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Take a break on board the Regatta experiencing 10 relaxing nights on this Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise to Europe - Mediterranean. Your ship embarks from Barcelona with an itinerary that includes 10 ports in 5 countries before finishing at Athens. Your 4.5 star voyage from Oceania Cruises has forward departures, but is unfortunately sold out for this departure.

Day Date Port of call Arrival Departure
1 Mon 25 Jun 2012 Barcelona, Spain 7.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Barcelona, located in Catalonia Spain, is Europe's largest metropolis on the Mediterranean coast, and one of the world’s major global cities. Today, Barcelona balances itself on the cutting edge of architecture, intellectual life, and style. Indeed Barcelona won the 1999 RIBA Royal Gold Medal for its architecture, the first time that the winner has been a city, and not an individual architect. The ‘Gothic Quarter’ is the centre of the old city of Barcelona, where many of the buildings date as far back as the Roman settlement. The Art Nouveau architectural style has a great number of buildings listed as World Heritage Sites.

An outstanding example of this is the immense, remarkable, but still unfinished church of the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882, with completion planned for 2026. There are far too many famous attractions for all to be listed, however a few of the most popular include: the Barcelona Aquarium, with the IMAX cinema right next door; the Spanish Village that is home to replicate styles of houses from different parts of Spain; as well as fascinating traditionally made Spanish goods; and for football fanatics, the not-to-be-missed Barcelona Football Club Museum.

Add to this the Picasso Museum with his paintings displayed in alphabetical order, the Zoo, the National Museum of Art of Catalunya, and the Magic fountain on Montjuic, and one realises that this city with its old world attraction will not disappoint. Last but not least is Barcelona's old town, the heart of the city. It's made up of many small neighbourhoods, full of old-world character, linked by narrow, winding streets. Students, foreigners and artists thrive in this area, attracted by its sense of history and cosmopolitan feel, along with its trendy bars, concert halls and good restaurants.

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2 Tue 26 Jun 2012 Marseille, France 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Located on the SE coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, Marseille is France's largest commercial port, and is also the largest French city on the Mediterranean coast. It serves as a gateway to the lush fertile region of Provence and all its cultural contributions to gastronomic excellence, impressionistic art, and ancient architecture. This cosmopolitan city with 300 days of sunshine a year, clear blue skies and the down-to-earth warmth of its residents, boasts a trading history that goes back more than 2,500 years. It is renowned for its beaches, a wide range of water sports, and particularly teaching scuba diving.

The main sights in Central Marseille include 20 fascinating museums that cover the historical periods of France, ancient to contemporary art, and the Fine Arts, as well as some unusual displays such as for earthenware and for motor bikes. A stroll around the Old Port, guarded by two massive forts and lined with dozens of cafes, is not to be missed. There are many religious buildings including the Abbey of Saint-Victor with its 5th century crypt and catacombs, and the Cathedral of Sainte-Marie-Majeure that attract numerous visitors.

Visit: the beautiful Basilica of Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, an enormous Romano-Byzantine basilica where the terraces offer spectacular panoramic views of the city; the Palais de la Bourse; the City Hall; and the delightful Pierre Puget Park. If so inclined, go shopping at the famous Centre Bourse and the adjacent rue St Ferreol district. There are also many tours of Provence available such as the wine-tasting tours, and all visitors will be fascinated by the building projects for completion by 2014, as the city has been chosen as the European Capital of Culture for that year.

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3 Wed 27 Jun 2012 Livorno, Italy 8.00am overnight
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Livorno is the third largest port on the west coast of Italy, and is well known for supporting cruise ship tourism to Florence, the Tower of Pisa, the hill towns of Tuscany, Cinque Terre with its enchanting villages, and the Chianti wine region, generally with time allowed for visiting some famous outlet stores of famous fashion houses. However the port of Livorno itself has a lot to offer visitors. Criss-crossed by Medicean canals that are still navigable, and with its port overlooked by towers and fortresses, this well-planned city is most appealing. In or out of town, you are sure to have a wonderful time.

Home to the first bathing establishments in Italy, many still remain along the promenade that stretches for many kilometres between impressive 19th-century buildings. There are also villas in the Liberty style, and green vegetation consisting of pine trees, tamarisks and oleanders. Local places of interest include: the Naval Academy founded in 1881; the city Aquarium; and the Museo Mascagnano with its records of famous operas. Also popular are the hands-on Natural History Museum of the Mediterranean with its 20m-long whale skeleton called Annie, and the Terrazza Mascagni that offers a wonderful view of some of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Be sure to take a walk along Terrazza Mascagni, an elegant terrace with its stone balustrades, which sweeps gracefully along the seafront in a dramatic chessboard flurry of black-and-white checks. The Fortezza Nuova, built in the late 16th century, is in an area known as Little Venice because of its small canals. The interior is now a park and little remains of the fort except for the sturdy outer walls. The old-fashioned baths, Bagni Pancaldi, first opened in 1846, are great for those who enjoy the opportunity to swim, rent canoes, hang out in coloured canvas cabins and frolic in the sun.

