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Visit Amalfi and its coast, which are magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Amalfi and the little villages hidden nearby present amazing landscapes. In Taormina, stroll the charming little streets that will lead you to the impressive ancient theatre. And as a backdrop: the majestic Mount Etna. Dubrovnik charms you with its palaces, elegant buildings, cloister, and fountains. Located in Croatia's deep south, the Pearl of the Adriatic is a true gem. Stop in Hvar, the most famous and attractive of the Adriatic islands. Ringed by ramparts, the town has many remarkable monuments including its elegant cathedral, old arsenal and aristocratic palaces. Before your disembarkation in Venice, visit Rab and admire its four bell towers as well as the ruins of its medieval fortifications.
View from Accademia Bridge on Grand Canal in VeniceMagnificent TaorminaRelax on France's colorful coastExplore historic Bonifacio atop the cliffs of CorsicaHiking above the historic city of DubrovnikTurquoise sea of Hvar island
Highlights
  • Experience a kid-friendly, family cruise, with specific entertainment
  • Explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Taormina & Dubrovnik
  • See the marvelous Greek theatre of Taormina
  • Visit the historic town of Hvar
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Day 1: Nice | Embark

Capital of the Cote d’Azur, Nice is surrounded by an amphitheater of hills and mountains that protects it from the wind. You will probably want to explore the Promenade des Anglais, where you can sit on one of the famous blue chairs laid out opposite the baie des Anges. The Château hill is also a very pleasant place to walk. This is the entrance to the old city, with its bustling markets and regional products along the main street, the Cours Saleya.

Day 2: Bonifacio, Corsica

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
The spectacular town of Bonifacio located on the very tip of southern Corsica, clings to a narrow promontory of white rock overhanging the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. You can admire its limestone cliffs hewn out by the wind, before setting off on a cultural tour of its cultural treasures. From the little paved streets in the ancient Haute Ville, to the promenade on the open-air medieval chemin de ronde, this stunning town will take you on a journey back in time. Frequented or secluded, there are numerous beaches to choose from, all in keeping with the high standards of the “Île de Beauté”.

Day 3: Amalfi

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Located on Sicily’s eastern coast, in the province of Messina, the seaside town of Taormina is Sicily’s Saint-Tropez, boasting heritage sites, secluded beaches and luxury shopping. You can visit its medieval center, suspended 300 meters above sea level, where terraces offer a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. Another vestige from its past are the ruins of the Greco-Roman theatre.  This extremely well-preserved site attracts visitors who are fascinated by the natural beauty of the area which overlooks a turquoise bay.  

2 possible excursions

AMALFI & THE EMERALD GROTTO

  3 h 00
From the pier, you will board a motor launch to reach the astonishing and colourful Grotta dello Smeraldo (the Emerald grotto) not far from the Amalfi centre. Enjoy the beauty of the Amalfi coast by cruising to the grotto and once there, on board local boats, experience the emotion of such a suggestive natural spot with its shining emerald green shades.
Discovered in 1932, explorers found a unique cave formation stretching 30 metres (100 feet) high by 60 metres (200 feet) wide, hidden along the coastline. The most fascinating aspect of this cave is the underwater entrance 12 metres (30 feet) deep that allows the sunlight to enter the cave, creating a luminescent Emerald Glow.
At the end of the visit, your launch will drive you back to Amalfi to drop you off in the main square where you will visit the impressive Cathedral of the town and spend some time to browse around and taste local specialies like the Limoncello Liquor.
  • Operation of tour is subject to the weather conditions of the day. Participants must be able to embark and disembark the local boats and negotiate 60 steps to visit the cathedral. Proper attire is recommended to visit the inside of the Cathedral (shoulders and knees covered). No explanation inside the Cathedral when holy service is performed. We recommend you wear comfortable shoes and protect yourself from the sun. This tour is limited to 100 participants.
RAVELLO
  3 h 00
From Amalfi harbour, you will reach Ravello by coach after a 40-minute drive following the narrow main road which stretches along the side of rocky cliffs, overlooking the sea. Every twist and turn of the road offer new and breathtaking views on the world famous Sorrentine peninsula. You will see the rocks rising out of the sea like strange mythological creatures and the small boats in sheltered sandy coves that look like brightly coloured toys from up above.
Ravello is a small city of ancient origins which faces a range of hills overlooking the clear blue sea of the gulf of Salerno. The beauties of this area have inspired poets, painters and musicians during its millennia-old history.
On arrival you will be visiting Villa Rufolo where Wagner stayed. The magical beauties of its gardens and the architecture of the cloisters inspired him for “the Garden of Klingsor”. You will also admire the numerous arches and antique towers as well as the Cathedral, outside visit only.
After a short free time to browse and shop around, you will drive back to Amalfi.
  • Please note that this excursion involves one hour of walking over rough and uneven grounds. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and bring water from the ship. We also recommend you protect yourself from the sun. This tour is limited to 60 participants.

