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Urumqi - Perfect for honeymoons

Publicerad: 2006-02-11 00.00  |  Senast ändrad: 2006-02-13 00.00

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Before you go to Xinjiang province you have to check with the local travel agencies what you need in order to enter Xinjiang Province.
Xinjiang is an autonomous region, which means it has its own government and you need permission to go there (at least in 2004).
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Xinjiang covers 16% of the total land area of China and is Populated by 13 of China's 55 minority nationalities. Of the total population of 11 nationalities, who favor dressing in costumes, have distinct cultural traditions. Other prominent nationalities of this region are ethnic Chinese, Kazaks, and Hui. Urumqi is the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China's most western province. The most "inland" city in the world - the furthest from any major body of water - Urumqi is 3,270 km. (2,050 miles) from Beijing (a five-hour flight). With a population of one million, the city lies as a green-blanketed oasis amidst Xinjiang's barren and uninhabited deserts, loess highlands, and the snowcapped peaks of the Heavenly Mountain.

Urumqi means "A beautiful Pasture land " in ancient Mongolian used by the Junggar tribe, 2000 years ago it was once an important town on the new northern route of the Silk Road, which made important contribution in promoting Sino-foreign economic & cultural exchanges. During the 22nd year of the Zhenguan's reign in the Tang Dynasty, 648 A.D., the Tang government set up the town of Luntai in the ancient town seat of Urabo, which is 10 kilometers away from the southern suburb of Urumqi nowadays. The Ancient Luntai Town, which played quit significant a role on the new northern route of Silk Road in the Tang Dynasty, was the only town of tax collection, the only town of management, the town of supply and the first town as well. In the time of Qing Dynasty (A.D.1763) , the emperor Qian Long named the expanded city as "Dihua". UP to A.D.1884, another emperor Guang Xu put up Xinjiang as a Province and the Di Hua city as the capital of Xinjiang. After the founding of the people's Republic of China, by Feb.1,1954, the city name was restored to its original meaning, i.e., Urumqi.

Urumqi has one county and seven districts under her jurisdiction. Such as Urumqi county, Tianshan District, Sharyibark District, Toutunhe District, Shuimogou District, Xinshi District, Dongshan District, Nanshan Mine District.

Although forbidding in winter, Urumqi's climate is pleasant during the summer, with warm days and cool evenings. An extensive series of tree belts planted around the capital has helped to reduce wind, dust, and cold.

Urumqi is a city where multiethnic groups of people live in compact of mixed communities. They are the Uygur, Han, Hui, Kazak, Mongolian, Kirgiz, Xibe, totally over 40 ethnic groups of people. The city's uniqueness, the strong colorful ethnic life styles and local customs are quite attractive to visitors. From architectural complex to family courtyards, from furniture to utensils, from food to clothing, from etiquette of the young to rituals of the old, from marriage customs to funeral rites, at all times and on all occasions, one senses a strong unique ethnicity

Because the northern route of the "Silk Road" passed through Urumqi, it became a heavily-guarded fort in the Han Dynasty, and remained so for centuries. But today, the city itself has few historical sites to offer tourists, except for the museum of the autonomous region that houses some valuable relics unearthed along the "Silk Road". An excursion to Tianchi, however, is worthwhile.

A 113-mile journey southeast from Urumqi will take you to the oasis of Turpan, which lies in one of the world's great land depressions, 505 feet below sea level. Known as a "Furnace Town", its summer temperature soars regularly into the 100s Fahrenheit, while the desert rocks are said to reach 170F. But it is well irrigated and produces much fruit such as seedless grapes and Hami melons.

Tianchi, or "Lake of Heaven", is about 30 miles southeast of Urumqi, at an elevation of 6,435 ft. above sea level. It is a beautiful highland lake, flanked by rugged pines and cypresses, and with clear waters that reflect the surrounding mountains. In winter, it provides an ideal alpine skating rink. In fact, China's winter skating games have been held there.

