4 June 2019 • 30 Day Six Country Grand Voyage • All-Inclusive Package

  • Pricing

    per person twin share

    $14,695 per person in a Standard Outside Cabin


    $16,450 per person in an Premium Outside Cabin


    $18,450 per person in an Deluxe Outside Stateroom


    $21,095 per person in an Deluxe Balcony Stateroom

    single per person

    $15,850 per person in a Standard Inside Cabin


    $16,895 per person in a Standard Outside Cabin


    $18,895 per person in a Premium Outside Cabin

    Inclusions

    • Return economy flights from Australia to Seville and return from Copenhagen
    • 27-night cruise on board Aegean Odyssey
    • 2-night hotel stay & transfer in Seville
    • All meals onboard cruise, including afternoon tea & late night snacks
    • Wine, beer or soft drinks with dinner on board
    • 19 included shore excursions
    • Onboard award winning lecture programs with expert guest speakers
    • Port charges and government fees
    • Shipboard gratuities

    Highlights

    • Visit the Portuguese capital of Lisbon
    • Explore the Spanish cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
    • Enjoy wine tasting in Bordeaux
    • Spend a day in the cosmopolitan British capital of London
    • Cruise north to the breathtaking fjords and remote ports of Norway’s North Cape, as well as the traditional houses of Tromso
    • Visit Lerwick in the Shetland Islands
    • Stroll through Bergen, one of Norway’s biggest ports
    • Step ashore in a brand new port-of-call for 2019, Alesund at the mouth of the Geirangerfjord, which is renowned for its abundance of Art Nouveau architecture
    • Explore Norway’s former Viking capital of Trondheim and visit the charming wooden houses of Stavanger
    • Experience an overnight stay in the Danish capital of Copenhagen, one of the friendliest and most beautiful cities in Europe

     

    Advertised prices are person twin share (unless stated otherwise), correct at time of publication and are subject to availability and change at any time without notification due to fluctuations in charges, taxes and currency. Offer is valid on new bookings only. Fares include hotel stays as detailed for each itinerary, gratuities & port taxes (correct as at 6 Jul 2018). Valid for new bookings only. Cancelled bookings are subject to cancellation penalties as per the terms and conditions. ^All fly free offers are capacity controlled and can be withdrawn or modified at any time without notice. Fly free offer is subject to availability. Airfare is a flexible economy class fare and based on specific airlines, routing and class. Valid for flights to/from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth. Pre and post hotel accommodation and transfers from airport/port/hotel offered on dates specified on itinerary only, ask for details. Single cabins are limited details available on request. Other conditions apply. Please contact us for full terms and conditions. Fly free offer and bonus onboard credit offer only available until 31 Aug or until sold out.
  • Itinerary

    Day 1: 4 June – SEVILLE , SPAIN
    Arrive into Seville and transfer to hotel

    Day 2: 5 June – SEVILLE , SPAIN

    Visit the historic quarter of Cordoba
     
    Included full day tour – In its history, Cordoba has been both a capital of a Roman province and capital of the Arab state of Al-Andalus. A great cultural reference point in Europe, this ancient city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains a mixture of wonderful buildings, monuments and artefacts that are a reminder of the cultures that have settled it throughout history. 

    The historic quarter of Cordoba is a beautiful network of small streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards arranged around the Mezquita, which reflects the city’s prominent place in the Islamic world during medieval times. You will visit the most famous and inspiring monuments of the city, including the Roman Bridge and the famous Great Mosque, a building that was considered a wonder of the medieval world by both Muslims and Christians. The building is most notable for its giant arches with over 1,000 columns of jasper, onyx, marble and granite. These were made from pieces of the Roman temple that had occupied the site previously. When Cordoba was re-conquered from the Moors in 1236 by King Ferdinand III of Castile, the mosque became a Catholic church.

    Another highlight is the old Jewish quarter. You will have the opportunity to visit the ancient market, now transformed to artisan market, and walk through the well known “Calle de las Flores” or “street of flowers”, a beautiful example of a typical Andalusian street decorated with plants and flowers. Before heading to lunch, you will have some time at leisure to explore the city independently.

