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Professionally created itinerary lets you complete the tour through Central Asia just for 27 days, explore all the highlights of Central Asia, learning its history, enjoy its breathtaking nature, and experience local traditions and culture : Charyn Canyon in Kazakhstan - a natural complex, unique of its kind not only in Kazakhstan, but also throughout the world. It was formed in the epoch of the P...

Professionally created itinerary lets you complete the tour through Central Asia just for 27 days, explore all the highlights of Central Asia, learning its history, enjoy its breathtaking nature, and experience local traditions and culture : Charyn Canyon in Kazakhstan - a natural complex, unique of its kind not only in Kazakhstan, but also throughout the world. It was formed in the epoch of the Paleogene and reminds you of the Colorado Grand Canyon in North America, though inferior to it in size. Ala-archa National Park of Kyrgyzstan –explore snow-covered peaks rising above 4,500 meters, steep forested slopes, picturesque meadows, unique alpine wildlife and fast-flowing rivers. Issyk-Kul Lake in Kyrgyzstan – lake, called"the pearl of Central Asia" is the world’s second largest alpine lake, lying at 1609 m above sea level. Iskander Kul Lake in Tajikistan –named after Alexander the Great, this stunning alpine lake of glacial origin in Sugd Province is popular tourist attraction, the most visited spot in the Fann Mountains, makes you relax and forget about everything for a moment. Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand of Uzbekistan –explore ancient Silk Road, blue domes of majestic Madrasas and Mausoleums, existing for more than 500 years. Gas crater in Turkmenistan – called “Door to hell”, bewitching and intriguing view of the flame burning in the middle of desert, like a mysterious thing of earth leaves an unforgettable picture on visitors’ memory.

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Day 1: Welcome to Almaty, Kazakhstan

Arrival to Almaty, the Southern capital of Kazakhstan. Welcome by guide and driver at Almaty International airport, transfer to hotel and leave luggage (standard check-in time at/after 14:00).

At 10:00 start Almaty Grand Tour (6 hours): 

The tour starts with sightseeing in central part of Almaty. You will visit a popular place for townpeople - the Green Bazaar, where it is impossible to refrain from shopping. It is the great chance to experience an atmosphere of the real Central Asian market, its colors, smells and crowds. Then the tour will continue in one of the oldest Almaty park – Panfilov Park, where you will see one of the unique wooden building in the world – Zenkov Cathedral and also visit the Memorial of Glory and Eternal Flame, dedicated to the memory of the fighters who died for freedom and independence of the country.

After, you will go to the Medeo Gorge, where the highest mountain skating rink in the world is located, as well as the dam, protecting the city from dangerous mudflow.

Next destination is the Kok-Tobe hill where the tallest TV tower in the world is located (if to count from the sea level) and where you will go by the picturesque winding mountain road. You can stroll along the winding paths of the Kok-Tobe park, admire the magnificient panorama of the city from the special observation deck and visit the shop of national souvenirs. 

The tour ends with the short ride from the top of the hill to the center of the city by the famous Almaty cableway. Return to the hotel.

Kazakhstan, Almaty
Night at Kazakhstan Hotel (Almaty)

Day 2: The Charyn canyon trip

Breakfast at hotel.

Charyn Canyon is one of the unique natural monuments of Kazakhstan. The canyon is about 12 million years old and surprises with its vertical cliffs, reminding the ancient castles, created by wind, sun and rain.  
It will take about 3 hours to reach the canyon. Meanwhile, you will hear a lot of interesting about the history and nature of the region, about Kazakh people, their life and traditions as well as have a lunch in a local cafe.

And as soon as you see Charyn Canyon you will forget about this long way at once - so much you will be impressed with the beauty and splendor of the canyon. You can admire the grand panorama and then have a walk through the maze of the Castles Valley with its inaccessible walls overhanging you.

Anyone who has ever been to the Charyn Canyon, falls in love with it forever!

Almaty, Charyn Canyon National Park
Night at Kazakhstan Hotel (Almaty)

Day 3: Arrival in Kyrgyzstan

Breakfast at hotel.

In the morning meet the driver at hotel and transfer to Kazak-Kyrgyz borders.