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Exotic and unique ethnic Feature of Urumqi

Urumqi is a city where multiethnic groups of people live in compact of mixed communities.They are the Uygur,Han,Hui,Kazak,Mongolian,Kirgiz, Xibe, totally over 40 ethnic groups of people.

Visitors from other parts of China and abroad are immediately attracted by the city's uniqueness, the strong colorful ethnic life styles and local custo- ms. From architectural complex to family courtyards, from furniture to utens- ils, from food to clothing,from etiquette of the young to rituals of the old,from marriage customs to funeral rites,at all times and on all occasions,one sen- ses a strong unique ethnicity.

Sheep-Tussling

Sheep-Tussling is a traditional cul- tural game of sport held on high days and holidays of the kazak Uygur, Kirgiz, Xibe, Uzbek and other ethnic peoples. Before the tussling commences, the master of cere monies first offers a prayer, and the competitors return a blessing. Then the master of ceremonies slaughters the animal and a signal is given to Start the game,on folding before the spectators the magnificence of the sport. On the pastures one sees horses being whipped into a heated gallop while the riders overtake one another on horseback, and fighting for the slaughtered anima1. A lot of tugging and tussling back and forth goes on with no one easily giving up. After a vigorous competition in strength, tactics, and horsemanship, the winner finally gets the animal, and the meat from the animal is called "lucky meat".

Girl-Chase

Girl-Chase is a traditional sports game and entertainment popular among young Kazak people.It is also a Unique occasion for them to express mutual admiration and love. The game begins with pairs of young people riding out leisurely shoulder to shoulder from the starting point to the designated goal, and on the way the man expresses his love of admiration for the girl,or just teases her,and the girl,whether she likes him of not, is not allowed to show any offence. Then when they reach the goal and turn around to ride back to the starting point,the young man will turn his horse swiftly around with the girl chasing relentlessly from behind.

If the young woman did not mind the young man's verbal advances,and feels thc same about him as he feels about her,and she does not want the spectators to know her true feelings about the young mad.she will Whirl her whip over his head, touching him lightly.But if the young woman shares no common feelings with the young man she will actually whip him as she Overtakes him on horseback amidst the roaring laughter Of the Spectators.However,all that 'horse--play' will not harm their normal friendship.

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Things to see:

Heavenly Lake
(Tian Chi)

In the middle of Bogda Peak, 110 km (68miles) east of Urumqi, nestles Heavenly Lake. Covering 4.9 square kilometers (1.89 square miles), this crescent-shaped lake deserves its name, Pearl of Heavenly Mountain (Tianshan Mountain). With melted snow as its source, Heavenly Lake enjoys crystal water.

In summer, the beautiful lake is an ideal cool resort. Boaters on the lake see the ever-changing silvery mountains soaring into the blue sky, their slopes highlighted with verdant pasture and flamboyant wild flowers. Fishing at dusk has its own special charm. A day in this fairyland promises restoration.

Heavenly Lake, a relic of the Quaternary Period Glacier and its surrounding geological relics, offers science lovers exploring opportunities.

As if the natural beauty of Heavenly Lake were not enough, legend adds a mysterious touch. It is said that the West Queen (Xi Wang Mu) entertained King Mu of the Western Zhou Dynasty (1100B.C.-771B.C.) at the Lake. The West Queen fell in love with the king and asked him in her poem, "The white clouds drift while the mountains reach the blue sky. Passing thousands of mountains, crossing ten thousands of rivers, you come to us from a faraway place. If you are still strong and fine, would you like to come back to us again?" The king answered in his poem, "After I go back to central China and lead the people to a prosperous life, I will come to you again."

We do not know why the king never returned. Only the placid lake and the silent mountains witnessed the lovesickness of the West Queen.

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West White Poplar Gully

The word 'Urumqi' originally means 'Beautiful Pastures' in Mongolian. Fortunately in the suburb of the city of Urumqi there lies the Southern Pastures, a beautiful pasture the pastoral Kazakh inhabit and graze in summer.

