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Whether you’re looking for hip cities, beautiful hikes, or laid-back beaches, the diversity of Washington state means there's something here for every type of traveler. In Seattle, you can sample farm-to-table treats at Pike Place Market and get a glimpse of the city lights at the top of the Space Needle, while smaller cities like Tacoma and Olympia entertain with quirky museums and small-town charm. Outdoor adventurers can explore national parks like Olympic, North Cascades, and Mount Rainier, as well hike up to Mt. St. Helens and the Cascade Mountains. Beach bums will find their bliss here too, with the San Juan Islands and Long Beach Peninsula offering plenty of swimming, surfing, and whale-watching.

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Seattle

Seattle is a city of many neighborhoods: eclectic, urban, outdoorsy, artsy, gritty, down-to-earth, or posh—it's all here, from the quirky character...

Olympic National Park

A spellbinding setting is tucked into the country's far northwestern corner, within the heart-shape Olympic Peninsula. Edged on all sides by...

Spokane

Washington's second-largest city, Spokane (spo- can, not spo- cane ) takes its name from the Spokan tribe of Salish Native Americans. It translates...

North Cascades National Park

Countless snow-clad mountain spires dwarf narrow glacial valleys in this 505,000-acre expanse of the North Cascades, which encompasses three...

Mount Rainier National Park

Like a mysterious, white-clad chanteuse, veiled in clouds even when the surrounding forests and fields are bathed in sunlight, Mt. Rainier is...

Tacoma

After decades of decline, Tacoma has been steadily undergoing a renaissance in recent years, with development around the waterfront and in other...

Port Townsend

On a peninsula—the small, crooked arm of the Quimper on the northeastern tip of the larger, torch-shaped Olympic—Port Townsend is a place where...

San Juan Island

San Juan is the cultural and commercial hub of the archipelago that shares its name. Friday Harbor, the county seat, is larger and both more...

Leavenworth

Leavenworth is a favorite weekend getaway for Seattle folks, and it's easy to see why: the charming (if occasionally too cute) Bavarian-style...

Bellingham

The fishing port and college community of Bellingham has steadily transformed itself from a rough-and-tumble blue-collar town to the arts, retirement...

Orcas Island

Orcas Island, the largest of the San Juans, is blessed with wide, pastoral valleys and scenic ridges that rise high above the neighboring waters...

The Puget Sound Islands

The islands of Puget Sound—particularly Bainbridge, Vashon, and Whidbey—are easy and popular day trips for Seattle visitors, and riding the...

Yakima

The gateway to Washington wine country is sunny Yakima (pronounced yak -imah), home to more than 90,000 people within the city limits and another...

Olympia

Olympia has been the capital of Washington since 1853, the beginning of city and state. It is small (population 48,000) for the capital city...

Walla Walla

A successful downtown restoration has earned Walla Walla high praise. The heart of downtown, at 2nd and Main Streets, looks as pretty as it...

Lopez Island

Known affectionately as "Slow-pez," the closest significantly populated island to the mainland is a broad, bay-encircled bit of terrain set...

Ellensburg

This university town is one of the state's friendliest and most easygoing places. "Modern" Ellensburg had its origin in a July 4 fire that engulfed...

Port Angeles

Sprawling along the hills above the deep-blue Strait of San Juan de Fuca, Port Angeles is the crux of the Olympic Peninsula's air, sea, and...

Long Beach

Long Beach bears a striking resemblance to Brooklyn's Coney Island in the 1950s. Along its main drag, which stretches southwest from 10th Street...

Poulsbo

Velkommen til Poulsbo ( pauls -bo), a charming village on lovely Liberty Bay. Soon after it was settled by Norwegians in the 1880s, shops and...

Sequim

Sequim (pronounced skwim ), incorporated in 1913, is a pleasant old mill town and farming center between the northern foothills of the Olympic...

Wenatchee

Wenatchee (we- nat -chee), the county seat of Chelan County, is an attractive city in a shallow valley at the confluence of the Wenatchee and...

Cle Elum

A former railroad, coal, and logging town, Cle Elum (pronounced "klee ell -um") now caters to travelers stopping for a breath of air before...