 

Day 4: Taormina, Sicily

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Located on Sicily’s eastern coast, in the province of Messina, the seaside town of Taormina is Sicily’s Saint-Tropez, boasting heritage sites, secluded beaches and luxury shopping. You can visit its medieval centre, suspended 300 metres above sea level, where terraces offer a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. Another vestige from its past are the ruins of the Greco-Roman theatre. This extremely well-preserved site attracts visitors who are fascinated by the natural beauty of the area which overlooks a turquoise bay.

2 possible excursions

TAORMINA & GREEK THEATRE

  4 h 00
From the pier, you will be transferred by coach to the ancient Greek town of Taormina, a 30-minute drive.  
Called Tauromenium in ancient times, Taormina clings to the side of Mount Tauro and offers superb views, splashed with the vibrant colours of bougainvillea and oleanders, of the Mediterranean Sea, Isola Bella and a snow-capped Etna in the background.
A maze of narrow streets, stairs and tiny squares, Taormina has attracted many civilisations over the centuries. It is home to theatres and a gymnasium from the Greek period, an Odeon and baths from Roman times, buildings blending Arab and Norman cultures, traces of Byzantine, and villas belonging to European aristocracy in the 18th and 19th centuries.
You will start your excursion with a visit on foot to the historic centre. You will cross the famous Corso Umberto to discover numerous monuments from several eras, and admire Porta Catania, the CathedralPiazza IX Aprile and Palazzo Corvaja.
You will then arrive at Teatro Antico, a theatre built by the Greeks in the 3rd century BC, and almost completely rebuilt by the Romans who created a gladiatorial arena. The theatre is the second largest in Sicily after the one in Syracuse. Due to its size and acoustic quality the theatre is still used to host festivals and concerts. Seated on the stone terraces, the audience can enjoy the concert while admiring a breath-taking panoramic view of the sea, Mount Tauro and Etna.
  • As this excursion involves a walk of around 1.5 miles (2 km) on rough terrain with several stairways, we advise you wear comfortable shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate clothing is required when visiting religious monuments, with knees and shoulders covered.
ASCENT OF MOUNT ETNA
  5 h 30
Leave the landing pier by coach for the drive to Rifugio Sapienza, about 6,000 ft above sea level, on Mount Etna.
Mt. Etna is Europe’s largest active volcano, the slopes soar up to over 9,800 ft and the flanks are covered with scores of cones and craters. From there you will be able to gaze out across the Catania Gulf and view the woods, orchids and vineyards from the vantage point. But, of course, the major attractions are the crater and the remnants of the awe-inspiring streams of lava.
From there and with the assistance of a professional alpine guide, you will continue by cable car to 7,500 ft and then by special 4x4 minibuses to reach the basis of the main crater at about 8,800 ft above sea level. Up there and still accompanied with your guide, you will be able to go nearer to see last lava flows.
  • Since this excursion involves walking at high altitude (9,800 ft – 2 900 m), participants should be in excellent physical condition. Bring a sweater or a jacket as it can be very chilly and windy, and wear sturdy walking shoes. A supplement of €10 per person will be applied if less than 10 persons want to realize the tour. This tour is conducted by an English-speaking photographer-guide. This tour is limited to 80 participants.

