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Bogotá

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663,1551,615

Cartagena

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566,1591,20

Cali

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165,477,42

Santa Marta

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121,381,25

Barranquilla

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58,107,7

Isla de San Andrés

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79,295,0

Medellín

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153,511,48

Parque Tayrona

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95,356,0

Taganga

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75,185,3

Popayán

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106,381,1

Cartagena

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56,163,0

Salento

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88,391,1

Bucaramanga

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28,90,6

Villa de Leiva

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101,431,0

Zipaquirá

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58,173,0

Ciudad Perdida

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51,203,0

Manizales

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33,139,8

Isla de Providencia

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27,194,0

San Agustín

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80,331,1

Medellín

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58,104,16

San Gil

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30,87,0

Tolù

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11,68,0

Pasto

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34,54,2

Palmira

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12,18,0

Barichara

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31,138,1

Mompós

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63,250,0

Armenia

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16,60,7

Leticia

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23,73,3

Tunja

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32,56,0

Isla Gorgona

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7,95,0

Ipiales

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6,10,0

Ráquira

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6,54,0

Guatapé

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10,126,0

Boyacá

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11,2,0

San Cipriano

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6,45,0

Capurganá

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15,9,0

Cincinati

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Santa Fe

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21,125,0

Silvia

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15,54,0

San Andrés

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13,29,25

Ibagué

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5,8,2

El Cocuy

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14,24,0

La Boquilla

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3,5,0

Pereira

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6,5,1

Manzanillo del Mar

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5,20,0

Cocuy

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43,69,0

Anapoima

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4,6,0

Islas del Rosario

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4,10,0

Neiva

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4,12,0

Villavicencio

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2,6,0

Bogotá

See all 663 Bogotá Tips
  • La Candelaria - Downtown

    Bogotá Things to Do

    Downtown this is the clonial part of the city centre. Most buildings still preserve their original architecture. Going around Candelaria and its narrows street is also easy to find some pictorial spots and small shops where is possible to see and buy some hand made crafts.

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  • 101 Park House

    Bogotá Hotels

    I recommend two hotels. If you like little nice hotel with 5-star services look for '101 Park...

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  • Typical Colombian Dishes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Bogotá Restaurants

    This is a popular local dish, not a restaurant. You should be able to order it almost anywhere. It is a massive amount of food, so be very hungry or split it with a friend. It comes on a big platter, and includes 2 kinds of sausage, ground beef, beans and rice, fried pork rind, fried plantains, avocado, bread, and several things I can’t remember,...

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Cartagena

See all 56 Cartagena Tips
  • Plaza de Bolivar

    Cartagena Things to Do

    Parque Simon Bolivar. This park is homage to Simon Bolivar who liberated Cartagena. During the day the park is full of people drinking coffee and watching the world go by. Plenty of people selling jewellery, coffee, lottery tickets, just about anything. It's nice to sit in the shade if the sun gets too hot for you. During the early evening and late...

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  • SOFITEL SANTA CLARA

    Cartagena Hotels

    This is a beautiful hotel but not worth the money to stay here...especially not worth having your...

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  • Transportation

    Cartagena Transportation

    Cartagena is full of wonderful buses, some are very old and dangerous and some have televisions and air con. Most bus journeys cost 1200 pesos around 50 cent in euros. The air con buses cost 1500 pesos and are probabley much better if you want cold air. However most buses stop for everyone and if you dont get a seat it can be a very uncomfortable...

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  • Food Items

    Cartagena Shopping

    If your on a tight budget shop at Exito, which is the main supermarket. They usually have sales on special items, two for the price of one. The security guards will stop you on arrival and your exit to check your bags, in some shops you have to leave your bag in a locker of which you get the key. Normally in supermarkets they check your receipt on...

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Cali

See all 165 Cali Tips
  • PITAS, PITAS AND MORE PITAS!!

    Cali Restaurants

    PITA MAJITA, what a nice surprice! walking the streets of San Antonio (Cali- Colombia)I found this amazing restaurant, brand new, this family have been working with lebannes food during all their life, but it is the first time they open their own restaurant. the service is awesome, they make you feel you are visiting them at homethe food it is...

