are believed to be a portion of the antiquated geographical structure on Earth. Tourists can climb up the various path at Mount Roraima and go over the a lot of types of plants and creatures that are unmatched to the spot, for instance, the imperiled Rapatea heather and other local plants.

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Grand Bassin Savanne District Mauritius

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Terrific Bassin, a wiped out fountain of liquid magma, presently a lake high up in the mountains around 1800 feet above ocean level is the most hallowed Hindu spot on the island of Mauritius. It is additionally a notable spot of intrigue. On the spot you will have the option to visit a sanctuary committed to Lord Shiva. The individuals of the island trust it is loaded up with blessed waters from the River Ganges in India on the event of Maha Shivaratree individuals make journeys from their homes to the lake by walking, conveying strict carts(Kawals) the entire way. There is additionally a lofty 108 foot statue of Shiva which carries a bit of uniqueness to that particular area.

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