    Day 3: 6 June – SEVILLE , SPAIN, cruise departing 10pm
    Embark Aegean Odyssey in Seville

    Day 4: 7 June – AT SEA

    Cruise along the Guadalquivir River

    Day 5: 8 June – LISBON , PORTUGAL, 7am to 8pm

    City tour including Alfama, the oldest quarter, the Church of Jeronimos and the Maritime Museum. Optional afternoon tour available.

    Cordoba, Seville, Spain

     
    Lisbon City Highlights included half day tour – Heading towards the west side of Lisbon, you will arrive at the historical Belem Quarter, a pleasant riverside area that has historic links with the 15th-century Portuguese Age of Discovery as it was from here that the Caravels set sail on their voyages to the New World. Belem is also where the most famous Lisbon’s landmarks are located including the Belem Tower, the Discoveries Monument and the Monastery of Jeronimos. Belem’s undisputed heart-stealer is this UNESCO-listed monastery. The mosteiro was commissioned by Manuel I to trumpet Vasco da Gama’s discovery of a sea route to India in 1498 and the great explorer is interred in the church here.

    Then take a scenic drive from Belem to the city centre passing by the Alfama Quarter, Baixa (Downtown), Restauradores, and the fancy Avenida da Liberdade with its highend shops. Stop at Alto do Parque to admire Lisbon from the north and from here you have an astonishing view to the banks of the River Tagus.

    Afterwards stop at Rossio Square where you can enjoy some free time. Praca do Rossio, or the Rossio Square, is one of the most beautiful places to see in Lisbon. The square, which is located in downtown Lisbon, has been a witness to various historical events in the city, from popular celebrations and revolutions to executions and bullfights. Today, Praca do Rossio is a popular destination both for locals and tourists. Every day, people from different places flock to the square to relax, hang out, and just take in the atmosphere.

    Day 6: 9 June – OPORTO , PORTUGAL, 1pm to 8pm

    A visit to Oporto City where you will visit a Romanesque-style Cathedral, then on to a wine estate for a tasting of port wine.
     
    Oporto City & Port Tasting included tour – Historically, Oporto is no doubt one of the most important cities in Portugal. The town centre dates mainly from the 18th century, when trade was booming and merchants embellished the city with large squares and avenues that made a big contrast with the narrow little streets of the old medieval quarters, and all around you can see the façades of elegant homes and palaces that show how prosperous they were in days gone by.

    Our first stop is the Romanesque-style Cathedral, built in the 12th century and extensively rebuilt in the 17th and 18th centuries. You’ll be able to admire the interior and see the altar dating from the baroque period.

    Next you’ll visit the Stock Exchange Palace, built in the 19th century to impress European investors. The surprising Moorish decorated rooms are nowadays used by the Chamber of Commerce, the President and members of the government for official receptions. You’ll cross the Douro River by way of the unique double-decker Dom Luis Bridge to Gaia to visit a well-known wine cellar for a tasting of the port wine.

    Day 7: 10 June – VIGO , SPAIN, 6am to 8pm

    Lisbon, Spain

    A tour to magnificent Santiago de Compostela, its medieval town, Cathedral and museum or discover Vigo by boat with mussel tasting along the way.

    Santiago de Compostela included full day tour – Vigo, the Gateway to the Atlantic, is a great combination of ancient history, beautiful beaches and a modern cosmopolitan outlook. This Galician city also has a proud heritage. Vigo was where the Roman Empire met the ocean and, in the 19th century, it became the main transatlantic departure point for a nation.

    Leave Vigo by road for Santiago de Compostela one of the most important places in Catholicism, because it is reputed to be the place where St James, one of the twelve Apostles of Christ, is buried.

    On arrival, enjoy a guided tour of Obradoiro Square. Named after the workmen who built the Cathedral, this square sits in front of the main entrance of the Cathedral on its northern façade.

    Facing the Cathedral is the Palacio de Rajoy that was built in the eighteenth century to house the choirboys and a seminary for priests. It was later used as a prison and is now the Town Hall. Facing the Cathedral is the Hostal dos Reis Catolicos that was built as a hospital for pilgrims during the reign of the Catholic kings in the XV century and today is one of the most beautiful buildings combining different styles such as Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque.

