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Name Category Location
 
303 Gallery
International cutting-edge artists shown here...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
75½ Bedford Street
Rising real-estate rates inspired the...
Houses / Mansions West Village
 
9/11 Memorial
Finished just in time for the 10th anniversary of...
Memorials / Monuments Financial District
 
9/11 Memorial Museum
To one side of the reflecting pools of the 9/11...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
The centerpiece of the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Abyssinian Baptist Church
This 1923 Gothic-style church holds one of...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Acquavella Galleries
The 19th- and 20th-century museum-quality art...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Alphabet City
The north-south avenues east of 1st Avenue, from...
Neighborhoods / Streets East Village
 
American Folk Art Museum
After a near death, or rather, near debt...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
American Museum of Natural History
The largest natural history museum in the...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
Andrea Rosen Gallery
Artists on the cutting edge, such as Felix...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Appellate Division Courthouse
Sculpted by Frederick Ruckstuhl, figures...
Government Buildings Flatiron District
 
Arthur Avenue (Belmont)
Manhattan's Little Italy is sadly overrun with...
Neighborhoods / Streets The Bronx
 
Asia Society and Museum
The Asian art collection of Mr. and Mrs. John D....
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Astor Place Subway Station
At the beginning of the 20th century almost...
Transportation Sites East Village
 
B. Altman Building/New York Public Library–Science, Industry, and Business Library (SIBL)
In 1906 department-store magnate Benjamin Altman...
Architectural Sites Murray Hill
 
Battery Park
Jutting out at the southernmost point of...
Parks Financial District
 
Bleecker Street
Walking the stretch of Bleecker Street between...
Neighborhoods / Streets Greenwich Village
 
Bowling Green
Perhaps most recognized as the home of Arturo Di...
Parks Financial District
 
Brighton Beach boardwalk
The Brighton Beach section of the boardwalk,...
Promenades / Boardwalks Brighton Beach
 
The Bronx Zoo
When it opened its gates in 1899, the Bronx Zoo...
Zoos / Aquariums The Bronx
 
Brooklyn Borough Hall
Built in 1848 as Brooklyn's City Hall, this Greek...
Government Buildings Brooklyn Heights
 
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The 52 acres of this beloved Brooklyn retreat,...
Gardens / Arboretums Park Slope
 
Brooklyn Bridge
"A drive-through cathedral" is how the journalist...
Bridges / Tunnels Financial District
 
Brooklyn Bridge Park
On the waterfront between the Brooklyn Bridge and...
Parks DUMBO
 
Brooklyn Children's Museum
A mile east of Grand Army Plaza is the oldest...
Museums / Galleries Park Slope
 
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Stretching from Orange Street to Remsen Street,...
Promenades / Boardwalks Brooklyn Heights
 
Brooklyn Historical Society
Housed in an 1881 Queen Anne–style National...
Museums / Galleries Brooklyn Heights
 
Brooklyn Museum
Although it may be overshadowed by the big name...
Museums / Galleries Park Slope
 
Bryant Park
This lovely green space nestled among landmarks...
Parks Midtown West
 
Canaan Baptist Church of Christ
The heavenly gospel music during Rev. Dr....
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Carl Schurz Park
Facing the East River, this park, named for a...
Parks Upper East Side
 
Casey Kaplan
Founded in 1995, the Casey Kaplan gallery...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
The largest Gothic-style cathedral in the world,...
Religious Sites Upper West Side
 
Central Library
Across Grand Army Plaza from the entrance to...
Libraries Park Slope
 
Central Park
Central Park's creators had a simple goal:...
Parks Upper West Side
 
Cheim & Read
This prestigious gallery represents artists...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Chelsea Market
This former Nabisco plant—where the first Oreos...
Markets / Bazaars Chelsea
 
Chelsea Piers
This sports-and-entertainment complex along the...
Sports Venues Chelsea
 
Children's Museum of Manhattan
In this five-story exploratorium, children ages...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
Children's Museum of the Arts
The CMA seeks to give children ages 1 to 15...
Museums / Galleries West Village
 
Christie's
One of the first items to be auctioned at the New...
Stores / Malls Midtown West
 
Christopher Park
You might have to share a bench in this tiny park...
Squares West Village
 
Chrysler Building
A monument to modern times and the mighty...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Citi Field
Opened in 2009, the Mets' newest stadium was...
Sports Venues Flushing and Corona
 