Your guide will pick you up at Kazakh-Kyrgyz border and accompany you to the capital city of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek city is the capital and the largest city of Kyrgyzstan. Bishkek is situated at about 800 meters (2,600 ft) altitude near the northern range of the Kyrgyz Ala Too range. This range is an extension of the Tian Shan mountains, which rises up to 4,855 meters (15,928 ft) and provides a spectacular backdrop to the city. This entire day is dedicated to a guided tour of Bishkek. It includes visiting Pobeda Square (Victory Square), Duboviy Park (Oak Park), Central Ala-Too Square, the National Arts Museum, National Philharmonic, and many others places of interest.

Almaty, Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek
Night at Plaza Hotel (Bishkek)

Day 4: Exploring the Ala Archa gorge natural Park

Breakfast at hotel.

In the morning driver will pick you up for the trip to Ala Archa gorge. It is a Natural Park. At the Soviet Time only V.I.P. people had permission to go for a walk there. The Ala Archa gorge is on a spur of the Tien Shan mountain range. It is just 45 km from Bishkek. You can have a short hiking tour to see a panoramic view of the gorge. Afterwards, return to Bishkek and you will have some free time for shopping.

Bishkek, Ala Archa Gorge
Night at Plaza Hotel (Bishkek)

Day 5: Visiting the pearl of Central Asia

Your guide will pick you up at 8 a.m for the transfer to Issyk Kul Lake, surrounded by the celestial mountains. It’s the second largest alpine lake in the world (1608 m. above sea level). The lake is called "the pearl of Central Asia". Due to the salty water, Lake Issyk Kul possesses curative qualities. On route to the lake you will visit Burana Tower (an 11th century minaret) and an open air museum of Balbals (stone warriors).

Bishkek, Burana, Issyk Kul
Night at Karven Hotel (Issyk-Kul Region)

Day 6: Discover the old petroglyphs on the road to Karakol city

The day starts with a breakfast at 8 o’clock. Afterwards, you will start your trip to Karakol city.

On the way, we will take a short break to give you the opportunity to visit ancient stone inscriptions (dating back to 800 B.C.). These petroglyphs were made more than 2 000 years ago by shamans. Then we continue our way along the northern shore of the lake to the town of Karakol. You will visit the Dungan mosque. One of its highlights is the fact that it was built in a Chinese style without using a single metal nail. The mosque will be followed by a visit to an old wooden Orthodox Church.

Issyk Kul, Karakol
Green Yard Hotel (Karakol)

Day 7: Stunning view on the top of Skazka canyon

Breakfast in gueshouse.

Today we will drive to Jeti Oguz gorge. It’s famous for its red rocks formations that have a name Seven Bulls – Jeti Oguz. Also you will see there the Broken Heart Mountain. If you want it is possible to go on a top of a mountain (20 minutes) to see a panorama view of the gorge. On the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul, about 4 km from the village of Tosor there is an unusual place – Skazka (Fairy Tale) Canyon. Skazka is a wonderful place where the red sand formation, take various fabulous forms. Then we continue our trip, breaking in Bokonbaeva village, where we will meet a local eagle-hunter. He hunts hares and foxes with the help of eagles (a traditional way of nomadic hunting).

Night is in a home stay. 

Karakol, Jeti-Oguz District, Issyk Kul, Skazka, Kochkor

Day 8: Discover the making of ​national felt carpets

Breakfast in a homestay.

In Kochkor village a local family will show you how our national felt carpets are made. You can even learn the art of felt making and create your own carpet together with them! You will have a chance to make your own picture with a help of colored wool and then all together we will beat it in a special way to get a nice felt carpet.  You will also get to visit a small handicraft museum there. They have many examples of silver decorations, coats made of wolves, horse saddle decorations, carpets and more.

Afterwards you will be transferred to the capital of Kyrgyzstan – Bishkek city. Upon arrival you will visit our Asian Bazaar! We will show it to you today and you will be able to take a lot of dynamic photos of bustling local life. This bazaar is a noisy and colorful tapestry of fabrics, produce, and people selling and buying goods.