    The Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela is the reputed burial-place of Saint James, one of the apostles of Jesus Christ, and it has been a place of pilgrimage on the Way of St James since the early Middle Ages. What we see today is actually the fourth church to stand on this spot. The lavish baroque façade facing Praza do Obradoiro was erected in the 18th century, replacing the weather-damaged Romanesque one. This is the cathedral’s main entrance, but owing to repair work on the towers and interior, it’s likely to be closed until about 2021. In the meantime, most people enter through the south door on Praza das Praterias.

    Vigo Boat Experience included half day tour – Enjoy a panoramic tour by boat along the beautiful bay of Vigo. First stop is at the “Bateas” or wooden floating docks located in the estuary, used to grow mussels. Galician mussels are world known for its quality. There are around 3,400 rafts producing mussels throughout Galicia. Your guide will point out the main aspects and impacts of mussel farming in the region. Continue passing by the  “Rande bridge”  where the “Battle of Rande” took place during the opening years of the War of the Spanish Succession. Next stop is at the San Simon island, a place full of old stories of pirates, naval battles and also, in recent years, it was a prison during the Franco´s regime. During the cruise you will be enjoy a tasting of some mussels accompanied with Galician white wine.

    Day 8: 11 June – AT SEA

    Day 9: 12 June – BORDEAUX , FRANCE, 5pm overnight

    Cruise up the Gironde River to berth in the heart of Bordeaux.

    Day 10: 13 June – BORDEAUX , FRANCE, depart 4pm

    Bordeaux, France

    Visit the highlights of this UNESCO city, including the Palais Rohan. Or venture out of town to one of the prestigious wine estates for a tour of the cellars and tasting.

    UNESCO Bordeaux included half day tour – Depart by coach from the ship for a panoramic walking tour of Bordeaux. Drive along the river front where the wine trade has flourished for centuries and then view the Second World War German submarine base. In the summer of 1941, Admiral Dönitz decided to build highly fortified U-Boat pens in Bordeaux and construction began in September 1941. They were constructed with reinforced concrete and the roof above the pens was 5.6 m (18ft 4 in) thick.

    Then on to L’Esplanade des Quinconces. This is one of Europe’s largest squares (12 hectares) and its principal monument was erected between 1894 and 1902 in memory of the Girondists who fell victim of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. Stop at the Palais Rohan, the 18th-century former home of the Archbishop that is now the City Hall and walk to the 13th-century Cathedral of St Andrew, where Eleanor of Aquitaine married Louis VII, for an inside visit. Continue to the nearby the Grand Theatre de Bordeaux which was built by the architect Victor Louis and inaugurated in 1780. This is one of the most beautiful theatres in Europe and a pure work of art from the 18th century.

    Strolling through the Old Bordeaux area, you will come across beautiful squares such as La Place du Parlement, the former royal marketplace (1760) with its harmonious façades and fountain, and Place de la Bourse, the former royal square dedicated to Louis XV (1729). 

    Panoramic Bordeaux & Wine Tasting included half day tour – For many years Bordeaux was known as “La Belle au Bois Dormant” (Sleeping Beauty) due to its magnificent buildings being shrouded in centuries of black soot. Then in 2000, the mayor, former Prime Minister Alain Juppé, roused Bordeaux, restoring its neoclassical architecture and implementing a high-tech public transport system. His efforts paid off: in mid-2007 half of the entire city (18 sq km, from the outer boulevards to the banks of the Garonne) was UNESCOlisted, making it the largest urban World Heritage Site.

    After a panoramic tour of the main sites including the 13th-century cathedral, the Palais Rohan and the Grand Theatre de Bordeaux, you will leave the city for the nearby world-famous vineyards that surround Bordeaux.

    Saint-Emilion Village, Bordeaux, France

    The history of Bordeaux wine spans almost 2,000 years to Roman times when the first vineyards were planted. In the Middle Ages, the marriage of Henry Plantagenet and Eleanor of Aquitaine opened the Bordeaux region to the English market and eventually to the world’s stage. Today, Bordeaux wine remains the world’s most popular and sought-after wine. You will stop at one of the prestigious wine estates such as Chateau La Louvière, Chateau Haut Bailly, Chateau Carbonnieux or Chateau Latour-Martillac to visit their cellars, be introduced to the art of wine making and, of course, to enjoy a wine tasting.