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4 Thu 28 Jun 2012 Livorno, Italy 8.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Livorno is the third largest port on the west coast of Italy, and is well known for supporting cruise ship tourism to Florence, the Tower of Pisa, the hill towns of Tuscany, Cinque Terre with its enchanting villages, and the Chianti wine region, generally with time allowed for visiting some famous outlet stores of famous fashion houses. However the port of Livorno itself has a lot to offer visitors. Criss-crossed by Medicean canals that are still navigable, and with its port overlooked by towers and fortresses, this well-planned city is most appealing. In or out of town, you are sure to have a wonderful time.

Home to the first bathing establishments in Italy, many still remain along the promenade that stretches for many kilometres between impressive 19th-century buildings. There are also villas in the Liberty style, and green vegetation consisting of pine trees, tamarisks and oleanders. Local places of interest include: the Naval Academy founded in 1881; the city Aquarium; and the Museo Mascagnano with its records of famous operas. Also popular are the hands-on Natural History Museum of the Mediterranean with its 20m-long whale skeleton called Annie, and the Terrazza Mascagni that offers a wonderful view of some of the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago.

Be sure to take a walk along Terrazza Mascagni, an elegant terrace with its stone balustrades, which sweeps gracefully along the seafront in a dramatic chessboard flurry of black-and-white checks. The Fortezza Nuova, built in the late 16th century, is in an area known as Little Venice because of its small canals. The interior is now a park and little remains of the fort except for the sturdy outer walls. The old-fashioned baths, Bagni Pancaldi, first opened in 1846, are great for those who enjoy the opportunity to swim, rent canoes, hang out in coloured canvas cabins and frolic in the sun.

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5 Fri 29 Jun 2012 Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy 8.00am 8.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Rome, the capital, and largest city of Italy, is full of unending possibilities. It can be reached from the port of Civitavecchia in approximately ninety minutes either by train or coach. Rome greets visitors with a multitude of faces, such as the Ancient City with ruins like: the Colosseum; the seven hills; the Roman Forum; and the Sacred Way, the path used for triumphal processions. There is Renaissance Rome, full of winding streets and sun-dappled piazzas, and the Vatican, home to the Pope. Also popular are the Sistine Chapel with Michaelangelo's famous Creation of Adam fresco, and his masterpiece, La Pieta, at St. Peter's Cathedral.

Art is everywhere, with masterpieces often hidden in tiny, nondescript churches. Organised tours, with strictly controlled numbers, are regarded by many as the ideal way to 'see Rome', as they generally result in more prompt access, without lengthy queues. However you can explore Rome at your own pace, perhaps with a city's Roma Pass, on an extensive hop-on hop off itinerary, including 17 stops, through the heart of Rome. You have the choice of a 24 or 48 hours ticket, in especially appointed tourist friendly buses. The 48 hours ticket also allows for an interchangeable hop-on hop-off Rome cruise.

Rome has at least 40 underground burial places - catacombs - under or near the city. Though most famous for Christian burials, they include pagan and Jewish burials, either in separate catacombs or mixed together. The first large-scale catacombs were excavated from the 2nd century onwards and continued until recent decades. Most visitors don’t forget to visit the Trevi Fountain, to throw in their coins and make their wishes! If you have already visited Rome, the surrounding countryside offers many fascinating choices, including the picturesque hill towns of Orvieto, Viterbo, and Bagnoreggio which are just an hour away from the port.

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6 Sat 30 Jun 2012 Amalfi, Italy 8.00am
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Amalfi is a town in the region of Campania, Italy, on the Gulf of Salerno, 40 km SE of Naples. It lies at the mouth of a deep ravine at the foot of Monte Cerreto, surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery. Take a drive along the coast, past precipices defying gravity, green terraces of grapevines and groves of lemon and olive trees sweeping down slopes to clear blue water below, and you are presented with some of the most breathtakingly beautiful scenery in the world. Be adventurous and examine every nook and cranny while walking the streets and you'll be amazed at what you may find.