Covering an area of 119 square kilometers (about 45 square miles), Southern Pastures, the natural large and famous summer resort, 75 kilometers (about 46 miles) away from the city, is located in the Southern Mountain, the area at the northern foot of Karawuquntag Mountain.

It takes you about one hour by bus from Urumqi to get to West White Poplar Gully which is one of most typical sights. On the way, you can see the bright snowcapped Karawuquntag Mountain, the wandering valleys, hear the gurgle of springs, and smell the lush spruce trees. In the thicket of the lush spruce trees, let your eyes delight in the traditional villas and the scattered Kazakstan yurts as they paint the grassland and pastures.

Taking a horseback tour is very exciting and fascinating in Southern Pastures, UrumqiAs you stand in the pastures, you can see the forest of emerald green spruce on a chain of undulating grass hills dotted with combined flocks and herds. As you immerse yourself in this beautiful site, the singing of the Kazakh may envelop you and inspire you to sing with them. You can visit one of the traditional yurts locating in the spruce forest where you will be welcomed by a generous host with fragrant milk tea, mare's milk, cheese and roasted lamb. If you are lucky enough, you will be able to observe the amazing horseracing and traditional Kazakh dancing.

After you walk 2 kilometers (about 1.2 miles) north into the Gully you will come to a natural cliff that is a 2-meter (6.6 feet) wide waterfall. As it roars down a 40 meters (131 feet) drop, it creates mist and a floating rainbow, both of which help to refresh and relax you. If you are reluctant to leave this delightful spot, you can stay at the yurt rest house. But remember that the weather is cold at night in mountain areas so you should bring more clothes and a flashlight which is a necessity.

Furniture inside the traditional yurt, UrumqiAdditional beautiful spots in Southern Pastures from west to east are respectively Chrysanthemum Tai (a table-board of alluvial fan), East White Poplar Gully, Zhaobi Mountain, Miao'er Gully and Da'xi Gully. With the embellishment by these other sights, Southern Pastures is even more beautiful and fascinating.

West White Poplar Gully is the preferred place in the Southern Pastures for touring on horseback the pasture so that you can enjoy a relaxing but invigorating summer holiday.

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Red Hill
(Hong Shan)

Hours: 07.00 - 23.00
Getting there: Bus 1, 7, 17, 101

Red Hill is a symbol of Urumqi, owing to its uniqueness. The body of the mountain, made up of aubergine rock, has a reddish brown color, hence, the name Red Hill. The hill is 1.5km (0.93miles) long and 1km (0.62miles) wide from east to west.

Gray pagoda on the red hill with red pavilion in the verdant trees Zhen Long Pagoda on Red Hill Less than 1km away, Yamalike Hill stands facing Red Hill. Legend has it that in ancient times a red dragon fled from Heavenly Lake and the Heavenly Empress caught him and sliced him in two with her sword. Later on, a hill was formed by each half of the dragon. The western hill is Yamalike Hill and the eastern one is Red Hill. The sword turned into the Urumqi River. Oddly enough, topographic pictures tell us the two hills were once one and were separated into two parts due to stratum rupture.

Dancing performance in the Red Hill Park
Eventually, ancient legend affected real life. In 1785 and 1786, floods hit Urumqi causing much destruction. Rumors arose that Red Hill and Yamalike Hill were growing closer and closer together. Once they met, the Urumqi River between the two hills would be blocked and the city would become flooded as the water rose. Therefore, in 1788 Shang An, the highest military officer, ordered the Zhen Long (in Chinese, to subdue the dragon) Pagodas built on both hills. These two pagodas were made of gray brick, 10.5- meter (34.4-foot)-high with six sides, nine stories, and an octagonal roof.

Today, Red Hill has been developed into the beautiful Red Hill Park. Modern entertainment facilities and ethnic performances bring a fresh and lively atmosphere to the park. On the peak of Red Hill, you will have the whole city of Urumqi before your eyes!