    Medoc Vineyards & Wine Chateaux Road included half day tour – Chartrons, cradle of the Bordeaux wine trade, your tour of the Medoc starts just north of the city. The Medoc wine road, located between the Gironde estuary and the Landes forest, provides magnificent views of vine-covered gravelly rises as far as the eye can see. You will have the opportunity to take photos of some of the most famous Chateaux of the area i.e. Margaux, Pichon Longueville.

    Medoc vineyards are orderly and well-kept almost to the point of fanaticism, and the region’s world famous chateaux produce wine that are nothing short of divine… Moulis, Listrac, Saint Julien, Saint Estephe, Pauillac, Medoc, Haut Medoc and Margaux (with the celebrated chateau of the same name).

    You will visit the cellars of one of the following famous estates: Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron, Chateau Lynch-Bages, Chateau Lagrange or Chateau Kirwan. After your guided visit of the estate, you will be introduced to the secret wine-making techniques of the estate before following your guide to the tasting room to indulge yourself with their wines.

    Day 11: 14 June – LA ROCHELLE , FRANCE, 8am to 8pm

    Visit the attractive town of La Rochelle

    Day 12: 15 June – AT SEA

    Day 13: 16 June – GUERNSEY, CHANNEL ISLANDS , UNITED KINGDOM, 8am to 6pm

    Discover Guernsey with a choice of two tours.

    Castle Cornet & Town Walk included half day tour – St Peter Port has a fascinating history. A busy port since Roman times, its deep, safe anchorage and relative remoteness from France has made the town the Channel Islands’ premier harbour. It is a picturesque town with cobbled streets and narrow alleys filled with Regency buildings.

    Our first destination will be Castle Cornet, originally built on an island and now reachable by a 19th-century raised walkway. The castle dates from the 13th Century and was built on the site of Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements for use as a fortification against the French following the English loss of Normandy. Since then it has been partially destroyed and rebuilt many times to guard the entrance to the harbour and offer a sea defence between the islands of Herm, Jethou and Guernsey, and towards Sark over many centuries. 

    Guernsey, Channel Islands, UK

    After your guide has taken you around the key highlights, you will have free time to enjoy the ‘Story of Castle Cornet’ exhibition or explore the castle and some of its four small gardens within the walls, including the apothecary’s garden, kitchen garden and ornamental gardens. The castle contains a number of other interesting museums including the Maritime Museum, the Story of Castle Cornet Museum, the 201 Squadron RAF (Guernsey’s Own) Museum and the Militia Museum. You will then be able to return to Aegean Odyssey with your guide or on your own through the town.

    Scenic Island Drive included half day tour – This panoramic tour of the Island of Guernsey showcases its beautiful coastline of rocky cliffs and wild sandy bays. Before that, however, we will travel inland along some winding country lanes to visit the delightful Little Chapel, possibly the smallest church in the world, where we will make a short photo stop to admire this fascinating building, beautifully decorated with seashells, pebbles and colourful pieces of broken china. Built in 1914 by two brothers to replicate the grotto at Lourdes, the chapel is a true labour of love that took three attempts to get right.

    We will then continue to the wild cliffs at Pleinmont Point, on the south coast of the island, then west towards the broad sandy bays of Rocquaine Bay, with the Martello Tower of Fort Grey, Vazon Bay and Cobo Bay other highlights, before we return to St Peter Port.

    This panoramic tour of the Island of Guernsey showcases its beautiful coastline of rocky cliffs and wild sandy bays. Before that, however, we will travel inland along some winding country lanes to visit the delightful Little Chapel, possibly the smallest church in the world, where we will make a short photo stop to admire this fascinating building, beautifully decorated with seashells, pebbles and colourful pieces of broken china. Built in 1914 by two brothers to replicate the grotto at Lourdes, the chapel is a true labour of love that took three attempts to get right.

    We will then continue to the wild cliffs at Pleinmont Point, on the south coast of the island, then west towards the broad sandy bays of Rocquaine Bay, with the Martello Tower of Fort Grey, Vazon Bay and Cobo Bay other highlights, before we return to St Peter Port.

    Day 14: 17 June – HONFLEUR , FRANCE, 7am to 3pm

    A morning walking tour of Honfleur.