City Hall
What once marked the northernmost point of...
Government Buildings Financial District
 
The Cloisters Museum and Gardens
Perched on a wooded hill in Fort Tryon Park, near...
Museums / Galleries Inwood
 
Columbus Circle
This busy traffic circle at Central Park's...
Neighborhoods / Streets Upper West Side
 
Columbus Park
People-watching is the thing in this park. If you...
Parks Chinatown
 
Coney Island Circus Sideshow
Step right up for lively circus-sideshow...
Arts / Performance Venues Coney Island
 
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum is...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Curry Hill
Affectionately nicknamed in reference to the...
Neighborhoods / Streets Murray Hill
 
Cushman Row
Built in 1840 for merchant and developer Don...
Historic Districts / Sites Chelsea
 
The Cyclone and Luna Park
The highlight of Coney Island's amusement park...
Amusement Parks Coney Island
 
Daily News Building
The landmark lobby of this art deco tower...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
The Dakota
One of the first residences built on the Upper...
Architectural Sites Upper West Side
 
David Findlay Jr. Gallery
This well-established gallery concentrates on...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
David Zwirner
In 2013, Zwirner further solidified his...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park
You'll get a wide perspective from atop the...
Amusement Parks Coney Island
 
Drawing Center
At this nonprofit organization the focus is...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
Edwynn Houk Gallery
The impressive stable of 20th-century...
Museums / Galleries Midtown East
 
El Museo del Barrio
El barrio is Spanish for "the neighborhood" and...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Ellis Island
Please note that due to damage from Hurricane...
Historic Districts / Sites Financial District
 
Empire State Building
With a pencil-slim silhouette, recognizable...
Architectural Sites Murray Hill
 
Essex Street Market
Started in 1940 as an attempt by Mayor Fiorello...
Markets / Bazaars Lower East Side
 
Federal Hall National Memorial
It's a museum now, but this site has quite a...
Memorials / Monuments Financial District
 
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
With its imposing mix of sandstone, limestone,...
Financial Institutions Financial District
 
First Corinthian Baptist Church
One of the most ornate structures in Harlem, this...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Flatiron Building
When completed in 1902, the Fuller Building,...
Architectural Sites Flatiron District
 
Flushing Meadows–Corona Park
Standing in the lush grass of this park, you'd...
Sports Venues Flushing and Corona
 
Fraunces Tavern Museum
This former tavern, where General George...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
Frick Collection
Henry Clay Frick made his fortune amid the soot...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Gagosian Gallery
This enterprising modern gallery has two large...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Galerie Lelong
This large gallery presents challenging...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Gallery Onetwentyeight
Inside this narrow space, artist Kazuko Miyamoto...
Museums / Galleries Lower East Side
 
Gay Street
A curved, one-block lane lined with small row...
Neighborhoods / Streets Greenwich Village
 
Gladstone Gallery
The international roster of artists at this...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Governors Island
Governors Island is open to the public from...
Parks Financial District
 
Gracie Mansion
The official mayor's residence, Gracie Mansion...
Houses / Mansions Upper East Side
 
Gramercy Park
You may not be able to enter this private park...
Parks Gramercy
 
Grand Central Terminal
Grand Central is not only the world's largest (76...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Grant's Tomb
Walk through upper Riverside Park and you're...
Memorials / Monuments Upper West Side
 
Hamilton Grange National Memorial
Founding father Alexander Hamilton and his wife...
Houses / Mansions, Parks, Historic Districts / Sites Harlem
 
Hamilton Heights
To taste this neighborhood's Harlem Renaissance...
Neighborhoods / Streets Harlem
 
Hauser & Wirth
On the site of the former Roxy nightclub and...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Helmsley Building
This Warren & Wetmore–designed 1929 landmark...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
The High Line
Once a railroad track carrying freight trains,...
Parks Chelsea
 
Hirschl & Adler Gallery
Although this gallery has a selection of European...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
The Hispanic Society of America Museum and Library
This is the best collection of Hispanic and...
Museums / Galleries Harlem
 
Historic Richmond Town
Think of Virginia's Colonial Williamsburg (the...
Museum Village Staten Island
 
The Hole
Run by Kathy Grayson, the former director of the...
Museums / Galleries East Village
 