Amalfi is famous for establishing the 'rules of the sea' in the fourteenth century, and while tourist shops are housed in the shipyards where powerful galleys were once built, the former glory is remembered on a tiled map. The town also boasts a grand cathedral with an imposing stairway, a fanciful neo-Byzantine facade, as well as superb carvings and paintings, considering their age. Visit the small villages where the faded yellow-pink buildings, the scent of roses and carnations, and the pink oleander hanging over the crumbling walls, all meld together in a palette of seductive colours.

The Amalfi Cathedral displays original wall paintings. The carvings and paintings on the ceilings are stunning, while the artefacts are fantastic. The building just improves around every corner. Also very popular is the Valle delle Ferriere. On a lovely day - maybe not in mid-summer - walk up the hill following the river with its many waterfalls. There are numerous old paper mills with the river running through them. One can take a circular walk, or retrace their footsteps, but it is worth walking round. Keep in mind that there are hundreds of steps to come back down. Whatever you choose to do, you will be utterly delighted by the simplicity and beauty surrounding you.

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6 Sat 30 Jun 2012 Positano, Italy 6.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Positano is a small town on the Amalfi Coast in Campania, Italy. The main part of the city with its steeply stacked houses presents a pleasant medley of pastel colours, and its near vertical streets - indeed some of the streets are actually staircases - sits in an enclave in the hills leading down to the coast. This is one of the coast's most photogenic and expensive towns. The city has been buried by lava seventeen times in recorded history, and in layers under the present day city are the Roman city that preceded it, and the Greek city before that. Currently, different ancient remains can be seen and visited in the city-centre, as part of the Archaeological Park.

Mount Etna is ever-present and has, to a large extent, shaped both the history and the actual existence of Catania. On several occasions volcanic eruptions destroyed the city, the most devastating of which happened in the 17th Century. The reaction to this catastrophe was amazing. The entire old part of town was rebuilt in Baroque style, with large, wide open squares and avenues. It is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The most remarkable aspect however, was the building material used, lava. Catania is essentially a “grey” city and unique in the world for this.

The town has long specialised in clothing as well as hand-made shoes and sandals that are sold from flamboyant displays in delightful boutiques. You will also notice many beautiful jewellery stalls. Take a tour of the town itself and enjoy a relaxing stroll that involves learning about the town's history, information on local wines and local stories, shopping, and tasting local produce. Of course, there are numerous delightful restaurants, such as the Ristorante Saraceno d'Oro and La Tagliata, where you can delight in the distinctive taste of the local foods. As John Steinbeck said, "It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone."

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7 Sun 1 Jul 2012 Taormina, Italy 8.00am 6.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Taormina is a small town on the island of Sicily in Italy, in the Province of Messina. Settled on a hill, the town - accessible via an aerial tramway - dominates two sweeping bays, and on the southern side the top of Mount Etna can be seen. While it is unashamedly touristy and has a main street lined with high-end designer shops, the town remains a striking location with gorgeous medieval churches, a stunning Greek theatre, and sweeping views. It seems to have a magical atmosphere that has attracted visitors from all over the world for many years.

For most of the year you can swim, sun bake, scuba dive, sail or windsurf. Performances at the Greek theatre, painting exhibitions at local churches, elegant shopping, art museums, and even classical music cafes, are all very popular attractions. Then there is the delightful Sicilian food offered at a wide range of venues. Plenty of agencies offer day trips to Mount Etna. Only those with a guide are allowed to walk right to the top, but the lava flows are impressive. It is over 3000m high and often covered in clouds, so at all times have warm clothing.

Nowadays visitors can still find fine examples of Taormina's golden times such as the Roman ‘Naumachiae’, and the 13th century Cathedral of Saint Nicola. There are also numerous monuments including the Odeon, Palazzo Ciampoli, and the ancient theatre. While going through the city you will notice a very wide range of landmarks. These include: the fountain in the piazza duomo; traces of ancient walls and gates; the Clock Tower; the Byzantine Madonna; and the public Gardens, to name a few. There truly seems to be no end to fascinating places that can be thoroughly enjoyed. Castelmola is a hilltop village 5km above Taormina, with even better views.

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8 Mon 2 Jul 2012 At Sea
9 Tue 3 Jul 2012 Kusadasi, Turkey 9.00am 8.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Kusadasi is a resort town on Turkey's Aegean coast and the centre of the seaside district of the same name. While best known as a starting point for visiting Ephesus, once one of the most beautiful cities in the world with a history dating from 3000 BC, there’s also a delightful range of activities in town. Places of interest include: the City Walls, of which one gate remains to-day; the peninsula at the end of the bay with its castle and swimming beaches; several aqua parks with wave-pools and white-water slides; Ladies Beach, once segregated but now open to all; and Dilek Peninsula National Park. See all this in a pleasant walk.