Kochkor, Bishkek
Night at Plaza Hotel (Bishkek)

Day 9: Hike into the Suleiman mountain

In the morning we will transfer you to the airport for a flight to the city of Osh. In Osh city you will have a walk and will get to visit a famous and special place - Suleiman Mountain. Suleiman Too (Solomon’s Mountain) is situated in the city center and it is considered a place of pilgrimage for local Muslims, because according to the legend, biblical prophet Solomon (Suleiman, in the Koran) was buried at the foot of it. It is not a real city tour without visiting our Asian Bazaar. We will show it to you today and you will be able to take a lot of photos there.

Bishkek, Osh
Sun Rise  (Osh)

Day 10: Arrival in Uzbekistan

Breakfast at hotel.

Transfer to Uzbek-Kyrgyz borders. Upon arrival in Uzbekistan, meet your driver and transfer to Fergana. After, transfer to hotel (check-in at/after 14:00).

Osh, Republic of Uzbekistan, Dustlik, Fergana
Club 777  (Fergana)

Day 11: Visit the well-known ceramic master Rustam Usmanov

Breakfast at hotel.

Meet your driver at hotel and transfer to Tashkent.

Drive through mountains and pass of (2 268m neck) Kamchik, located in the Chatkal mountains range. Make rest stop en route in Kokand and visit the palace of Khudoyar Khan and Juma mosque.

Lunch time.

Going on the road, make another rest stop en route in Rishtan, the center of ceramics in the region. Visit the house of a well-known ceramic master Rustam Usmanov whose works are exhibited on world exhibitions. Enjoy a pottery workshop and have a look at ceramic collection in a small museum.

Arrival in Tashkent, transfer and check-in to hotel.

Fergana, KokandTashkent
Ramada (Tashkent)

Day 12: Sightseeing tour of Tashkent old town

Breakfast at hotel.

At 09:00 meet your guide at hotel. Start sightseeing tour from “Old town” of Tashkent, which has retained much of its charm. There you will visit Khast Imam complex, where located the tomb of the first Imam of Tashkent, as well Tilla-sheikh Mosque, Barak Khan Madrassa and Juma Mosque. There is a library in the complex, which contains the remaining fragments of the world’s first Osmanian Koran. Then, you will visit Kukeldash Madrassa.

Explore one of the biggest Bazaars of Uzbekistan, Chorsu.

After the lunch you will visit Independence Square, Amir Temur Square and the Museum of Applied Arts.

Shodlik Palace (Tashkent)

Day 13: Arrival in Tajikistan

Breakfast at hotel.

Transfer to Uzbek-Tajik borders.

Upon arrival in Tajikistan side, meet the driver and transfer to Khujand. Short excursion in Khujand city and visits to: Panjshanbe bazar, mosque and medrese name of Moslehiddin, Sirdaria river and museum of antiquities name of Timurmalik.

TashkentRepublic of Tajikistan, Khujand
Night at Firuz Hotel (Khujand)

Day 14: Departure to the Dushanbe city 

Breakfast at hotel.

Departure to the Dushanbe city through Shakhristan and Anzob tunnels and along Varzob gorge. Make rest stop en route and visit Istaravshan: Mugh teppa fortress, Kok-Gumbaz and Chor-Gumbaz mosque and local bazaar. After, going on the road to Dushanbe. Lunch on the way.

Upon arrival in Dushanbe transfer to hotel, check-in and overnight.

Khujand, Istaravshan, Dushanbe
Night at Taj Palace (Dushanbe)

Day 15: Full day sightseeing tour in Dushanbe city

Breakfast at hotel.

Visit to Opera & Ballet theater, Dusti square, monument of Somoni, park name of the Rudaki, national library, Castle of Nation, Flagpole, National museum of Tajikistan. 
Visit  “Kokhi Nawruz” complex of official meetings of presidents and place for government summits, also national wedding hall, tee house, new Bazar “ Mehrgon”  and souvenir shop “Ruhom”, which offers the souvenirs, made from the stones of Pamir mountains.

Departure to the Hissar. Visit reconstruction of  Hissar fortress (residence of the Bukhara Emir, XVI c.), old medrese and small museum. Drive back to Dushanbe.

Visit Bazar and Park of the victory.

Night at Taj Palace (Dushanbe)

Day 16: Early departure to the Iskanderkul lake

In the morning early departure to the Iskanderkul lake along Varzob gorge and Anzob tunnel.