Gig Harbor

One of the prettiest and most accessible waterfront communities on Puget Sound, Gig Harbor has a neat, circular bay dotted with sailboats and...

Whidbey Island

Whidbey is a blend of low pastoral hills, evergreen and oak forests, meadows of wildflowers (including some endemic species), sandy beaches...

Winthrop

Before the cowboys came, the Methow Valley was a favorite gathering place for Native American tribes, who dug the plentiful and nutritious bulbs...

Moses Lake

The natural lake from which this sprawling town takes its name seems to be an anomaly in the dry landscape of east-central Washington. But ever...

Ocean Shores

Ocean Shores, a long stretch of resorts, restaurants, shops, and attractions, sits on the northern spit that encloses Grays Harbor. The whole...

Richland

Richland is the northernmost of the three municipalities along the bank of the Columbia River known as the Tri-Cities (the others are Pasco...

Centralia

Centralia (sen- trail -ya) was founded by George Washington, a freed slave from Virginia, who faced serious discrimination in several states...

Everett

Everett is best known for the Boeing Aircraft plant and for having the second-largest Puget Sound port (after Seattle). The naval station here...

Edmonds

This charming, somewhat suburban small city just north of Seattle has a waterfront lined by more than a mile of boutiques and restaurants, seaside...

Forks

The former logging town of Forks is named for two nearby river junctions: the Bogachiel and Calawah Rivers merge west of town, and a few miles...

Pullman

This funky, liberal town—home of Washington State University—is in the heart of the rather conservative Palouse agricultural district. The town...

Zillah

The south-facing slopes above Zillah, a tiny town named after the daughter of a railroad manager, are covered with orchards and vineyards. Several...

Stevenson

With the Bridge of the Gods toll bridge spanning the Columbia River above the Bonneville Dam, Stevenson acts as a sort of "twin city" to Cascade...

La Conner

Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, Guy Anderson, Mark Tobey, and other painters set up shop in La Conner in the 1940s, and the village on the...

Colville

This small town, the seat of Stevens County, sits in a valley surrounded by lakes, forests, and mountains. The town has many well-maintained...

Mount Vernon

This attractive riverfront town, the county seat of Skagit County and founded in 1871, is surrounded by dairy pastures, vegetable fields, and...

Aberdeen

The pretty town of Aberdeen, on Grays Harbor at the mouth of the Chehalis River, is known for its lovely harbor, spread glittering and gray...

Puyallup

Set before the towering forests and snowfields of Mt. Rainier is Puyallup (pyoo- al -lup), one of western Washington's oldest towns. The Puyallup...

Prosser

On the south bank of the Yakima River, Prosser feels like small-town America of the 1950s. The seat of Benton County since 1905, it has a 1926...

Bremerton

Nearly surrounded by water, and with one of the largest navy bases on the West Coast, Bremerton is a workaday city of about 39,000 with several...

Copalis Beach

A Native American village for several thousand years, this small coastal town at the mouth of the Copalis (pronounced coh- pah -liss) River...

Coulee Dam National Recreation Area

Grand Coulee Dam is the one of the world's largest concrete structures. At almost a mile long, it justly deserves the moniker "Eighth Technological...

Pasco

Tree-shaded Pasco, a college town and the Franklin County seat, is an oasis of green on the Columbia River near a site where the Lewis and Clark...

Kennewick

In its 100-year history, Kennewick ( ken -uh-wick) evolved from a railroad town to a farm-supply center and then to a bedroom community for...

Westport

Westport is a bay-front fishing village on the southern spit that helps protect the entrance to Grays Harbor from the fury of the Pacific Ocean...

Snohomish

Snohomish arose in 1859 in typical Northwest fashion: around a shack in the woods. When E.C. Ferguson transported his Steilacoom mansion here...

Bainbridge Island

Of the three main islands in Puget Sound, Bainbridge has by far the largest population of Seattle commuters. Certain parts of the island are...

Chelan

Lake Chelan, a sinewy, 50½-mile-long fjord—Washington's deepest lake—works its way from the town of Chelan, at its south end, to Stehekin, in...

Ashford

Adjacent to the Nisqually (Longmire) entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford draws around 2 million visitors every year. Long a transit...

Ilwaco

Ilwaco (ill- wah -co) has been a fishing port for thousands of years, first as a Native American village and later as an American settlement...