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Altai region

Known as “The Jewel in the crown” of Xinjiang, the Altai mountains feature China’s only expanse of Spruce forest, and is studded with pristine alpine lakes. The most famous is known as Kanas, or Hanasi. The region is still home to nomadic Kazaks, who can be seen in the summer pasturing their herds of camels in the lush mountain meadows. A fantastic place for trekking, either by foot or on horseback. Take your camera as the alpine meadows and aquamarine lakes are stunning.

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The Great Deserts

The Gobi, and the Taklamakan, though both deserts are very different in nature.

The Taklamakan is what most people imagine a desert to be. Massive expanses of mountainous dunes stretching as far as the eye can see, Though the Taklamakan is an inferno in summer, in winter you may be lucky enough to witness snow blanketing the dunes, a uniquely odd experience.A great opportunity for camel trekking and exploring, it is here that lay many ancient Silk Road cities, and many more still undiscovered. The Gobi desert by contrast is a land of diversity and life. Home to Kazak camel herders and many rare species of plant and animal life, the Gobi was once a lush primordial forest. One is rewarded by expansive views of both desert and mountain, and near the border with Mongolia lay intricate multicolored canyons and geothermal hot springs.

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Hongshan Park
(Hongshan Gongyuan)

Hongshan Park on the east bank of the Urumqi River, is a pleasant park for visitors to take energetic walks and go rowing. There are also some attractive pagodas and pavilions, the nicest of which is on the top of the hill. The panoramic views of the diverse landscape, from desert to city, and snowcapped hills, make the steep climb up the hill worth the effort.

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Renmin Park
(Renmin Gongyuan)

Slightly west of Hongshan is Renmin Park, a beautiful park with plenty of trees and chirping birds. Visitors can enjoy pleasant walks in this natural setting or can rent row boats and relax on the lake. Others prefer to come early to join the locals with their morning exercises. Children will enjoy the small zoo and amusement park.

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Nanshan Grasslands

The Nanshan Grasslands (Baiyang gou) are a natural paradise, with scenery and surroundings similar to that at Heaven's Lake.

This area, 75km south of Urumqi city is located at the base of the Tian Shan mountain range.

This is great land for hiking with gushing valleys and waterfalls falling down the hillsides and the ginseng herb growing on the hillside. The Kasakh people like to spend their summers here and travelers can take a horseback tour with a Kasak guide, over the mountains and stay in a traditional yurt.

How to get there: Transport to this area can be a problem. There are some buses from the north end of Renmin Park off Guangming Lu.

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The Swan Lake Nature Reserve

The Swan Lake of Bayinburuke, a State-level Nature Reserve, is situated in the basin between the Urdus Mountain and along the upper reaches of the Kaidu River. "Bayinburuke" means "rich springs" in Mongolian language. The Swan Lake area is marsh-like with numerous interconnecting small lakes. The area is around 2400 meters above sea level, surrounded by lush pastures and lakes filled with beautiful birds and wildlife.

Every Spring around April, swans, terns and other varieties of birds gather around the lake area. The birds number into the thousands and there are viewing stands set up here for visitors to watch the birds.

There are various famous springs in the area, including the Aerxia Spring where the water is said to have healing powers (the name means "Curing Spring" in Mongolian). There are hotels and hot spring spas built for travelers nearby too. A small zoo known as "Snowy Mountain Zoo", is home to more than 20 types of rare animals here, including snow cocks, snow panthers and red deer.

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Ghost Town

The "City of Demons" is another name for the "Wuerhe Wind City" (Wuerhe Fengcheng), which refers to one of the Yadan landforms. Bushes like camel thorns are growing thin in the sand hills spreading everywhere because of the lack of water. In the open ground, the table -like mountains originally formed by burnt ochre stones and gray green rocks which have been fallen into pieces after thousands of years' wind and water erosion look like ancient castles and palaces with Gothic, Chinese and Egyptian styles.