Turquoise, calm and surrounded by great ranges of Fann Mountains it known far beyond Tajikistan borders. It is one of the most spectacular and picturesque places in Fann mountains. There is almost no aquatic life in the lake due to high concentration of minerals and only small loach survives in such waters.

The lake named after the great military leader and conqueror Alexander the Great who to be said passed the lake on his way to India. Iskander is Persian equivalent for Alexander while kul means lake in many turkic languages.

Not far from the lake Iskanderdaria River, there is a 38 metres waterfall, known as "Niagara". 

There is an observation desk, standing where you can spend time watching the water falling.

Near here is an old Archa or juniper tree with thousands of ribbons, pieces of fabrics and even cloth labels tighten over. You can tight the ribbon and make wish which will, of course, come true some day.

Night at tourists base camp (2*) Cottages.

Dushanbe, Kŭli Iskandarkŭl

Day 17: Explore the Seven lakes at Marguzor

In early morning departure to Marguzor Seven lakes (“Haft Kul”), passing by Ayni district and along Zeravshan valley. Driving along beautiful Marguzor lakes till the lake № 6, photo stops and short walking trips on the way. Lunch in local house in Padrud village, after explore lake № 7.

According to the ancient legend, a long time ago an old man got lost in the valley and his seven daughters came to look for him. Nobody respond to their call and the man was never found so the girls sat along the narrow trail and cried. Tears filled the valley up and girls drown. They died but 7 lakes, beautiful and different like 7 girls, remind us about the case. All of them were really beautiful but the most beautiful was the youngest - Mijgon, and the first lake then you enter the valley at 1640 m got the same name and considered to be the most beautiful among the others.

You can trust the legend or scientists who say that there was less tragedy in the story and the lakes were created as a result of frequent earthquakes or mud slides that sealed off the Shing river in the past.

The lakes are mostly filled with melted waters received from the glaciers in the upper reaches of the valley.

Lakes appear in the following succession: Mijgon at 1640 m, Saya at 1740 m,  Gushor,  Nofin at 1820 m, Hurdak at 1870 m, Marguzor at 2140 m and Hazorchashma.

Free time for walking.

Kŭli Iskandarkŭl, Marguzor, Pendjikent
Night at Sogdiana Inn (Pendjikent )

Day 18: Arrival in Uzbekistan

Breakfast at hotel.

In the morning visit local Bazar, after, transfer to Uzbek - Tajik border point. On the way make rest stop and visit Proto-urban Site of Sarazm (U.N.E.S.C.O.). 
Sarazm, which means “where the land begins”, is an archaeological site bearing testimony to the development of human settlements in Central Asia, from the 4th millennium BCE to the end of the 3rd millennium BCE. The ruins demonstrate the early development of proto-urbanization in this region. This centre of settlement, one of the oldest in Central Asia, is situated between a mountainous region suitable for cattle rearing by nomadic pastoralists, and a large valley conducive to the development of agriculture and irrigation by the first settled populations in the region. Sarazm also demonstrates the existence of commercial and cultural exchanges and trade relations with peoples over an extensive geographical area, extending from the steppes of Central Asia and Turkmenistan, to the Iranian plateau, the Indus valley and as far as the Indian Ocean.

Upon arrival in Samarkand, meet the driver and transfer to hotel.

Pendjikent , Sarazm, Republic of Uzbekistan, Samarkand
Night at Zilol Baxt (Samarkand)

Day 19: Sightseeing tour in Samarkand

Breakfast at the hotel.

In the morning meet your guide at the hotel and begin sightseeing tour in Samarkand: The Registan Square (“Sandy Place”), the ensemble of three madrasahs (the Ulughbek Madrasah (1417-1420), the Sher Dor Madrasah (1619-1636) and the Tillya Kori Madrasah (1646-1660)) is a unique example of town-building art, a remarkable pattern of the architectural planning of the main town square; The Gur-Amir Mausoleum –a world known masterpiece of Central Asian architecture, the family crypt of the great dynasty of Tamerlane, with a fine ribbed dome and decorated with paper-maché inside.

Lunch time.