Hotel Chelsea
This 12-story Queen Anne–style neighborhood...
Hotels Chelsea
 
Hudson River Park
The quiet places of New York City are...
Parks TriBeCa
 
International Center of Photography
Founded in 1974 by photojournalist Cornell Capa...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Jack Shainman Gallery
Emerging and established artists such as Tallur...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art
At the top of a hill sits this replica of a...
Museums / Galleries Staten Island
 
Jane Kahan
This welcoming gallery represents some lofty...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Japan Society
The stylish, serene lobby of the Japan Society...
Museums / Galleries Midtown East
 
The Jewish Museum
In a Gothic-style 1908 mansion, the Jewish Museum...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Kimlau Square
Ten streets converge at this labyrinthine...
Squares Chinatown
 
Koreatown
Despite sitting in the shade of the Empire State...
Neighborhoods / Streets Murray Hill
 
Leo Castelli
Castelli was one of the most influential...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Leslie + Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
Founded in the late 1980s, this museum has...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
Louis Armstrong House Museum
For the last 28 years of his life the famed jazz...
Houses / Mansions Flushing and Corona
 
Lower East Side Tenement Museum
Step back in time and into the partially restored...
Museums / Galleries Lower East Side
 
Luhring Augustine Gallery
Owners Lawrence Luhring and Roland Augustine have...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Madame Tussaud's New York
Sit in the Oval Office with President Obama, sing...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Madison Square Park
The benches of this elegant tree-filled park...
Parks Flatiron District
 
Mahayana Buddhist Temple
This pleasant and bright Buddhist temple is at a...
Religious Sites Chinatown
 
Marcus Garvey Park
At the center of this historic, tree-filled...
Parks Harlem
 
Marian Goodman Gallery
Perhaps the most respected contemporary art...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Marlborough Chelsea
With galleries in London, Monaco, and Madrid, the...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Marlborough Gallery (Midtown)
The Marlborough gallery has an international...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Mary Boone Gallery
Based in SoHo in the late seventies, when it...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Masjid Malcolm Shabazz
Talk about religious conversions. In the...
Religious Sites Harlem
 
Matthew Marks Gallery
A hot venue for both the New York and...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Merchant's House Museum
Built in 1832, this redbrick house, combining...
Museums / Galleries East Village
 
Metro Pictures
The hottest talents in contemporary art shown...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower
When it was added to the original building on...
Architectural Sites Flatiron District
 
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
If Manhattan held no other museum than the...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Mitchell-Innes & Nash
This sleek spot represents the estates of Roy...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
MoMA PS1
A pioneer in the "alternative-space" movement,...
Museums / Galleries Long Island City
 
Morgan Library and Museum
The treasures inside this museum, gathered by...
Museums / Galleries Murray Hill
 
Morris-Jumel Mansion
During the Revolutionary War, General Washington...
Houses / Mansions Harlem
 
Mount Vernon Hotel Museum and Garden
Built in 1799, this former carriage house...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Museum at Eldridge Street
The exterior of this Orthodox synagogue, the...
Religious Sites Lower East Side
 
Museum at FIT
What this small, three-gallery museum housed in...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Museum of American Finance
Pre-9/11, a visit to the New York Stock Exchange...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
Museum of American Illustration
Founded in 1901, the museum of the Society of...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Museum of Arts and Design
In a funky-looking white building right across...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
Founded in 1980, this museum is dedicated to...
Museums / Galleries Chinatown
 
Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
In a granite 85-foot hexagon at the southern...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
Museum of Mathematics
There's no exact formula to get kids excited...
Museums / Galleries Flatiron District
 
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Art enthusiasts and novices alike are often...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space
Opened in late 2012, this self-described "living...
Museums / Galleries East Village
 
Museum of Sex
Ponder the profound history and cultural...
Museums / Galleries Flatiron District
 
Museum of the City of New York
In a Colonial Revival building designed for the...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Museum of the Moving Image
Like switching to a widescreen television, the...
Museums / Galleries Astoria
 
Nancy Hoffman Gallery
Contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing,...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
National Museum of the American Indian (Smithsonian Institution)
Massive granite columns rise to a pediment...
Museums / Galleries, Native American Sites Financial District
 
Neue Galerie New York
Early-20th-century German and Austrian art and...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
New Museum
This seven-story, 60,000-square-foot...
Museums / Galleries Lower East Side
 