So this area is called "the window of the world". There are many lively shaped models such as the towering stone mushrooms, stone bamboo shoots, stone pavilions, stone columns, wide streets, narrow lanes and caves cutting down to the rocks, lively shape of birds, animals, fishes and human bodies. In summer and autumn, 7 to 8 degrees of great storms usually blow along the valley, raising the sands, whistling like ghosts and wolves. So that's the derivation of another name of the Wuerhe Wind City---the City of Monsters.

In addition, there are two places named City of Monsters. One is in the northern edge of General Qitai Gobi while the other is in the Wucai City in the north of Jimosaer.

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Kanasi Lake

Kanasi Lake -- Attraction & Sightseeing In Urumqi1374 meters high above sea level, Kanasi Lake (Kanasi Hu), which means "beautiful, rich and mysterious" in Mongolian, can be found in the deep forests and mountains of Altai, covering an area of 44.78 square kilometers which is 10 times bigger than Tianchi on Bogda Mountain. This is a typical ice erosion & moraine lake shaped like a new moon, or rather, a long hyacinth bean.

The reflections of the surrounding snowcapped, tree covered mountains can be seen inverted on the lake water. During autumn especially, there is a picturesque landscape of forests in a riot of colors with gold, red, blue and green all reflected in the clear lake water here.

There are also some fun legends about Kanasi Lake. It is said that huge lake monsters live in the lake's depths. In recent years, others claim to have seen 4 meter long blood red fish in the lake. The "Emei Spectacle", lights in the clouds after a morning rain, add an air of mystery to the lake too.

The practices of the Tuwa and local Mongolian ethic minority, and Altai Mountain rock-paintings have been attracting explorers and travelers to this area for decades.

Transportation: You can rent a microbus at Urumqi to get there, and the fare is RMB600 one day, with RMB20 insurance in addition. The rented fee consists of traveling and gasoline expenses, but not including the entrance fee and dinner & quartering charge of the driver.

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Minority Peoples' Museum

The Xinjiang Minority Peoples' Museum (Xinjiang weiwuer zi zhiqu bouwuguan) is definitely worth a visit. This museum houses an impressive collection of exhibits, covering artifacts and relics from more than 12 minority groups.

The lay-out and presentation of the exhibits is imaginative and the preserved bodies of men, women and babies found in tombs in Xinjiang, along with the 3,000 year old mummies, make for insightful (if a little spooky) visit!

The museum is divided into different sections: a Mongol wing, a Tajik exhibition, a Kasak exhibition and a Dauer people and relics display. Many of the more interesting exhibits have signs in English too!

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Halikè Fàndiàn

Hidden in a small alley behind the Holiday Inn, you'll find simple Uighur fare in simple surroundings. An order of mixed

noodles (bàn miàn) is big enough to feed two, while kabobs are more meat than fat, a novelty in Urümqi.

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Regional Museum
(Qu Bówùguan)

Hours: 9.30 - 17.30
Location: Xi Bei Lù 132
Getting there: Bus 7

This massive building is undergoing a full renovation, but an abbreviated exhibition, with most of the dull exhibits removed, is open around the back. Don't miss the 12 remarkably well-preserved mummies, many with Indo-European features: high cheekbones, long noses, brightly colored woolen kilts. The mummies, some of which have been dated to 2000 B.C., were unearthed from tombs scattered around the Taklamakan in Lóulán, Astana, Hamì, and Charchan (Qiemò). They do little to further Hàn claims over Xinjiang. Add the cost of preservation and you might believe, as some suggest, that additional finds are being deliberately left in the ground. Hàn Chinese chauvinists point out that Uighurs, a Turkic people who migrated from western Mongolia, have nothing in common with the indigenous Indo-European Tocharians, who spoke a language that resembles a Celtic tongue. But there are enough blue- or green-eyed folk on the streets of Turpan and Kuqa (former Tocharian strongholds) to suggest that interbreeding was common. As my Uighur companion remarked, "So we killed all of them?"