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  • InterContinental Hotel Cali

    Cali Hotels

    This is the best place to stay in Cali. Although it's the only place I have stayed in Cali, I have...

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  • Website for all party and events in Cali

    Cali Nightlife

    In Cali, you can find information about party, events, live music, ... in this website: www.comoespahoy.com.coBars and clubs publish directly there, day by day, so you won't miss anything when visiting.

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Santa Marta

See all 121 Santa Marta Tips
  • Minca

    Santa Marta Things to Do

    Minca is just an easy day trip away. We visited La Victoria Coffee plantation, went to a waterfall & pool, had probably the best meal in Colombia (at Casa Cristi in Minca), then went to Hotel Minca to see the balcony full of hummingbirds. If I go back to Colombia, I'll spend more time here! Highly recommend it. We paid 60.000 for the 1/2 day trip.

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  • Irotama

    Santa Marta Hotels

    KM 14 Via Cienaga, Santa Marta, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Parque Nacional Tayrona

    Santa Marta Things to Do

    This national park just north east of Santa Marta preserves a lot of the coastal jungle of the Caribbean coast. It has some of Colombia's finest diving and snorkeling.

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Barranquilla

See all 58 Barranquilla Tips
  • Salsa, Salsa, and more Salsa

    Barranquilla Nightlife

    La Troja is the quintessential landmark for salsa dancing in Barranquilla. It's not a club, it's not a bar, and it's not a pub. It is an outdoor venue to drink, dance, and sweat, sweat, sweat. If you are traveling through and have just a few nights, or even one, don't miss this place. You will either love it or hate it, but most people will ask you...

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  • Country International Hotel

    Barranquilla Hotels

    Cra 52 # 75-30, Barranquilla, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Flight from Barranquilla to Bogotá

    Barranquilla Transportation

    There were only a very few days left until my flight back to Europe so I decided to join Donna and take a flight as well. Two airlines have flights from Barranquilla to Bogotá, Avianca and Aires. We found a better deal with Avianca so we booked a flight with them. It was an evening flight with the departure from Barranquilla at 17:31 and arrival to...

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Isla de San Andrés

  • Churches and Cemeteries

    Isla de San Andrés Favorites

    In addition to lighthouses, one of the things I usually do when traveling is to look for cemeteries to document how people handle the deceased. Taking photos was difficult and the only cemetery that I got any photos of was San LuisOur driver said the Colombians were Catholic, and the uneducated Colombians (some of whom the driver said couldn't even...

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  • Lighthouses

    Isla de San Andrés Favorites

    Our taxi driver told us that there were seven lighthouses on the side of the island where the ship anchored. We could see two from the ship and saw 3 or 4 others on the tour of the island.My reference for lighthouses is The Lighthouse Directory. When we went to San Andrés, the only lighthouses that were listed were well offshore. I sent my photos...

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  • People and Languages of San Andrés

    Isla de San Andrés Local Customs

    The culture of the archipelago of San Andrés is linked to its people, who have diverse ethnic origins. The Raizal, people of African and British origin, speak Creole (the language originates in English but it has its own phonetic, grammar and many expressions from Spanish and African dialects). They refer to themselves as 'native islanders' in...

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Medellín

See all 153 Medellín Tips
  • KOLOR HOTEL boutique

    Medellín Things to Do

    During my travels, I have certain good luck with hotels. I look neither for 5 star hotels or Guesthouses/Hostels. Also look something a little different. KOLOR HOTEL was more just different. First of all, Jose Camilo, the young owner of this establishment replied me within hours and I was warmly received when I showed up at 10 AM and shown my room,...

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  • Hotel Lincoln

    Medellín Hotels

    As I said in my introduction to Medellin, the first surprise I had arriving in the city, was to find...

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  • It is worthwhile to return to Medellin

    Medellín Things to Do

    During my travels, I have certain good luck with hotels. I look neither for 5 star hotels or Guesthouses/Hostels. Also look something a little different.KOLOR HOTEL was more just different. First of all, Jose Camilo, the young owner of this establishment replied me within hours and I was warmly received when I showed up at 10 AM and shown my room,...