If visiting in summer take time out for a swim. Scuba diving is a popular activity and a visit to the local markets will provide some interesting bargains. You could visit the Greek island of Samos, just an hour and a quarter away by ferry. It is an island with green mountains, breath taking beaches and rich archaeological sites. There are abundant opportunities for walking, mountain biking and windsurfing. For those who would rather soak up some history there are lots of old fishing villages such as Pythagorean and Ireon, picturesque towns, ancient sites and museums around the island.

Take a coach to ancient Ephesus, one of the great outdoor museums of Turkey. It was a pilgrimage centre of first Cybele, and then Artemis. It was the birthplace of the philosopher Heraclitus. Amazons, Greeks, Lydians, Romans and many other civilizations lived and left traces here. The apostle Paul spent some years in this city. e sure to tour this excellent ancient city with the Basilica of St John, and the restored Temple of Artemis, that is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world. Further along the road is Miletus, with its massive amphitheatre and ruins, again visited by the apostle Paul.

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10 Wed 4 Jul 2012 Santorini, Greece 8.00am 5.00pm
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Santorini is a small, circular archipelago of volcanic islands located in the Aegean Sea, about 200 km from Greece's mainland. It is essentially what remains of an enormous volcanic explosion some 3500 years ago, which destroyed the earliest settlements on what was formerly a single island, and which resulted in the creation of the current geological caldera. Take the cable car to view the beautiful panorama of Santorini. The most exotic spot on Santorini is Red Beach. It is a difficult walk, but you can take a water taxi from Kamari or Perissa, and absorb the dramatic colour of the rocks 'spilling' onto the beach.

There are tours on offer to visit the beautiful beaches, while many tourists hire cars, scooters, or quad bikes and dune buggies to get off the beaten track. You could even enjoy the amazing experience of mule riding. Hot springs at Palia Kameni, with water at a temperature of about 33 C and that contains sulfur which is good for the skin, has become a popular destination, although it involves swimming from boats into a muddy-looking bay. A swim and a mud bath can be quite refreshing after a hot walk to the volcano. The volcano is frequently explored, and if climbed, will provide a view of ancient lava streams.

You can visit the well-preserved Minoan village of Akrotiri, believed to be part of the legendary lost Atlantis, or travel to the delightful village of nearby Oia. You will find shops selling intricate hand-made goods at the capital Fira, and even a winery nearby. Also worth visiting are the museums, such as the Museum of Pre-historic Thira, Imerovigili that provides the best views of the caldera, and the traditional village of Megalochiri. On the other side of the city you can visit Rodíni Park, a true paradise with many peacocks, streams and paths amidst oleander bushes, cypress, maple and pine trees.

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11 Thu 5 Jul 2012 Athens, Greece 5.00am
Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise Athens, the capital and largest city of Greece, is also one of the world's oldest cities with an unparalleled history that spans around 3,400 years. Experiencing long periods of sunshine throughout the year, and known as "the cradle of Western civilisation", it is a 'must-see' destination for world travellers. The city contains a fascinating variety of different architectural styles, ranging from Greco-Roman through Neo-Classical, to Modern. They are usually all found together in the same areas, as a walk through the old neighbourhoods of the famous historic triangle will reveal. All this together with fancy restaurants and traditional taverns ensure a delightful visit. Watch the changing of the guard at the Parliament Building!

The Acropolis hill, or the "Sacred Rock" of Athens, is one of the most recognisable monuments of the world. It includes the glorious marble structures of the Parthenon built in honour of Athena, the patron goddess of the city, the monumental entrances to the sacred area called the Propylaea, the Temple of Athena Nike dedicated to the winged maidens who attended to her, and the Erechtheion "Porch of the Maiden". The Byzantine, Archaeological and Historical Museums, the Municipal Gallery, and the Athens Concert Hall are among many other sites worth viewing. Numerous tours are available, or you could hire a car.

Next to big institutions such as the National Gallery and the Benaki Museum, a large number of small private galleries, hosting the works of contemporary visual and media artists, are spread. For shoppers, the many well-known and international name brands and traditional Greek art and folklore shops as well as innumerable chic boutiques and specialty shops provide for every taste and budget. Many families visit one of the fun parks and enjoy the many activities they offer. Wild life lovers shouldn’t fail to pay a visit to the Athens Zoo, which hosts amongst others one of the biggest varieties of birds.

