St. George Cathedral, Kosovo

Dating from 1856, this Serbian Orthodox Cathedral was seriously contaminated during 1999 and the 2004 disturbance. Presently it’s been totally redesigned however section is normally confined by the police. In any case, you can value its solid, stone dividers from one of the not far away pathway bistros.

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Mirusha Waterfalls, Kosovo

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These little however wonderful double cascades spout over the stones into a profound pool that is ideal for swimming in. Furthermore, in summer a significant number of local people swim! The falls, which are almost somewhere between Pristina and Peja, is an amazing half-hour walk around the farming scene and are very much indicated with signs from the town of Gremnik.

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Gadime Cave, Gadime e Poshtme, Kosovo

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Found in 1969, this great tourist fascination is loaded with totally exceptional solidified stalagmites and cave rock formations that have been made more than a huge number of years. The cavern is correct more than 1.2km profound, and about 440m of it tends to be gone on a guided excursion. Keep suitable shoes and comfortable garments as it's clearly cold once you head inside. The cavern is 20km southeast of Pristina: get in any transport to Ferizaj and berate the driver to let you for Gadimë.

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Hadum Mosque, Kosovo

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This alluring mosque by one way or another figured out how to bear the terrifying annihilation that Gjakova experienced during the Kosovo War. Its stunning arabesques and alluring interior stonework are two of the city's most critical perspectives. The building dates from the finish of the sixteenth century and is an exemplary instance of preliminary Islamic design in the Balkans.

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Gracanica Monastery, Kosovo

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Southeast of Pristina in the Serbian city of Gračanica is the old Gračanica Monastery, finished in 1321 by Serbian king Milutin. The religious community, which is situated on large, grass-shrouded grounds, is one of the most amazing tourist fascination in Kosovo. You will initially go into the religious community house of prayer through the leading passage.

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Visoki Decani Monastery, Deçan, Kosovo

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Set up in the mid fourteenth century by Serbian king Stefan Dečanski, this religious community is in a brilliant situation underneath the mountains and a tourist fascination in Kosovo incorporated by pine and chestnut trees. On the off chance that you accept the position is stunning, at that point you'll wheeze in misfortune as you push open the wooded entryways of the congregation and first set eyes on the fortunes within. With its ground-to-ceiling, Biblical painting and it resembles walking into an enormous archaic paintbox. There can be some more sublime temples in Europe.

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Bear Sanctuary, Prishtina, Kosovo

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In a disengaged, jungled area past the town of Mramor, this safe-haven has European earthy colored bears that were spared from detainment by the non-benefit association Four Paws. All the bears in this spot were some time ago kept in little confines as café mascots, so however they're only from time to time out unhindered in the wild, the spacious, semi wooded field of now are multiple times ideal than the states they were once kept in.

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Carsija e Madhe, Gjakova, Kosovo

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The most antiquated existing bazaar in Kosovo and evidently the lengthiest in the Balkans, the Čaršija e Madhe dates from the fifteenth century, however it was seriously vandalized in the Kosovo War and was generally revamped a while later. While it may whenever have coordinated a lot of individuals' feelings of a bazaar with businessmen hawking stores of flavors, presently the circumstance isn't the equivalent. The amazing development is today spotted with bistros and bars, despite the fact that the southern bit maintains a few shops.

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Emin Gjiku Ethnographic Museum, Pristina, Kosovo

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This radiant augmentation of the Museum of Kosovo is arranged in two brilliantly maintained Ottoman habitations encompassed in a major fenced garden. The English-speaking staff will give you a captivating excursion of the two stuffs and distinguish the diverse distinctive bits of articles of clothing, weapons, trimmings and family protests on display in each.

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National Gallery of Kosovo, Pristina, Kosovo

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This great spot approaches Kosovan craftsmanship from a simultaneous point of view (don't attempt to find drawings from the nation's set of experiences in this spot) and merits a view around. Showcases change frequently and the display room is commonly offered over to a sole painter at any one time. At the hour of experimentation, the 'workmanship' incorporated a stable of live bovines. It houses the yearly presentation for the Muslim Mulliqi Prize, the locale's main contemporary visual expressions prize, around which a showcase is held each year, guest curated by an incomparable workmanship world character.