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Parque Tayrona

See all 95 Parque Tayrona Tips
  • Van from Entrance to Canaveral

    Parque Tayrona Transportation

    For 2.000 you can take a van from the entrance to Canaveral. Plenty of chances to walk & hike in better scenery, so I suggest taking it. There was one waiting and 1/2 full when we arrived, so I assume they are pretty much always there waiting.

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  • Passport & Yellow Fever Vaccination

    Parque Tayrona What to Pack

    Pack light - you have a lot of walking Wear good walking shoes & hot weather clothing Bring your own toilet paper or expect to have to buy it in the park Your passport is required for entrance. They also say they can request proof of a yellow fever vaccination, they didn't ask us for it, so I don't know how common it is. Also bring lots of cash,...

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  • Take a horse

    Parque Tayrona Transportation

    I'll admit, I'm overweight and don't exercise. This was not an easy hike! Especially if you happen to be walking during the hot time of day. There is a lot of up and down and loose sand. You can rent a horse for 32.000 from Cabo San Juan to Canaveral, or 15.000 from La Piscina to Canaveral. We would have taken them back if we hadn't run out of...

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Taganga

See all 75 Taganga Tips
  • Diving and snorkeling

    Taganga Things to Do

    They say prices used to be quite good in Taganga but I find them just normal nowadays.I'll just quote a few to give you a general idea but you will have to negotiate, especially if you are a large group of people. So in Oceano Scuba Dive Center it's about 225$ for PADI courses, 60$two dives, and 20$ for snorkeling, all including lunch. Check the...

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  • Divanga Bed Breakfast

    Taganga Hotels

    We stayed at the Casa Divanga which is one block away from Divanga Bed Breakfast. Believe it is...

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  • A road blockage

    Taganga Tourist Traps

    I woke up early enough to catch the bus from Santa Marta to Cartagena... I packed and was out carrying my bags to the main road where the bus should pass. No bus. There was no bus ...Locals informed me they had blocked the road complaining about the shortage of water. They were protesting because the town had suffered a lot from the water shortage...

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Popayán

See all 106 Popayán Tips
  • the Clock Tower

    Popayán Things to Do

    Francisco Jose de Caldas , a famous naturalist and Geologist, who also worked as an engineer, designed the Clock Tower (Torre de Reloj) himself, which is on one side of the square Parque de Caldas. The Tower was constructed in England and then was shipped to Popayan between 1675and 1682. The clock was constructed by an English company and installed...

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  • Hostel Caldas

    Popayán Hotels

    I´ve been in many hostels across several countries around the world, I think I can affirm that the...

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  • Iglesia San Francisco

    Popayán Things to Do

    The San Francisco church was destroyed in an earthquake in 1736. Then it was reconstructed between 1775 and 1795. It was designed by a Spanish architect Antonio Garcia. The facade is a perfect example of baroque architecture. The main portal was designed by Miguel Aguilon. It is flanked by two Corinthian columns and two smaller portal on each side....

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Cartagena

See all 56 Cartagena Tips
  • Plaza de Bolivar

    Cartagena Things to Do

    Parque Simon Bolivar. This park is homage to Simon Bolivar who liberated Cartagena. During the day the park is full of people drinking coffee and watching the world go by. Plenty of people selling jewellery, coffee, lottery tickets, just about anything. It's nice to sit in the shade if the sun gets too hot for you. During the early evening and late...

    more
  • SOFITEL SANTA CLARA

    Cartagena Hotels

    This is a beautiful hotel but not worth the money to stay here...especially not worth having your...

    more
  • Transportation

    Cartagena Transportation

    Cartagena is full of wonderful buses, some are very old and dangerous and some have televisions and air con. Most bus journeys cost 1200 pesos around 50 cent in euros. The air con buses cost 1500 pesos and are probabley much better if you want cold air. However most buses stop for everyone and if you dont get a seat it can be a very uncomfortable...

    more
  • Food Items

    Cartagena Shopping

    If your on a tight budget shop at Exito, which is the main supermarket. They usually have sales on special items, two for the price of one. The security guards will stop you on arrival and your exit to check your bags, in some shops you have to leave your bag in a locker of which you get the key. Normally in supermarkets they check your receipt on...