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Regatta explores the coasts of North and South America, following the sun. Think of Alaskan fjords, Panama crossings, Caribbean islands, New England in Autumn, and all of South America including the Amazon River. On 16 January 2015 Regatta departs on a return trip from Miami to circumnavigate South America. Think of: Aztec ruins, the Andes, fjords, glaciers, Cape Horn, the magnificent cities of South America, the Amazon and the Caribbean. Sectors are available. No itineraries could be considered ordinary or repeated. In late 2015 Regatta leaves the Pacific coast of North America for the Atlantic Coast. This particular vessel is very appealing to its guests, who refer the atmosphere of a smaller vessel. Cruises range from one to twelve weeks, and usually visit a port a day. In ports that hold special interest the ship stays for two or three nights, to allow for serious on-shore excursions.

Accommodation
Most cabins have an outside view, and two-thirds have a private balcony. The standard interior and outside cabins are smallish but comfortable, with twin/queen-size bed and ‘best beds at sea’, bathrobes, plenty of built-in cabinets, flat-screen TV, DVD player, writing desk, satellite phone, wireless Internet, and personal safe. Décor is attractive with dark wood accents. Maid service is twice daily. Cabins with balcony have a fridge mini-bar, lounge area with breakfast table, and balcony with teak chairs and table. Speedy room service is available from a separate in-room dining menu.

Food and Dining
All dining is open-seated and dining is when you choose. There are four different restaurants. The Grand Dining Room features 'American-inspired continental cuisine' in an elegant atmosphere with fine table settings and top service. The Toscana Italian Restaurant offers genuine Tuscan cuisine and wines, with unique touches. The Polo Grill features steakhouse and seafood in a leather-chair club setting. (Reservations, but no extra charge for these last two venues.) The lido Terrace Cafe - indoors and outdoors - is the ship's self-service buffet, that transforms in the evenings to Tapas on the Terrace, servicing an eclectic mix of dishes.

Entertainment
On-shore itineraries are the main daytime fare. However, on the ship, day classes include small-group Microsoft software instruction, use of the Internet, and digital photography - that is, if you are not absorbed in the Library, wine tasting, or relaxing in a top-deck Jacuzzi. In the evening the ship is filled with music in several bars and lounges. The Regatta Lounge is the centre for lectures, some social events, and a mix of comedians, magicians, classical recitals, and staff entertainers.

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Cruise summary

Cruise: Mediterranean Tapestry Cruise
Duration: 10 nights
Ship: Regatta
Star rating:
Departs: Barcelona
Returns: Athens
Ports of call: 10
Forward departures:

What's onboard? ▼

  • Balconies to 85% of staterooms
  • Port stays late, often overnight
  • Casual dress
  • DINING
  • Dining venues open seating (5)
  • Chaîne des Rôtisseurs member
  • Specialty coffee
  • Afternoon tea English-style
  • Pizzeria, ice cream, sundae bar
  • Gourmet canapés nightly
  • Dietary requests (pre-cruise)
  • ENTERTAINMENT
  • Cabaret and musical venues
  • Eight-piece orchestra, string quartet
  • Jazz, disco, dancing
  • Dance hosts
  • Casino
  • REST & RELAXATION
  • Swimming pool
  • Whirlpools (2)
  • Sun deck, fitness track
  • Spa, beauty, fitness centre
  • Thalassotherapy pool
  • Library
  • Culinary, Art instruction
  • Enrichment speakers
  • Internet centre, Wi-Fi (pay)
  • Laptop in suite
  • iPad in some suites
  • Boutique shops
  • Shore programs, packages (pay)
  • OTHER
  • Laundry service (pay)
  • Medical centre
  • Wheelchair accessibility good
  • Cabin power 110/220 V

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • All main meals on-board
  • Gourmet dining for all meals
  • Specialty coffee, tea, bottled water, juices & snacks 24 hrs
  • Afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes & pastries daily
  • Open/anytime seating & multi-venue dining
  • Specialty restaurants no extra charge
  • Captain’s welcome cocktail party (Previous guests)
  • Welcome bottle of champagne (Suites)
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Stocked in-suite mini-bar at no charge (non-alcoholic)
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Specialty lectures, workshops, classes & programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Butler service (Suites)
  • Concierge service
  • Port maps and/or guide books
  • Destination seminars and/or lectures
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers
  • Shuttle service port-to-CBD (many ports)

What's excluded? ▼

  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Gratuities: Staterooms USD 15, Suites with butler service USD 22 pp/night. See Purser to adjust at your discretion.
  • Service charge: beverages, spa, La Reserve dinner 18%
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges

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