    Walking Tour of Honfleur included half day tour – The history of Honfleur, long sung about by poets and painted by famous artists, has always been tightly bound to the sea. Today, Honfleur offers visitors a unique heritage which can best be glimpsed by a leisurely stroll along its picturesque narrow streets lined by timber-framed houses.

    One of Honfleur’s major sites is St Catherine’s Church, which dates from the 15thcentury and also has the distinction of being France’s largest timber-built church. The separate bell tower, located opposite above the bell-ringer’s house, is likewise made of oak. Other sites of interest you will see on this tour are the Salt Warehouses, originally run by the Gabelle (tax on salt) collectors, the Lieutenancy, once the residence of the city governor, and the Old Port, which has some beautifully picturesque quaysides.

    After your visit, you will then have some time on your own to enjoy the quaint atmosphere of this charming little town before returning to Aegean Odyssey.

    Day 15: 18 June – LONDON, ENGLAND , UNITED KINGDOM, 8am to 6pm

    Honfleur, France

    Take a panoramic view of London. Optional tour of Greenwich park.

    Panoramic London included half day tour – From the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square, at the heart of London’s theatre district and the city’s quiet parks with their trees and lakes, to the grandeur of Buckingham Palace and the living history of Westminster Abbey, London’s fascination is its variety.

    Old and new stand side by side. History, pageantry and tradition mix with the modern, eccentric and avant-garde, offering something for everyone. This leisurely tour is a great way for you to obtain an overall impression of one of the most lively and interesting cities in the world. Our tour itinerary takes us on a circular itinerary around the capital where we view the highlights from the comfort of the coach.

    We see Westminster, Whitehall and St James’s section of London, crossing Westminster Bridge, and passing by the neo-Gothic Parliament buildings presiding over the banks of the River Thames and its adjacent 320-foot clock tower of Big Ben. From Parliament Square, we look across to St Margaret’s Church, scene of society weddings.

    Standing adjacent is the architectural and masterpiece of the 13th to 16th centuries – Westminster Abbey. Your guide will point out the main external features of the building and you will be able to take photographs of the outside.

    Day 16: 19 June – AT SEA

     
    Day 17: 20 June – LERWICK, SHETLAND ISLANDS , UNITED KINGDOM, 2pm to 7pm

    A choice of tours: Lewick walking tour, Archaeological site of Jarlshof or visit Lewick Castle

    Lerwick Walking Tour & Shetland Museum included half day tour – For a wonderful insight into the lives and history of the people of Lerwick, take a step back in time on this walking tour that will take you through the colourful and cosmopolitan history of this historic port.

    Starting from Victoria Pier, in the heart of the Old Town, you will be transported through the centuries with lively tales of Lerwick’s growth, merchant trading, fishing and shipping fleets, and smugglers. Visit the Old Tollbooth, built in 1770 and recently restored; it is used today as the RNLI station. Then see one of Shetland’s famous Lodberries – houses and warehouses on piers that were designed to allow the loading and unloading of goods from boats. In the 18th century, when Lerwick was the premier herring town in Northern Europe, these unique structures would have filled the shoreline. Today, we will visit one of the most picturesque left in the town, with its thick sea-battered walls, slipway, pier and fish-drying shed.

    You will then continue along the Hillhead to see the town’s narrow lanes (or ‘closses’) which run down to the waterfront and, subject to availability, visit Lerwick Town Hall, built in 1883, with its beautiful stained glass windows representing a pictorial narrative of Shetland’s history since Viking times.

    Lerwick, Shetland Islands, UK

    Finally, you will visit the Shetland Museum to learn more about the island’s heritage and culture. This award-winning museum has over 3,000 artefacts on two floors featuring a wealth of beautifully displayed exhibits, making it a visit not to be missed.

    Archaeological Site of Jarlshof included half day tour – The remarkable archaeological site of Jarlshof, located near Shetland’s southern tip, was first uncovered by a violent storm in the winter of 1896/7, revealing an extraordinary settlement embracing at least 5,000 years of human history. The site contains a remarkable sequence of stone structures – late Neolithic houses, a Bronze-Age village, an Iron-Age broch or circular stone tower, wheelhouses, several Norse longhouses, a medieval farmstead, and the 16th-century laird’s house, which our guide will take you around.