 

Day 5: At Sea

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
During your day at sea, make the most of the many services and activities on board. Treat yourself to a moment of relaxation in the spa or stay in shape in the fitness centre. Depending on the season, let yourself be tempted by the swimming pool or a spot of sunbathing. This day without a port of call will also be an opportunity to enjoy the conferences or shows proposed on board, to do some shopping in the boutique or to meet the PONANT photographers in their dedicated space. As for lovers of the open sea, they will be able to visit the ship’s upper deck to admire the spectacle of the waves and perhaps be lucky enough to observe marine species. A truly enchanted interlude, combining comfort, rest and entertainment.

Day 6: Sailing in the Bay of Kotor | Dubrovnik

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Sailing in the Bay of Kotor
The long walls of the fortified city of Kotor unfurl before your eyes as you admire this medieval construction enclosed between the sea and the rugged cliffs from the decks of your ship. The still, deep waters of the bay plus the clouds of mist floating here and there create a surreal and magical atmosphere. Small islands with churches and fortresses built on them remind us that a proud maritime people has lived here for centuries, in this bay that forms a perfect natural harbour, used by sailors since ancient times. At the crossroads of Latin and Byzantine cultures, you will have the pleasure of observing the natural treasures of Montenegro during an unforgettable journey.

Dubrovnik
Emblem of the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik is magnificently positioned on a rocky spur. History is sovereign here, in this ancient city, now a listed UNESCO World Heritage site. You will perhaps be surprised by the proportions of La Placa, the central drag through the city. The sheer width of it can be explained by the fact that it straddles a former lagoon. The elegant houses along La Placa are built in the legendary travertine stone. At Pile gate, you will be greeted by the statue of the patron saint of Dubrovnik, and you can admire the coastline as you walk along the ramparts. But what’s inside Fort Saint John, adjoining the outer walls? A maritime museum and an aquarium featuring rare fish from the Adriatic.