New York Aquarium
New York City's only aquarium is also the...
Zoos / Aquariums Coney Island
 
The New York Botanical Garden
Considered one of the leading botany centers of...
Gardens / Arboretums The Bronx
 
New York City Fire Museum
In the former headquarters of Engine 30—a...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
New York City Police Museum
Why are police called cops? Why does a police...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
New York Earth Room
Noted "earthworks" artist Walter De Maria's 1977...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
New York Hall of Science
At the northwestern edge of Flushing...
Museums / Galleries Flushing and Corona
 
New York Public Library (NYPL) Main Branch: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building
In 2011 the "Library with the Lions" celebrated...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
Unfortunately you can't tour it, but it's...
Financial Institutions Financial District
 
The New York Times Building
This 52-story building with its distinctive,...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
New York Transit Museum
Step down into a 1930s subway station, where...
Museums / Galleries Brooklyn Heights
 
New-York Historical Society
Manhattan's oldest museum, founded in 1804, was...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
Nicholas Roerich Museum
An 1898 Upper West Side town house contains this...
Museums / Galleries Upper West Side
 
The Noguchi Museum
In 1985 the Japanese-American sculptor Isamu...
Museums / Galleries Long Island City
 
OK Harris Works of Art
Since 1969, this contemporary fine-arts gallery...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
Pace Gallery
The impressive roster of artists represented by...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Pace Gallery (Midtown)
This leading contemporary art gallery—now with...
Museums / Galleries Midtown East
 
The Paley Center for Media
With three galleries of photographs and artifacts...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Patchin Place
This little cul-de-sac off West 10th Street...
Neighborhoods / Streets Greenwich Village
 
Paula Cooper Gallery
SoHo pioneer Paula Cooper moved to Chelsea in...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Peter Findlay Gallery
Covering 19th- and 20th-century works by European...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Pierogi Gallery
Nope, it's not a restaurant, it's a hip art...
Museums / Galleries Williamsburg
 
Plymouth Church
Built in 1849, this Protestant Congregational...
Religious Sites Brooklyn Heights
 
Prospect Park
Brooklyn residents are fiercely passionate about...
Parks Park Slope
 
Queens Botanical Garden
Adjacent to Flushing Meadows–Corona Park,...
Gardens / Arboretums Flushing and Corona
 
Queens Museum of Art
Between the zoo and the Unisphere in Flushing...
Museums / Galleries Flushing and Corona
 
Queens Zoo
Behind the Hall of Science in Flushing...
Zoos / Aquariums Flushing and Corona
 
The Rink at Rockefeller Center
Set in the shadow of the giant Rockefeller Center...
Sports Venues, Parks Midtown West
 
Riverside Park
Surrounded by concrete and skyscrapers all day,...
Parks Upper West Side
 
Robert Miller Gallery
The Robert Miller Gallery, founded in 1977 by...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Rockefeller Center
If Times Square is New York's crossroads,...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Founded in 1971 and in SoHo since the 1980s, this...
Museums / Galleries SoHo
 
Roosevelt Island
The 2-mile-long East River slice of land that...
Neighborhoods / Streets, Memorials / Monuments Upper East Side
 
The Row
Built from 1833 through 1837, this series of...
Architectural Sites Greenwich Village
 
Rubin Museum of Art
This sleek and serene museum spread over six...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
The San Remo
You're likely to notice its twin towers rising...
Architectural Sites Upper West Side
 
SculptureCenter
Founded by artists in 1928 to exhibit innovative...
Museums / Galleries Long Island City
 
Seagram Building
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a pioneer of modern...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Sideshow Gallery
The focus is on local Williamsburg artists at...
Museums / Galleries Williamsburg
 
Skyscraper Museum
Why get a crick in your neck—or worse, risk...
Museums / Galleries Financial District
 
Smack Mellon
Inside a 12,000-square-foot restored boiler...
Museums / Galleries DUMBO
 
Smorgasburg
The ultimate eating extravaganza, Smorgasburg...
Markets / Bazaars Williamsburg
 
Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden
Once part of a sprawling farm, this 83-acre...
Historic Districts / Sites Staten Island
 
Socrates Sculpture Park
In 1986 local artist Mark di Suvero and other...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue) Long Island City
 