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Museum of Kosovo, Prishtinë, Kosovo

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Pristina's focal historical center has of late resumed after huge scope reclamation work. The presentation began back in the dim occasions of the Bronze Age. There are a few wonderful models and remembrances to Dardanian divine beings and goddesses, and a major stone help delineating a Dardanian entombment march. Unusually, the gallery at that point willingly excludes almost 2000 years of history

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Prizren Fortress, Kosovo

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It's well worth making the sheer 15-minute climb up from Prizren's antiquated city and a magnificent tourist fascination (trail the way past the Orthodox Church on the slope; it's very much marked and very apparent) for the brilliant investigates the town and on into the distance. The fortification itself is somewhat flimsy however redesign work is currently in progress.

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Novo Brdo Fortress, Kosovo

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The slopes east of Pristina have been unearthed for silver for many years and the thirteenth century Novo Brdo stronghold is an observer to the criticalness that is for quite some time been arranged on this region. A significant part of the fortification was ruined in quake at the finish of the eighteenth century, however from 2014 an EU group has been involved renovating it (some would state over-renovating it!). All things considered, it's an alluring site and it's amazing to ferret around it.

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Albanian League, Prizren, Kosovo

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In the late nineteenth century the Albanian League was established in Prizren to press for significant rights for the city's Albanian people group. This peaceful and noteworthy complex was the League's establishment in the town. The complex was destructed by Serbian powers in 1999, yet now it's completely been magnificently remodeled and holds a little exhibition hall gave to the historical backdrop of the League and the wonderful fifteenth century Bajrakli Mosque. The gorgeous yard of the complex, with its seats, streams, and fountains, is as much a draw as anything else.

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Sultan Mehmet Fatih Mosque, Prishtinë, Kosovo

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The imperial mosque', as locals notice it, was set up on the orders of Mehmed the Conqueror around 1461, and however it was changed to a Catholic church during the Austro-Hungarian time, it was reestablished again after WWII and is today the town's most critical mosque and outstanding amongst other tourist attractions in kosovo. The minaret tumbled down during a quake in 1955; the one existing now is a transformation. It has a considerable amount of radiant interiors, just as stunningly embellished ceilings over the leading passage.

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Cheese Market, Peja, Kosovo

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The city's bustling day by day commercial center causes you to assume as you've right currently come in Istanbul, and it's a superb spot to find local laborers and skilled worker selling their products. The key fascination is when ranchers assemble in a bustling patio at the center of the market area each Saturday with wooded barrels of goat's cheddar. You can fundamentally just follow your nose and you'll see it.

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Regional Museums, Kosovo

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The highest level of this Ottoman-time habitation, arranged past a generally not exactly traditional gas station, is loaded down with territorial specialties and furniture and has changed presentations depicting life in Peja during the Ottoman time. The down floors have a little and the additionally amazing archeological bit that plays out a great work of delineating the profundity of history in these segments. Tagging is blemished yet some staff individuals can communicate in English, and when they're working, an enlivened guided outing is incorporated in your entrance charge.

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Patriarchate of Pec, Peja, Kosovo

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This congregation and cloister on the peripheries of Peja is a crude part of Serbian Orthodoxy that has won in this spot from the late thirteenth century. Outside of the finished terrain, all are distinctive and fabulous, however once inside the congregation it appears to be more similar to you're within a dim cavern with delightfully darkened painting wrapping the dividers and ceiling. The entire complex dates from among the 1230s and the 1330s.

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Sinan Pasha Mosque, Kosovo

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Dating from 1615, the Sinan Pasha Mosque is the most critical in Prizren, and it stands exactly at the focal point of the old city, overlooking the waterway and the city's Ottoman Bridge. Its alluring vault, minaret, and peristyle front make a huge view from the street, however it's likewise well worth going inside (excluding petition times) to find the stunning inner beautifications.

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Crossroads of Civilizations Museum Al Khaleej Road Sheikh Hasher AlMaktoum House – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

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This exhibition hall investigates the United Arab Emirates' notable job as an exchanging focus between Asia, Africa, and Europe well before oil turned into this present district's most unmistakable industry. Situated inside the old home of Sheik Hashr receptacle Maktoum Al Maktoum, who was an individual from Dubai's decision family, the shows follow this beach front zone's history as a feature of the worldwide exchange courses, with showcases of curios and original copies. Additionally on location is the Rare Books and Manuscripts Museum and the little Armory Museum.

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Kangerlussuaq, Greenland

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Kangerlussuaq is an unassuming community of around 500 individuals that has two explanations behind a visit: it's the most loved starting point for hiking the 200-kilometer (124-mile) Arctic Circle Trail and it has the nearest admittance to the Greenland ice sheet. You can book a half-day visit to the ice sheet, which is just around 30 kilometers away, and once there, stroll on its surface.