3 possible excursions

MEET THE WINE MAKERS
  4 h 00
From the pier, you will board your coach and start the 1-hour scenic drive along the Adriatic Coast, going through the charming Zupa Dubrovacka with numerous small villages and resorts along the coast. On the way, you will make a panoramic stop at the small village of Pridvorje before reaching the Niko Karaman winery.
Niko, the owner of the winery is a young winemaker who became famous in 2009 when his Malvasija 2007 wine won the first place out of 63 international wines at Vinistra. You will be able to walk through his vineyards, learn about the Malvazija historical grape and its importance during the time of the Dubrovnik Republic. After your exploration, you will enjoy a wine and Porošek tasting.
Afterwards, you will continue through small and picturesque villages and stop at the village of Komaji where the Crvik Family has their vineyards and winery. You will have the opportunity to taste some of the finest wines produced in this region, but also to meet the wine producer Andro Crvik who will introduce you to and explain more about his wines and the production in this area.
Finally, re-board your coach for the 40-minute return drive to your ship.
  • This tour involves little walking distance with some steps. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. The tastings are included on your tour. The visits to the wineries will be made by the owners of the estates.
STON WALLS HIKING & OYSTER TASTING
  5 h 15
From the pier, board your coach for a 1-hour scenic drive along the Adriatic Road toward the town of Ston.
Ston was built according to the plans approved by the Dubrovnik government in 1335 and amended in 1370 and is considered one of the best planned and best structured cities in Europe. The walls of Ston were a massive architecture and construction feat. Originally 7,000-metre long (22,965 ft.), they consist of several parts; the Ston city walls, the Mali Ston city walls and the Big wall with its three forts. Its forts and towers are strengthened by 10 round and 31 square flanking towers, as well as 6 semi-circular bastions. It took almost four centuries to finish these complex defence walls, as the builders had to adapt to the rough terrain and advancements in warfare technology. The walls were last used for defence in the 19th century, and today they are a priceless monument of immense architectural and cultural value.
Once arriving at Ston’s walls, you will start your hiking passing distance of almost 4 kilometres over demanding terrain with more than 400 steps before reaching Mali Ston, the “oysters capital” of Croatia.
Upon arrival in Mali Ston, you will board a local boat which will take you to oyster and mussel beds. Your host will welcome you on board and introduce you with oyster & mussel farming in this area. You will have the opportunity to learn about the oyster & mussel production as well as to taste freshly prepared oysters & mussels including mussel buzara (mussels cooked with wine, garlic and olive oil).
Finally, re-board your coach for a 1-hour return ride back to Dubrovnik along the old historical road passing through the old villages of Dubrovacko Primorje.
  • This tour is an active hiking tour and involves approximately 3.7 miles (6 km) of walking on uneven and sloping grounds with over 400 steps. We recommend you wear comfortable hiking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. The tasting is included on your tour. This tour is limited to 40 participants.
TREASURES OF DUBROVNIK
  2 h 00
From the pier, meet your guide and start your stroll through the streets of this medieval town.
Along the way you will visit, among other places, the Franciscan Monastery whose cloister ranks among the most inspiring sites of the city. The Monastery houses also the oldest still working pharmacy in Europe and the third oldest pharmacy in the world founded in 1317. It is still active and still offers creams manufactured according to ancestral recipes.
Then integrated in the Eastern city walls, you will discover the Dominican Monastery, soberer than the previous one, and its museum with a fine collection of Renaissance paintings, including the triptych of N. Bozidarvic representing Dubrovnik before the earthquake or the painting of Sainte Madeleine and Saint Blaise, the work of Titian.
After visiting the monastery, you will go to the Assumption Cathedral built in the 18th century on the ruins of a church dating from the 12th century destroyed by an earthquake in 1667. This one might surprise you by its simplicity and the clarity of its interior but its treasure is among the richest in Europe, with a unique collection of relics in gold and silver.
You will also have the opportunity to see: Stradun, large paved street, favourite place for tourists and locals, unique for its beauty and the abundance of its cultural heritage, Sponza Palace, identifiable by its gallery of arcades, the Church of Saint Blaise, built in 1,715in Baroque style, richly detailed or the Onofrio Fountain, covered by a dome, built by a Neapolitan artist, and which was used as a reservoir by the inhabitants.
Finally, you will get back to your ship.
  • This excursion is done entirely on foot, we recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate clothing must be worn when visiting religious sites: trousers for men and skirts covering the knees for the ladies. It is not permitted to take photos of the treasures. In case of religious office, the visit of the Cathedral will be cancelled.

 

Day 7: Hvar

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Off the coast of Split, Hvar will surprise you by its traditions that have not changed since Antiquity. The country’s oldest town, Stari Grad, is here on this Dalmatian Island. The town nestles by a cove on the north-west coast, surrounded by dry stone wall structures on the Stari Grad plains. These have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site because they were built in the time of the Ancient Greeks.  From these parcels of land come wines and olive oil manufactured manually. In the upper part of town, it is possible to discover hams and cheeses made by local producers. 