Snoqualmie

Although it's just a 30-mile drive from downtown Seattle, much of the densely wooded town of Snoqualmie (sno- qual -mie) feels as though it...

Vashon Island

Vashon is the most peaceful and rural of the islands easily reached from the city, home to fruit growers, commune-dwelling hippies, rat-race...

Ephrata

Ephrata (e- fray -tuh), a pleasant, small farm town and the Grant County seat, is in the exact center of Washington. It was settled quite early...

Clarkston

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Port Gamble

Residents from the opposite side of America founded Port Gamble around a sawmill in 1853; hence its New England–style architecture mimicking...

Sunnyside

The largest community in the lower Yakima Valley and the hometown of astronaut Bonnie Dunbar, Sunnyside runs along the sunny southern slopes...

Dayton

The tree-shaded county seat of Columbia County is the kind of Currier & Ives place many people conjure up when they imagine the best qualities...

Hoquiam

Hoquiam (pronounced hoh -quee-ahm) is a historic lumber town near Aberdeen and the mouth of the Hoquiam River. Both river and town were named...

Mossyrock

Another great outdoors destination, with opportunities for camping, fishing and boating in abundance, Mossyrock is a charming small town with...

Packwood

Its location, between Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens, makes this delightful mountain village on U.S. 12 an attractive destination for those...

Benton City

The Yakima River zigzags north, making a giant bend around Red Mountain and the West Richland district before pouring into the Columbia River...

Goldendale

Although the actual town of Goldendale lies about 12 miles north of the Columbia River, this easygoing community is a good base for exploring...

White Salmon

Tiny White Salmon, which sits on a bluff with commanding views of the Columbia River as well as the town of Hood River, is a good base for exploring...

Glacier

The canyon village of Glacier, just outside the Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest boundary, has a few shops, cafés, and lodgings. Highway...

Neah Bay

One of the oldest villages in Washington, Neah (pronounced nee -ah) Bay is surrounded by the Makah Reservation at the northwestern tip of the...

Toppenish

This intriguing small town with a rustic Old West sensibility lies within the Yakama Reservation and blends history and culture, art and agriculture...

Omak

Omak is a small mill and orchard town in the beautifully rustic Okanogan Valley of north-central Washington. Lake Omak to the southeast, on...

Ritzville

...

Sekiu

The village of Sekiu (pronounced see -kyu) rests on the peninsula's northern shore, a rocky and roiling stretch of coastline inhabited for...

Longview

...

Cheney

...

Arlington

Adorable Arlington, as picturesque as early Americana can be, is surrounded by pastures, woods, and the rich farmlands of the Stillaguamish...

Renton

...

Quincy

On the fences along Interstate 90 to Gorge and north on Highway 281 to Quincy, crop-identification signs highlight what the Quincy Valley is...

Sedro-Woolley

On its way east from Interstate 5, Highway 20 skirts Burlington and Sedro-Woolley, the latter a former mill and logging town now considered...

Ocean Park

Ocean Park is the commercial center of the peninsula's quieter north end. It was founded as a camp for the Methodist Episcopal Church of Portland...

Vancouver

...

North Bend

This small town gets its name from a bend in the Snoqualmie River, which here turns toward Canada. The gorgeous surrounding scenery is dominated...

Montesano

Montesano was settled in 1852 at the confluence of the Chehalis, Satsop, and Wynoochee Rivers. Log-toting steamboats churned through the river...

Seaview

Seaview, an unincorporated town, has 750 year-round residents and several homes that date from the 1800s. The Shelburne Inn, built in 1896,...

Stehekin

One of the most beautiful and secluded valleys in the Pacific Northwest, Stehekin was homesteaded by hardy souls in the late 19th century. It...

Chinook

The pleasant Columbia River fishing village of Chinook ( shi -nook) takes its name from the tribe that once controlled the river from its mouth...

Oysterville

Oysterville is a 19th-century waterfront village, with houses set in gardens or surrounded by greenswards. Signs posted on the fence of each...

Marblemount

Like Sedro-Woolley, Marblemount is a former logging town now depending on outdoor recreation for its fortunes. Anglers, campers, hikers, bird...