Hàn Chinese guides make much of the relatively young mummy of General Zhang (d. A.D. 633), commander of the armies in Gaochang, whose wife rests in the Turpan Museum. Other interesting items on exhibit are lead and bronze eyeshades used in sandstorms, and a hunting boomerang unearthed in Hamì.

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Southern Mosque

Renovated in 1902 and again in 1987, the Southern Mosque takes its name from is proximity to the South Gate of Urumqi.

Embraced by four minarets, the vaulted mosque, both grand and imposing, expresses the elegant character of Islamic architecture. The tower shaped main body of the mosque has four floors, two below ground level and two above. The floors below ground are shops and living areas while the two above contain the prayer hall and seminary. The walls of the passageway leading to the prayer hall are decorated with carved orchids, plums, bamboo and lotuses. The compound also includes a washing room for ablution before prayers.

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Southern Mountain Pasture
(Baiyang Gou)

The Nanshan Grasslands (Baiyang gou) are a natural paradise, with scenery and surroundings similar to that at Heaven's Lake.

This area, 75km south of Urumqi city is located at the base of the Tian Shan mountain range. This is great land for hiking with gushing valleys and waterfalls falling down the hillsides and the ginseng herb growing on the hillside. The Kasakh people like to spend their summers here and travlers can take a horseback tour with a Kasak guide, over the mountains and stay in a traditional yurt.

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Tartar Mosque

Also known as the Yanghang Mosque, the Tartar Mosque is located at the southern end of Jiefang Nan Lu (South Jiefang Road). Built with private donations from the Tartar Community, the mosque is unique in its use of traditional Tartar architecture. It features geometric carvings in wood and brick and an octagonal dome adorned with a crescent. The mosque is a main center for worship in Urumqi and covering 3000 square meters it can accommodate up to 1000 people in its prayer hall.

The mosque is open to tourists, including women, however you must obtain permission prior to visiting.

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Altay Mountains - Tianshan Mountains

The Altay mountains and Tianshan mountains in the north region form a triangular Junggar Basin with Gurbantunggut Desert in the center of it, while Tarim Basin is an inland basin, encircled by the Pamir in the west and Tibetan Plateau in the south of Xinjiang.

The dry climate brings about the great Taklimarkan Desert expanding above 320,000 square kilometers in the middle of the basin. The Tiannshan Mountain Area, generally at an altitude of 3000 to 5000 meters above sea level, is composed of the paralle mountains running east-west, and the basin and valley are formed by the subsidence of the faults among it, the west end of which starts from the former Soviet Union and the east end u to East Xinjiang.

Capped in snow all year round, the high peaks have produced a lot of glaciers. The main peak of the Tianshan Mountains is Tomur in 7435.3 meters, which is the nation boundary. The famous basins and valleys in the mountains, such as Turpan Basin, Hami Basin, Yanqi Basin and Ili Valley, claim to be the important center of agriculture and animal husbandry.

Lying in the east section of Tianshan, with the lowest of altitude at 155 meters below sea level, Turpan Basin is the lowest located in the inland China. Its middle section being in China, Altay Mountains run northwest-southwest along the north boundary and have an ordinary altitude of 2000-3000 meters above sea level. From the west to the east of South Xinjiang are Karakorum Mountains, the Kunlun and Altun Mountains, which are generally 5000-6000 meters in height.

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Shuimo Gully

Shuimo Gully is 5 kilometres northeast of the city. Its idyllic meadows and gurgling streams, spanned by numerous ornamental bridges in the Ming and Qing styles, make it a key tourist attraction. The water temperature of the spring at Shuimo Gully is between 38°C and 40°C all year round, and the minerals in the water are said to cure various illnesses. The local sanatorium has introduced some of the most advanced medical equipment from Japan and provides a full range of healthcare services.


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