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Salento

See all 88 Salento Tips
  • Amazing Little Restaurant in Salento

    Salento Restaurants

    This little restaurant located off of the main street (about 50 feet) at calle 4, Numero 5 - 54, was recommended by our hostel. We tried it once and ended up eating dinner there 3 times during our 4 night stay. After 2 weeks of plato-typico we were craving something a little bit different. This little restaurant is ridiculously lovely. You look in...

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  • Hostel Tralala

    Salento Hotels

    Carrera 7 No 6 - 45, Salento, Colombia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Restaurant in Salento

    Salento Restaurants

    This little restaurant located off of the main street (about 50 feet) at calle 4, Numero 5 - 54, was recommended by our hostel. We tried it once and ended up eating dinner there 3 times during our 4 night stay. After 2 weeks of plato-typico we were craving something a little bit different. This little restaurant is ridiculously lovely. You look in...

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Bucaramanga

See all 28 Bucaramanga Tips
  • From Pamplona - via Bucaramanga - to San...

    Bucaramanga Transportation

    I left the hotel at 6.50 and walked to the bus terminal. As I arrived to the terminal I bought a water and a coffee. While I was doing this a driver came over and asked if I was going to Bucaramanga (where I had to change) because the bus was leaving now. 7.05 the bus left the terminal in Pamplona and I thought I was very lucky and that I probably...

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  • Dann Carlton Bucaramanga Hotel

    Bucaramanga Hotels

    Photograph taken of the ewb site of the hotel. This hotel has 9 conferences rooms with all the...

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  • Eating: "Onces" in Giron

    Bucaramanga Things to Do

    You should try the "Onces" in Giron. Giron is a beautiful colonial town near to Bucaramanga. There is a restaurant very traditional called "La casona". People of Santander use to go there in the afternoons with family and friends to enjoy a deliciuos "onces" as chocolate, cheese, "arepa santandereana", cookies, cakes and more.Also you can walk...

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Villa de Leiva

See all 101 Villa de Leiva Tips
  • Old Town

    Villa de Leiva Things to Do

    Most of Villa de Leiva looks much as it probably did in colonial times but some of the most interesting things to see are the places where it shows its age. This wall near the market is very cool, worn by the elements, covered in Cactus and Flowers

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  • The Pool at Duruello

    Villa de Leiva Things to Do

    Another tip about the resort we stayed at, the other places in town might have colonial charm and be in the city, but the only pool I saw was the Beautiful group of pools at the resort. A series of 4 pools each with an infinity pool style drop off into the pool below lets you hang at the edge of the pool and look out over the town. There are also 3...

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  • Amazing romantic getaway

    Villa de Leiva Favorites

    Villa de Leyva is a charming place. Amazing colonial architecture that remained untouched for the years, even being one of the most important places during the independence wars. History, architecture, and envolving great environement. Only a couple of hours away from the capital. You may think there is no much to see, but if you get there, there s...

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Zipaquirá

See all 58 Zipaquirá Tips
  • even a day trip needs some packing

    Zipaquirá What to Pack

    If doing Zipaquira en route to Villa de Leyva you would be best served by a backpack if you are going directly to the next town after your tour. Lugging anything else around would be crazy. Comfortable shoes are a must as the mine is pretty large and you'll do a fair amount of walking inside it. Bring a sweater or jacket as it's quite cool in the...

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  • food stands

    Zipaquirá Tourist Traps

    The food stands that are just outside the entrance to the mine seem fairly priced at first but the portions are much smaller than what you would get for similar prices in even a big city like Bogota. We split something and it was not enough to get either of us remotely full which would not be the case in town. There are picnic areas and many...

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  • the tripod factor

    Zipaquirá Local Customs

    Getting good shots inside the salt cathedral is tricky. Thankfully, even simple digital cameras can give you fair shots but to get truly good ones, you'll need a tripod, something that is not allowed in the mine. That said, I found that as long as I waited for each wave of a tour to pass, I could set up my tripod easily enough and there were no...

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