Cashmere

...

Ferndale

...

Shaw Island

...

Seattle

Seattle is a city of many neighborhoods: eclectic, urban, outdoorsy, artsy, gritty, down-to-earth, or posh—it's all here, from the quirky character...

Spokane

Washington's second-largest city, Spokane (spo- can, not spo- cane ) takes its name from the Spokan tribe of Salish Native Americans. It translates...

Port Townsend

On a peninsula—the small, crooked arm of the Quimper on the northeastern tip of the larger, torch-shaped Olympic—Port Townsend is a place where...

Tacoma

After decades of decline, Tacoma has been steadily undergoing a renaissance in recent years, with development around the waterfront and in other...

Leavenworth

Leavenworth is a favorite weekend getaway for Seattle folks, and it's easy to see why: the charming (if occasionally too cute) Bavarian-style...

Bellingham

The fishing port and college community of Bellingham has steadily transformed itself from a rough-and-tumble blue-collar town to the arts, retirement...

Yakima

The gateway to Washington wine country is sunny Yakima (pronounced yak -imah), home to more than 90,000 people within the city limits and another...

Olympia

Olympia has been the capital of Washington since 1853, the beginning of city and state. It is small (population 48,000) for the capital city...

Walla Walla

A successful downtown restoration has earned Walla Walla high praise. The heart of downtown, at 2nd and Main Streets, looks as pretty as it...

Ellensburg

This university town is one of the state's friendliest and most easygoing places. "Modern" Ellensburg had its origin in a July 4 fire that engulfed...

Port Angeles

Sprawling along the hills above the deep-blue Strait of San Juan de Fuca, Port Angeles is the crux of the Olympic Peninsula's air, sea, and...

Poulsbo

Velkommen til Poulsbo ( pauls -bo), a charming village on lovely Liberty Bay. Soon after it was settled by Norwegians in the 1880s, shops and...

Long Beach

Long Beach bears a striking resemblance to Brooklyn's Coney Island in the 1950s. Along its main drag, which stretches southwest from 10th Street...

Sequim

Sequim (pronounced skwim ), incorporated in 1913, is a pleasant old mill town and farming center between the northern foothills of the Olympic...

Wenatchee

Wenatchee (we- nat -chee), the county seat of Chelan County, is an attractive city in a shallow valley at the confluence of the Wenatchee and...

Cle Elum

A former railroad, coal, and logging town, Cle Elum (pronounced "klee ell -um") now caters to travelers stopping for a breath of air before...

Gig Harbor

One of the prettiest and most accessible waterfront communities on Puget Sound, Gig Harbor has a neat, circular bay dotted with sailboats and...

Winthrop

Before the cowboys came, the Methow Valley was a favorite gathering place for Native American tribes, who dug the plentiful and nutritious bulbs...

Moses Lake

The natural lake from which this sprawling town takes its name seems to be an anomaly in the dry landscape of east-central Washington. But ever...

Ocean Shores

Ocean Shores, a long stretch of resorts, restaurants, shops, and attractions, sits on the northern spit that encloses Grays Harbor. The whole...

Richland

Richland is the northernmost of the three municipalities along the bank of the Columbia River known as the Tri-Cities (the others are Pasco...

Everett

Everett is best known for the Boeing Aircraft plant and for having the second-largest Puget Sound port (after Seattle). The naval station here...

Centralia

Centralia (sen- trail -ya) was founded by George Washington, a freed slave from Virginia, who faced serious discrimination in several states...

Forks

The former logging town of Forks is named for two nearby river junctions: the Bogachiel and Calawah Rivers merge west of town, and a few miles...

Edmonds

This charming, somewhat suburban small city just north of Seattle has a waterfront lined by more than a mile of boutiques and restaurants, seaside...

Pullman

This funky, liberal town—home of Washington State University—is in the heart of the rather conservative Palouse agricultural district. The town...

Stevenson

With the Bridge of the Gods toll bridge spanning the Columbia River above the Bonneville Dam, Stevenson acts as a sort of "twin city" to Cascade...

Zillah

The south-facing slopes above Zillah, a tiny town named after the daughter of a railroad manager, are covered with orchards and vineyards. Several...