In the afternoon you will explore other miracles of the city: The Pearl of Samarkand – Bibi Khanum Mosque. Constructed in 1399 by the best architects and artisans of Khorossan, Azerbaijan, Persia and India, the mosque was compared on the beauty and shining with the Milky Way; the Siyab Bazaar, the most ancient and biggest in Samarkand; the Shakhi-Zinda ensemble with more than 20 buildings, built from early XI up to XIV cc. Each mausoleum has its own style of decoration and great fantasy of skillful artisans.

Night at Zilol Baxt (Samarkand)

Day 20: Visiting the gigantic entrance portal of Ak-Sarai Palace

Breakfast at the hotel.

In the morning drive to Bukhara via Shakhrisabz city.

There will be 2 rest stops en-route: in Demons Plateau close to Urgut city, explore ancient stone objects which got fantastic shapes of demons, second photo stop will be in the highest point of Takhtaracha pass.

Upon arrival in Shakhrisabz gigantic entrance portal of Ak-Sarai Palace will welcome you. Excursion to the Mausoleum of Jakhongir (Elder son of Temurlane) and Amir Temur’s empty tom in Dorus Siadat Complex; The mausoleum of Shamsiddin Kulal –Temur’s and his father’s spiritual director, the mausoleum of Ulugbek’s (Temurlane’s grandson, great astronomer) descendants and Kuk Gumbaz main Friday Mosque in  Dorut Tilavat Ensemble.

Lunch time. In the afternoon drive back to Samarkand. Upon arrival transfer and check-in to the hotel.

SamarkandShakhrisazb, Bukhara
Lyabi Hauz (Bukhara)

Day 21: Discover the most mysterious city of the Silk Road and its magnificent historical monuments

Breakfast at hotel.

In the morning meet your guide at hotel and start to discover the most mysterious city of the Silk Road –Bukhara and its magnificent historical monuments that attract thousands of visitors by their beauty.

Full day sightseeing program includes the visits to: Architectural complex Poi-Kalyan (means «Foot of the Great»), consists of three constructions built in XII-XVI centuries: madrasah Miri-Arab, mosque and minaret Kalyan – “Great minaret” is the main decoration of the complex; the madrasa of Ulug Beg and Abdulaziz Khan. Built in 1652, a few centuries later than Ulugh-Beg Madrasah (built in 1417), Abdulaziz-Khan Madrasa marks the remarkable progress of medieval Central Asian architecture; Tim Abdullah Khan – a covered bazaar built in 1577; Magok-i Attari Mosque (today, Museum of Carpets) is one of the oldest architectural monuments where you will find heathen shrines, the remains of a Buddhist monastery, a Zoroastrian Temple in Bukhara. Lunch time.

In the afternoon continue to explore other monuments, as: architectural ensemble Laybi-Hauz (means «the shore of reservoir»), consists of three monumental buildings: Kukeldash madrassa and two other religious buildings: Hanaka on the west and Madrasah of Nadir Divan-Begi on the east; Ark-Citadel –a residence of Bukhara khans, a massive fortress, built and occupied around the 5th century AD. Bolo-Hauz Mosque, built in the 17th century, was a place of prayer for the Emirs and their entourage. It is the only preserved monument in Registan Square that includes: multi-column aivan, domed mosque, minaret and a small pool; the mausoleum of Ismail Samani, one of the most ancient monuments in the city, mausoleum Chashma Ayub, or "Source of Job"; the mosque Chor Minor «Four Minarets», hidden in the alleys of the ancient district of the city, an example of XIX cc. monument.

Lyabi Hauz (Bukhara)

Day 22: Arrival in Turkmenistan

Early in the morning transfer to Uzbek-Turkmen borders.

Arrival at BP Farap before lunch break at post. Transfer to Mary. Excursion to Ancient Merv (UNESCO), an ancient city that was a major center of international trade and crafts located on the Silk Road.

Discover historical park with Sultan Sanjar Mausoleum, Large and Small Gyz Gala, Erk Kala, Gyaur Kala, Keshk Fortress and others.

Transfer to airport for evening flight to Ashgabat, ETD 1930h, and ETA 2010h.

Bukhara, Farab, MervMary, AshgabatTurkmenistan
Grand Turkmen (Ashgabat)

Day 23: Camping at Darwaza gas crater

Breakfast at hotel. In the morning city tour, including visits of National Museum, Independence Park, Neutrality Arch and Russian Bazaar.