3 possible excursions

HIKING IN THE VILLAGES OF HVAR
  4 h 00
The island of Hvar boasts a mild climate and lush subtropical vegetation. With this tour you will visit the most beautiful parts of the island. You will get to see places rarely visited by tourists as even some of the locals don't know they exist.
The tour will start in the port of Hvar where you will meet your guide. Passing through the town towards the bus station, your guide will give a brief explanation of the town and historical buildings and monuments.
A 20-minute transfer will lead you to the starting point, the village of Velo Grablje. The road offers panoramic views on the surrounding island and on parts of the history and tradition of the island. On arrival in Velo Grablje, your one-hour hiking tour to Malo Grablje will start, using part of the old trail which in medieval times used to be a main road connecting Hvar with Starigrad on the north side of the island.
The entire trail is down hill, starting with approximately 20 long steps and continuing as a small trail for aproximately 1 mile/ 1.5 km. After that part continue your walk to Malo Grablje on wide gravelly trail. The way from Velo Grablje to Malo Grablje usually lasts around 1 hour with about 45 minutes more of walking on wide gravelly road to Milna. At the end of your hike, you can spend some time on the beach before returning to Hvar town.
  • This excursion involves approximately 2.5 miles (4 km) walking over uneven surfaces, gravels with large rocks and steps. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes, wear your swimsuit under your clothes and protect yourself from the sun. You can change clothes at the nearby village, if you want to swim at Milna Village.
HVAR & ITS RELIGIOUS HERITAGE
  2 h 00
This small and charming town is located around a natural port and it is undoubtedly one of the most famous seaside resorts of Dalmatian coast.
A lot of splendid monuments as the Cathedral, the ancient Arsenal and different palaces are bearing witness to a rich history of gothic and renaissance arts.
From the pier, follow your guide through narrow tiny streets to the 15th century Franciscan Monastery. The cloister with its rounded arches and a well in the middle dominates the Renaissance monastery. The former spacious refectory and a small, adjacent room have been turned into the monastery museum. Along with a collection of old books and coins, the famous "Last Supper", a work belonging to the Venetian School of Palma the Younger from the end of the 16th century, has the strongest claims on the attention of the numerous visitors.
After crossing the main square, you will pass by the Cathedral of Saint Stephan (outside visit). It was built in stages during the 16th and 17th centuries, while the interior was not wholly completed until the 18th century. From outside, it has the characteristics of the Renaissance style and inside the baroque style.
Then, you will visit the Benedictine Monastery, which holds a rich collection of lace made of agave leaves.
After this walking tour you may follow your guide back to the pier or stay in town for some time at leisure.
  • This excursion involves 2 hours of walking, covering approximately 1 mile (1.5 km) over cobble stone streets and some steps. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate dress is recommended to enter religious sites (shoulders and knees must be covered).
HVAR 4WD ADVENTURE
  4 h 00
From the pier, a 15-minute walk will take you to your 4-wheel drive vehicles.
After a short drive, you will reach the highest peak of the island Saint Nicoleas (626 m/1,900 ft), offering a 360-degree view of the island and the islands of Brac, Korcula and Vis.
During the stops, your guide will give you information about the area, the oldest town in Croatia settled by ancient Greeks and more…
Then, you will go to Velo Grablje and Vidikovac offering a perfect view of the deepest bay on the island.
Finally, you will join Malo Grablje, a small village abandoned decades ago. Upon arrival, you will take a short walk through that picturesque village founded in the 16th century.
On the way back to the port, drive by vineyards covered hills, olive groves and undulating fields of rosemary and lavender.
  • This tour involves 15 minutes of walking between the pier and the car park. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. This excursion is not recommended for guests suffering from back and/or neck injuries due to the bumpy road conditions. Each vehicle accommodates 4 guests maximum. This tour is conducted by an English-speaking guide/driver. This tour is limited to 20 participants.

Day 8: Rovinj

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  • 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner
Rovinj is located in Istria, a region bordering Slovenia. This becomes apparent as you walk through its old cobblestoned town. There are many monuments of Venetian influence here. If you study the Balbi arch, you will see the winged lion, symbol of Venice. The bell-tower erected beside Saint Euphemia Cathedral was designed like the bell of Saint Mark in Venice. From the top of the tower, you can scan the entire historical district. To absorb its quaint atmosphere, take a walk in the ochre and sepia-colored streets leading to bustling squares and terraces shaded by canvas awnings.