    On the way to Jarlshof we shall also pass through the rural townships of Fladdabister and, conditions permitting, pause to admire the view of the magnificent Mousa Broch, the tallest and best preserved broch in the world. We will then continue south down the west coast of the island, passing St Ninian’s Isle, where the famous Pictish horde of silver dating from the 9th century was found in 1958.

    Following your tour of the Shetland’s the best known prehistoric archaeological site, we will return to Lerwick, with your guide explaining more about the islands as we look out for Shetland’s famous ponies grazing in the grasslands of the island.

    Castles & Ponies included half day tour – The fishing port of Lerwick, founded in the 17th century, is full of character, especially along the water’s edge where the older buildings are situated.  As we drive through the town, we will see the Town Hall, before turning west to the old town of Scalloway, the original main town and second largest settlement on the island. 

    On arrival in Scalloway, we will stop to visit the now roofless castle, which was built around 1600 by the tyrant Earl Patrick Stewart, who used forced labour to build his residence and was executed in Edinburgh in 1615. You will then visit the fascinating local museum, which has a special display devoted to the “Shetland Bus” boats which travelled between Shetland and Norway to help the Norwegian Resistance during World War II. Or if you prefer, you may wander through Scalloway’s Main Street and view the waterfront at your leisure.

    Leaving Scalloway, we will travel through the Tingwall Valley, with its Norse heritage, pausing for a photo stop to view a small herd of Shetland ponies, hearing more of Shetland`s culture and heritage from our experienced local guide, on our way back to Lerwick.

    Day 18: 21 June – BERGEN , NORWAY, 2pm to 6pm

    Bergen, Norway

    Bergen Panorama with Mt Fløyen included half day tour – Strategically placed on the western coast of Norway, the city of Bergen is commonly believed to have been founded by King Olav Kyrre in 1070AD. In the 13th-century it became the nation’s capital and remained Norway’s administrative centre until the union with Sweden in 1804 when the position of Norway’s capital passed to Oslo, or Christiana as it was then known. In 1905 the United Kingdom of Sweden and Norway was peacefully and amicably dissolved, but Oslo remained the capital, with Bergen its second city.

    This tour around Bergen’s fascinating history begins at the wooden pier of Bryggen in the former Hanseatic commercial district, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before continuing to the imposing medieval hall of King Håkon Håkonsson and the Rosenkrantz Tower. You will also see St. Mary’s Church, which dates from around 1170 and is one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Norway, followed by one of the oldest permanent theatres in the country, Den National Scene, and the more modern Grieghallen concert hall, which is named after Norway’s great composer, Edvard Grieg.

    For a fabulous finale, the “Fløibanen” is the only funicular railway in Scandinavia and will transport you from the city centre right to the summit of Mount Fløyen, some 320 metres above sea level, for amazing views over Bergen as well as the seaward approaches and the fjords surrounding it.

    Day 19: 22 June – AT SEA

    Day 20: 23 June – HARSTAD , NORWAY, 3pm to 8pm
    HARSTAD Lofoten Islands, Norway

    Day 21: 24 June – HONNINGSVAG , NORWAY

    HONNINGSVAG Norway (Cruising the North Cape)

    Day 22: 25 June – TROMSO , NORWAY

    TROMSO Norway

    Day 23: 26 June – AT SEA

    Day 24: 27 June – TRONDHEIM , NORWAY, 8am to 2pm

    Harstad, Norway

    TRONDHEIM Norway

    Day 25: 28 June – HELLESYLT , NORWAY, 8am to 10am

    HELLESYLT Norway
    GEIRANGER , NORWAY, noon to 8pm

    Day 26: 29 June – ALESUND , NORWAY, 7am to 6pm

    ALESUND Norway

    Day 27: 30 June – STAVANGER , NORWAY, 2pm to 8pm

    STAVANGER Norway

    Day 28: 1 July – AT SEA

    Day 29: 2 July – COPENHAGEN , DENMARK, 7am overnight

    COPENHAGEN Denmark

    Day 30: 3 July – COPENHAGEN , DENMARK, disembark today

    COPENHAGEN Denmark Disembark Aegean Odyssey and transfer to Copenhagen Airport
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