La Conner

Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, Guy Anderson, Mark Tobey, and other painters set up shop in La Conner in the 1940s, and the village on the...

Puyallup

Set before the towering forests and snowfields of Mt. Rainier is Puyallup (pyoo- al -lup), one of western Washington's oldest towns. The Puyallup...

Bremerton

Nearly surrounded by water, and with one of the largest navy bases on the West Coast, Bremerton is a workaday city of about 39,000 with several...

Colville

This small town, the seat of Stevens County, sits in a valley surrounded by lakes, forests, and mountains. The town has many well-maintained...

Prosser

On the south bank of the Yakima River, Prosser feels like small-town America of the 1950s. The seat of Benton County since 1905, it has a 1926...

Aberdeen

The pretty town of Aberdeen, on Grays Harbor at the mouth of the Chehalis River, is known for its lovely harbor, spread glittering and gray...

Mount Vernon

This attractive riverfront town, the county seat of Skagit County and founded in 1871, is surrounded by dairy pastures, vegetable fields, and...

Copalis Beach

A Native American village for several thousand years, this small coastal town at the mouth of the Copalis (pronounced coh- pah -liss) River...

Westport

Westport is a bay-front fishing village on the southern spit that helps protect the entrance to Grays Harbor from the fury of the Pacific Ocean...

Kennewick

In its 100-year history, Kennewick ( ken -uh-wick) evolved from a railroad town to a farm-supply center and then to a bedroom community for...

Pasco

Tree-shaded Pasco, a college town and the Franklin County seat, is an oasis of green on the Columbia River near a site where the Lewis and Clark...

Snohomish

Snohomish arose in 1859 in typical Northwest fashion: around a shack in the woods. When E.C. Ferguson transported his Steilacoom mansion here...

Chelan

Lake Chelan, a sinewy, 50½-mile-long fjord—Washington's deepest lake—works its way from the town of Chelan, at its south end, to Stehekin, in...

Ashford

Adjacent to the Nisqually (Longmire) entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, Ashford draws around 2 million visitors every year. Long a transit...

Snoqualmie

Although it's just a 30-mile drive from downtown Seattle, much of the densely wooded town of Snoqualmie (sno- qual -mie) feels as though it...

Ilwaco

Ilwaco (ill- wah -co) has been a fishing port for thousands of years, first as a Native American village and later as an American settlement...

Ephrata

Ephrata (e- fray -tuh), a pleasant, small farm town and the Grant County seat, is in the exact center of Washington. It was settled quite early...

Sunnyside

The largest community in the lower Yakima Valley and the hometown of astronaut Bonnie Dunbar, Sunnyside runs along the sunny southern slopes...

Hoquiam

Hoquiam (pronounced hoh -quee-ahm) is a historic lumber town near Aberdeen and the mouth of the Hoquiam River. Both river and town were named...

Port Gamble

Residents from the opposite side of America founded Port Gamble around a sawmill in 1853; hence its New England–style architecture mimicking...

Clarkston

...

Dayton

The tree-shaded county seat of Columbia County is the kind of Currier & Ives place many people conjure up when they imagine the best qualities...

Packwood

Its location, between Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens, makes this delightful mountain village on U.S. 12 an attractive destination for those...

Mossyrock

Another great outdoors destination, with opportunities for camping, fishing and boating in abundance, Mossyrock is a charming small town with...

White Salmon

Tiny White Salmon, which sits on a bluff with commanding views of the Columbia River as well as the town of Hood River, is a good base for exploring...

Benton City

The Yakima River zigzags north, making a giant bend around Red Mountain and the West Richland district before pouring into the Columbia River...

Goldendale

Although the actual town of Goldendale lies about 12 miles north of the Columbia River, this easygoing community is a good base for exploring...

Ritzville

...

Glacier

The canyon village of Glacier, just outside the Mount Baker–Snoqualmie National Forest boundary, has a few shops, cafés, and lodgings. Highway...

Toppenish

This intriguing small town with a rustic Old West sensibility lies within the Yakama Reservation and blends history and culture, art and agriculture...

Longview

...

Neah Bay

One of the oldest villages in Washington, Neah (pronounced nee -ah) Bay is surrounded by the Makah Reservation at the northwestern tip of the...