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POREC & WINE TASTING

  4 h 30
From the pier, board your coach and start your 45-minute scenic drive to Porec.
On arrival, follow your guide on a walking tour of the old town.
You will begin with the Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the historic centre of Porec. The group of religious monuments in Porec, where Christianity was established as early as the 4th century, constitutes the most complete surviving complex of its type. The basilica, atrium, baptistery and Episcopal Palace are outstanding examples of religious architecture, while the basilica itself combines classical and Byzantine elements. This complex was enrolled in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1997.
Then, you will enjoy some free time in Porec, before driving through the Istrian country-side to the village of Kruncici, for the visit of the Matosecic wine cellar. After spending some time with the Matosevic family, you will be invited to sample their wines – white and red, accompanied with home-made cheese and Istrian Pršut (raw ham).
Finally, re-board your coach to get back to your ship.
  • This excursion involves walking on cobblestone ground with some steps. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate dress is recommended to enter religious sites (shoulders and knees must be covered). The tasting is included on your tour. This tour is limited to 40 participants.
ROVINJ & ITS CATHEDRAL
  2 h 00
From the pier, follow your guide and start your walking tour of the historical centre of Rovinj. The historical centre is almost entirely built on a rocky island and connected to the mainland since the 13th century. During your tour, you will discover the Venetian influence and its rich cultural legacy, omnipresent in the architecture of the tall houses with warm red tiled roofs and the narrow streets intersected by covered passageways and archways, decorated with ancient frescoes.
The highlight of your visit will most certainly be the Basilica of Saint Euphemia, a prestigious building dating from the 8th century. Its 63-metre high bell tower rises out of the city centre, and is the most remarked symbol in the Istria region.
Built on the ancient ruins of a Roman church, it was altered in the 17th century in the Baroque style, and houses the relics of Saint Euphemia. They were brought from Constantinople in the 9th century for their safekeeping in a marble sarcophagus. There is also a mural depicting the life and the martyrdom of the saint. Every year on 16 September, the faithful gather around her tomb.
The church contains several treasures and works of art like Gothic statues from the 15th century and paintings from the 16th and the 17th centuries (The Last Supper and Christ in the Gethsemane).
  • This excursion involves approximately 1.5 hour of walking on cobblestone streets with some steps. We recommend you to wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate dress is recommended to enter religious sites (shoulders and knees must be covered).
POREC AND ITS BASILICA
  4 h 00
From the pier, board your coach and start your 45-minute scenic drive to Porec.
Once arriving, you will start your walking tour of the old town.
You will begin with the Episcopal Complex of the Euphrasian Basilica in the historic centre of Porec. The group of religious monuments in Porec, where Christianity was established as early as the 4th century, constitutes the most complete surviving complex of its type. The basilica, atrium, baptistery and Episcopal palace are outstanding examples of religious architecture, while the basilica itself combines classical and Byzantine elements.
This complex was enrolled in the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1997.
After the visit to the Episcopal Complex, you will have some free time in Porec before rejoining your coach for the drive back to Rovinj.
  • This excursion involves around 1,5 miles (2 km) of walking on cobblestone ground with some steps. We recommend you wear comfortable walking shoes and protect yourself from the sun. Appropriate dress is recommended to enter religious sites (shoulders and knees must be covered).

Day 9: Venice | Disembark

  • 1 Breakfast
Proud and eternal, Venice has reigned on its lagoon ever since the 6th century. You may think you know this city before even setting foot here. You will inevitably fall in love with the charm of the innumerable treasures of the Serenissima: Saint Mark’s square, the basilicaDoges palace, the Grand Canal and the gondolas. Yet, secret Venice is also waiting for you to explore its little interlacing streets and canals, to ramble through its squares and to push open the doors of its churches. The city’s extraordinary heritage shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a glass of Spritz and a few tramezzini.

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