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Frank Lloyd Wright's landmark nautilus-like...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Sonnabend
This pioneer of the SoHo art scene continues to...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Sony Wonder Technology Lab
Have kids in tow? The free Sony Wonder Technology...
Arts / Performance Venues Midtown East
 
Sotheby's
Occupying its own 10-story building, this...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
South Street Seaport Historic District
Had this charming cobblestone corner of the city...
Neighborhoods / Streets Financial District
 
Spanierman Gallery
This venerable gallery deals in 19th- and...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Sperone Westwater
Founded in 1975 in SoHo, and after spending...
Museums / Galleries Lower East Side
 
St. Luke's Place
Steeped in New York City history and shaded by...
Neighborhoods / Streets West Village
 
St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
This charming 1799 fieldstone country church,...
Religious Sites East Village
 
St. Marks Place
The longtime hub of the edgy East Village, St....
Neighborhoods / Streets East Village
 
St. Patrick's Cathedral
This Gothic edifice—the largest Catholic...
Religious Sites Midtown East
 
St. Patrick's Old Cathedral
If you've watched The Godfather, you've peeked...
Religious Sites NoLIta
 
St. Paul's Chapel
For more than a year after the World Trade Center...
Religious Sites Financial District
 
Staten Island Ferry
Every day, some 60,000 people ride the free...
Tours Financial District
 
The Statue of Liberty
For millions of immigrants, the first glimpse of...
Memorials / Monuments Financial District
 
Stone Street Historic District
Nestled amid skyscrapers, the low-rise, two-block...
Historic Districts / Sites Financial District
 
Strivers' Row
This block of gorgeous 1890s Georgian and...
Architectural Sites Harlem
 
Studio Museum in Harlem
Contemporary art by African-American, Caribbean,...
Museums / Galleries Harlem
 
Stuyvesant Street
This diagonal slicing through the block...
Neighborhoods / Streets East Village
 
Sugar Hill
Standing on the bluff of Sugar Hill overlooking...
Neighborhoods / Streets Harlem
 
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Contemporary artists such as Uta Barth, whose...
Museums / Galleries Chelsea
 
Tibor de Nagy Gallery
Founded in 1950, this gallery shows works by...
Museums / Galleries Midtown West
 
Times Square
Hands down, this is the most frenetic part of New...
Squares Midtown West
 
Times Square Visitor Center
After its $1.8 million renovation, this visitor...
Information Centers Midtown West
 
Tompkins Square Park
This leafy park fills up with locals year-round,...
Parks East Village
 
Top of the Rock
Rockefeller Center's multifloor observation deck,...
Viewpoints Midtown West
 
Tribute WTC Visitor Center
This project of the September 11th Families'...
Information Centers Financial District
 
Trinity Wall Street Church
Alexander Hamilton is buried under a white-stone...
Religious Sites Financial District
 
Trump Tower
The tallest all-glass building in Manhattan...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Tudor City
Before Donald Trump, there was Fred F. French. In...
Architectural Sites Midtown East
 
Ukrainian Museum
From the late nineteenth century through the...
Museums / Galleries East Village
 
Union Square Park and Greenmarket
A park, farmers' market, meeting place, and...
Markets / Bazaars, Squares Union Square
 
United Nations Headquarters
Officially an "international zone" and not...
Government Buildings Midtown East
 
University Club
Among the best surviving works of McKim, Mead &...
Architectural Sites Midtown West
 
USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Each August, 700,000 fans come here for the U.S....
Sports Venues Flushing and Corona
 
Washington Mews
A rarity in Manhattan, this pretty, brick-covered...
Neighborhoods / Streets Greenwich Village
 
Washington Square Park
NYU students, street musicians, skateboarders,...
Squares Greenwich Village
 
Wave Hill
Drawn by stunning views of the Hudson River and...
Gardens / Arboretums The Bronx
 
Whitney Museum of American Art
With its bold collection of 20th- and...
Museums / Galleries Upper East Side
 
Woolworth Building
Until 40 Wall Street stole the title in 1930, but...
Architectural Sites Financial District
 
World Financial Center (WFC)
The four towers of this complex, which range...
Architectural Sites Financial District
 
World Trade Center Site (Ground Zero)
Thousands come each year to connect with events...
Architectural Sites Financial District
 
Yankee Stadium
Fans are still nostalgic about the original,...
Sports Venues The Bronx

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