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Babylon Hillah, Babil, Iraq

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Babylon was a significant city in antiquated Mesopotamia. Arranged on the banks of the Euphrates River, this archeological site is one of the features when you visit Iraq. Babylon was perhaps the biggest city on the planet during the 6th century BC. German prehistorian Robert Koldewey uncovered the covered landmarks, contributing to one of the best archaic exploration revelations ever.

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The National Museum of Qatar, Museum Park St, Doha, Qatar

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The National Museum of Qatar is so mind boggling in its structure that anyone can thought it erroneously an origami perfect work of art. The white building has restless and bowing edges and, on a compositional level, appears to be about out of reach. The structure is at present under development and is gradually making the planner's surprising plan a reality. The historical center's structure is animated by the desert rose; a characteristic miracle framed by gems specifically atmospheres. The planner accepted that the desert rose outline the course of time, and ached for to emerge this thought in the structure of the building.

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Tsavo East National Park Kenya

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One of the most matured and greatest national stops in entire East Africa, the incredible extends of Tsavo East scarcely miss to top diagrams of the best safari goals on earth. They can be seen falling down from the seared good countries of the Chyulu Hills that straddle the outskirt with Tanzania toward the south; a mosaic of commanding savannah grasses and red-shaded stones that climb like steep inclines from the dusty, dry earth. The eastern edge of the recreation center is portrayed by the progression of the Athi River, which offers path to the brilliant rocks of Yatta – one of the greatest magma diverts on the planet. And afterward there are the creatures including white-followed mongooses to cape wild ox, ground pangolins to cheetahs!

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Taloqan Southern Afghanistan

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It lies in the shade of the enormous Hindu Kush, directly over the mountains from the Pashtun territories of southern Afghanistan. It's viewed as that the neighboring valleys have been involved for longer than a thousand years; a reality unveiled by the portrayal of one Marco Polo, who crossed along these lines in 1275. Be that as it may, the Taloqan of now is a further developed area and tourist attractions in Afghanistan with business sectors energetic with clients and donkeys gathering purring tuk-tuks in the ways. The reminiscence and brutal fact of the 2001 war are still new here, so it's a subject definitely not to be talked about.

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Jumeirah Beach Dubai UAE

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This segment of sandy white ecstasy is the main sea shore goal for Dubai guests. Lodgings are unstable up and down its length, with this being one of the most well known spots to remain for sightseers. The sea shore has brilliant offices, with a lot of lawn chairs, eateries, and water sports administrators offering plane skiing.

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Cerro Ancón, Panama

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The Cerro Ancón (or Ancon Hill) is a lavish green mountain noticeable from pretty much every region of Panama City. With the Panamanian banner right at the top, it is put beside the thick urbanization as extraordinary compared to other normal retreats around. Without any vehicles permitted on its streets, it offers the chance of metropolitan climbing and getting a charge out of all encompassing perspectives on the city just as spotting untamed life en route.

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The Luxembourg Ardennes, Luxembourg

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Standing as a glaring difference to the fairly level scene around Luxembourg City, the Ardennes is the place you'll find high forested levels, sheer precipices, lush slopes, and concealed valleys, just as innumerable amazing perspectives. The zone - well known as where Hitler arranged his last significant mission of WWII - flaunts various mansions, strongholds, and invigorated homesteads rising out of the ridges. Probably the prettiest town, Wiltz, comprises of an upper and lower town and is popular for its outdoors theater and performance.

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Kaleybar, East Azerbaijan Province, Iran

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A touch of physicality and no dread are required to reach Babak Castle. When the fortress of a Khurramite pioneer who battled the Abbasid Caliphate, this bastion, encompassed by profound canyons, sits at the stature of 2,300–2,600 meters (7,546–8,530 feet). Those with a solid instance of acrophobia may decide to appreciate it from far off.

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Diani Beach Kenya

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Laze in the tropical climate, and appreciate a charming scene of the palm-lined sea shore, and immaculate white sands, at the Diani Beach in Mombasa. Extending from the Congo River in the North to Galu sea shore in the South, this 10-kilometer long sea shore is one of the highest spots to go in Kenya where guests can encounter a lot of watersports, for example, plunging, angling, kitesurfing, and considerably more.