Omak

Omak is a small mill and orchard town in the beautifully rustic Okanogan Valley of north-central Washington. Lake Omak to the southeast, on...

Sekiu

The village of Sekiu (pronounced see -kyu) rests on the peninsula's northern shore, a rocky and roiling stretch of coastline inhabited for...

Quincy

On the fences along Interstate 90 to Gorge and north on Highway 281 to Quincy, crop-identification signs highlight what the Quincy Valley is...

Arlington

Adorable Arlington, as picturesque as early Americana can be, is surrounded by pastures, woods, and the rich farmlands of the Stillaguamish...

Cheney

...

Renton

...

Montesano

Montesano was settled in 1852 at the confluence of the Chehalis, Satsop, and Wynoochee Rivers. Log-toting steamboats churned through the river...

Ocean Park

Ocean Park is the commercial center of the peninsula's quieter north end. It was founded as a camp for the Methodist Episcopal Church of Portland...

Sedro-Woolley

On its way east from Interstate 5, Highway 20 skirts Burlington and Sedro-Woolley, the latter a former mill and logging town now considered...

Seaview

Seaview, an unincorporated town, has 750 year-round residents and several homes that date from the 1800s. The Shelburne Inn, built in 1896,...

Stehekin

One of the most beautiful and secluded valleys in the Pacific Northwest, Stehekin was homesteaded by hardy souls in the late 19th century. It...

North Bend

This small town gets its name from a bend in the Snoqualmie River, which here turns toward Canada. The gorgeous surrounding scenery is dominated...

Vancouver

...

Cashmere

...

Chinook

The pleasant Columbia River fishing village of Chinook ( shi -nook) takes its name from the tribe that once controlled the river from its mouth...

Oysterville

Oysterville is a 19th-century waterfront village, with houses set in gardens or surrounded by greenswards. Signs posted on the fence of each...

Marblemount

Like Sedro-Woolley, Marblemount is a former logging town now depending on outdoor recreation for its fortunes. Anglers, campers, hikers, bird...

Ferndale

...

Washington Cascade Mountains and Valleys

The San Juan Islands, the Olympic Peninsula, and the great swaths of midstate wilderness provide Washington’s favorite photo ops, but there...

Spokane and Eastern Washington

The Columbia Plateau was created by a series of lava flows that were later deeply cut by glacial floods. Because its soil is mostly made up...

The Olympic Peninsula and Washington Coast

Wilderness envelops most of the Olympic Peninsula, an unrefined and enchanting place that promises craggy, snowcapped peaks, pristine evergreen...

The San Juan Islands

The waters of the Pacific Northwest’s Salish Sea, between mainland Washington and Vancouver Island, contain hundreds of islands, some little...

Washington Wine Country

The Yakima River binds a region of great contrasts. Snowcapped volcanic peaks and evergreen-covered hills overlook a natural shrub steppe turned...

North Central Washington

Wilderness embraces much of north-central Washington, replete with old timber towns, cascading creeks, glacial peaks, and low-hanging valleys...

Southeastern Washington

Just north of the Columbia River Gorge, southwestern Washington serves as a gateway to the Mt. Hood region in Oregon, as well as offering its...

San Juan Island

San Juan is the cultural and commercial hub of the archipelago that shares its name. Friday Harbor, the county seat, is larger and both more...

Orcas Island

Orcas Island, the largest of the San Juans, is blessed with wide, pastoral valleys and scenic ridges that rise high above the neighboring waters...

The Puget Sound Islands

The islands of Puget Sound—particularly Bainbridge, Vashon, and Whidbey—are easy and popular day trips for Seattle visitors, and riding the...

Lopez Island

Known affectionately as "Slow-pez," the closest significantly populated island to the mainland is a broad, bay-encircled bit of terrain set...

Whidbey Island

Whidbey is a blend of low pastoral hills, evergreen and oak forests, meadows of wildflowers (including some endemic species), sandy beaches...

Bainbridge Island

Of the three main islands in Puget Sound, Bainbridge has by far the largest population of Seattle commuters. Certain parts of the island are...

Vashon Island

Vashon is the most peaceful and rural of the islands easily reached from the city, home to fruit growers, commune-dwelling hippies, rat-race...

Shaw Island

...

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