Drive to Darwaza gas crater located in the middle of Karakum desert Empire. Arrive at the crater, set up the camp. Enjoy a delicious fire-cooked meal for dinner near the burning gas crater.

Overnight in Tents Camping.


Day 24: Explore all the historical sites of Kunya Urgench

In the morning depart Gaz crater and drive to Kunya Urgench (UNESCO) for excursion.

Kunya Urgench was the capital of the Great Khorezm Empire in 1st c. A.D.

Today, all historical sites of Kunya Urgench are included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.  There you will meet your guide and explore: the highest minaret of Central Asia –Kutlug-Timur minaret (XII-XIV c., 67 m), the mausoleum of Nadjmiddin-Kubra (the founder of "Kubra" Sufi sect) (XII-XIII c.c.), the mausoleum of Mongol princess Torebeg-Khanum (Turabek-Khanum (XII-XIV c.c.), Mamun minaret (X-XI c.c.), Kyrk-Mollah mausoleum (II c. B.C. - III c. A.D.), Ibn-Khadjib madrassah (XIV-XVI c.c.), Arslan mausoleum – the oldest building in the city (approximately XI c.).

Lunch time. After, continue sightseeing tour and explore: Fakhr-ad-Din-Razi mausoleum (XIII c.) and other mausoleums, minarets and fortresses.

After, drive to Uzbekistan-Turkmenistan, border point Shavat-Dashoguz. Upon arrival, meet the driver in Uzbek side and transfer to Khiva.

Darwaza, Dashoguz, Shavat, Khiva
Euro Asia (Khiva)

Day 25: Excursion in all monuments of Ichan Kala

Breakfast at hotel.

Explore marvelous city, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sightseeing program includes excursion in all monuments of Ichan Kala. Ichan Kala is the inner town (protected by brick walls some 10 m high) of the old Khiva oasis, which was the last resting-place of caravans before crossing the desert to Iran. Although few very old monuments still remain, it is a coherent and well-preserved example of the Muslim architecture of Central Asia: Juma Mosque, constitutes remarkable type of architecture of XVII cc.; Kunya Ark –the 'ancient fortress', established in 1686 - 1688 by Arang-Khan; to south of Kunya Ark were found Kalta Minor and the Medresa of Muhammad-Amin-Khan; The Tash-Kauli Palace, built in 1830 - 1838 for Alla-Kulli-Khan, (whose name means 'slave of God', he was blissfully unaware of the plans being put into place in Russia for a massive invasion).

Lunch time.

After, explore other exceptional monuments, situated in Ichan Kala – the Mausoleum of Pahlavan Mahmud (1247 - 1325); the Mausoleum of Sayid All-Uddin, which has retained its XIVth-century layout intact; the Medresa of Islam-Khodja (1908 - 1910), with its elegant minaret, at 45 m the highest in Khiva; The Medresa of Alla-Kuli, built in 1835 in an awkward space near the east gate of the inner town, is a celebrated example of harmonious blending into an ancient urban fabric.

Dinner time.

Euro Asia (Khiva)

Day 26: Full day for personal explore

Breakfast at hotel.

Check-out from hotel at/before 12:00 (midday). 
Full day for personal explore.

In the evening meet the driver at hotel and transfer to the airport of Urgench to take domestic flight to Tashkent. Upon arrival at the airport of Tashkent, meet the driver and transfer to hotel.

Ramada (Tashkent)

Day 27: Tashkent departure

Breakfast at hotel.

Transfer to the International Airport for taking flight to Homeland. Have a safe flight!

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KazakhstanAlmatyCharyn Canyon National ParkKyrgyzstanBishkekAla Archa GorgeBuranaIssyk KulKarakolJeti-Oguz DistrictSkazkaKochkorOshRepublic of UzbekistanDustlikFerganaKokandTashkentRepublic of TajikistanKhujandIstaravshanDushanbeDushanbeKŭli IskandarkŭlMarguzorPendjikent SarazmSamarkandShakhrisazbBukharaFarabMervMaryAshgabatTurkmenistanDarwazaDashoguzShavatKhivaUrgench

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