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Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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With its sterile concrete sprawl and reflective glass skyscrapers, endless neighbourhoods of Soviet-style blocks and constant need for expansion, Ulaanbaatar is pretty much everything you expect Mongolia not to be. It’s brash, bold, big and loud, and comes packed with designer outlets and all-new shopping malls

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Jumeirah Mosque Dubai – United Arab Emirates

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Jumeirah Mosque is considered by numerous individuals to be the most wonderful of Dubai's mosques. A precise of Cairo's Al-Azhar Mosque, which is multiple times its size, the Jumeirah Mosque is a fine case of Islamic engineering. This stone structure is worked in the medieval Fatimid custom, with two minarets that show the unobtrusive subtleties in the stonework. It is especially appealing at night when lit with floodlights.

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Mochima National Park, Sucre, Venezuela

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In 1973, Mochima National Park was the subsequent marine park to be established in Venezuela. Tourists will have the option to find bliss in swimming and resting on sea shores that broadens the entire coastline among Cumana and Puerto La Cruz. The recreation center is full with huge appeal and the coast goes from bumpy territories with brooks, inlets, and sea shores.

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Recoleta Cemetery Junín Argentina

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One of the most famous attractions in Buenos Aires is Recoleta Cemetery. The graveyard goes back to the mid eighteenth century, and it contains about 5,000 vaults. Building highlights flourish at the Recoleta Cemetery, including innumerable sculptures, Doric sections and sepulchers. What makes the burial ground so interesting, in any case, is who is let go there. A portion of the tombs in Recoleta have a place with individuals like Eva Peron, Armando Bo, José Figueroa Alcorta and for all intents and purposes each Argentinian of political or social note from the previous two centuries.

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Courland Western Latvia

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( Kurzeme in Latvian) is a zone of Latvia arranged along the tolerably inhabited western shoreline of the nation – an unexplored gem for all nature fans. The appealing 20-mt ocean precipices along the Jurkalne shoreline are cherished with camping sweethearts and give ideal conditions to para-gliding, windsurfing, and kiteboarding. Inland, the 100-mt expansive Venta Waterfalls is the spot to progress to in pre-winter and spring to find several salmon attempting to hop up the falls. Flying creature watching is phenomenal up and down the shoreline, particularly at the hour of movement. Families will investigate Ventspils Adventure Park, which gives diverse obstacle courses, a water park in summer, and chances for skiing and snowboarding in winter.

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Black River Gorges National Park Plaine Champagne Road, Mauritius

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A national park extending more than 6574 hectares of extraordinary local woods and natural life, covering 3.5% of Mauritius' property region and including a scope of environments. This thick woodland is home to more than 300 types of blooming plants. Need to spot perhaps the rarest winged animal on the planet? At that point the national park is your most logical option since it is the environment of the Pink pigeon, a fledgling endemic to Mauritius, which almost arrived at termination. The national park proposes various long climbing trails for those nature darlings. For guests cherishing tremendous outside, dark waterway gorges is a perfect spot to leave yourself alone diverted by its arrangement of all encompassing perspectives on the island's scene, including vistas, canyons, pinnacles and cascades.

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Church of Sant Joan de Caselles, Andorra

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Worked between the eleventh and twelfth hundreds of years, the Church of Sant Joan de Caselles (Església de Sant Joan de Caselles) in Canillo is probably the best case of Andorran Romanesque engineering, total with the commonplace Lombardian rectangular chime tower. Inside, guests can see different wall paintings depicting scenes from the Bible, just as a stunning sixteenth century altarpiece.

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Ocean Park Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

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Three decades before Disneyland came to town, Ocean Park was Hong Kong's unique entertainment mecca. Sitting on the south side of Hong Kong Island, it consolidates crazy rides with colorful untamed life. Wonder about the aquarium and meet the occupant pandas Ying and Le under the steady gaze of testing the laws of material science on the Whirly Bird and the Hair Raiser, a thrill ride with mind boggling sees.

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Casa Cristo, Andorra

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Casa Cristo, home to the nation's Ethnographic Museum, is a conventional old Andorran home in the town of Encamp. It was inhabited by workers up until the 1940s and has been set up to show guests what it looked like during the nineteenth century and how nearby Andorrans inhabited the time.

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Etowah Indian Mounds Bartow County, Georgia

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From 1000 to 1550 A.D., around one thousand Native Americans lived in the zone along the Etowah River in Bartow County, Georgia and left a lot of ancient rarities as tokens of their lives. Etowah Indian Mounds is a 54-section of land archeological site that ensures a town site where they once lived, six earthen hills, a square, a protective discard, and obtain pits. The hills were made and involved by ancient individuals of the South Appalachian Mississippian culture, the precursors of the Muscogee or Creek individuals.

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