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Paramaribo, often called Par'bo, is the most populated district of Suriname.

Understand[edit]

While the official language is Dutch, Sranantongo is the lingua franca on the streets of Paramaribo. However, in terms of first language, Dutch is still widely spoken, with 66.4% speaking it as their mother tongue and most other people understanding it. However, English is widely spoken and understood.

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has three weekly direct flights from Amsterdam. Surinam Airways (Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij) also has three weekly direct flights from Amsterdam. If you are coming from Europe, another alternative is to fly with Air France from Paris to Cayenne (in French Guiana) and travel from there, either by plane or overland.

From the United States, airline service is available from Miami and New York (JFK) via Caribbean Airlines [1], which stops in Trinidad-Tobago enroute to Suriname. From August 2008, it is also possible to fly with Surinam Airways to and from Miami with a stop in Aruba.

From Brazil, there is twice per week a flight by Suriname Airways from Belém to Paramaribo vice versa. The flight takes 1 hour and half and only drinks are served. From Georgetown, Guyana, there are several daily flights on small planes by Trans Guyana Airways and Surinam Airways. Some land at the Zorg En Hoop Airport which is in downtown Paramaribo. Note that the services from Zorg En Hoop are very limited -- no taxis, ATMs, buses, but main roads are a short walk from the terminal building.

From the Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport, also known as Paramaribo-Zanderij International Airport, into Paramaribo there is a (tourist) bus running. It takes about an hour, but much more during peak hours. There are also taxis available. The situation outside the airport appears a bit chaotic with many taxi drivers trying to get clients.

In August 2015 the (tourist) bus to the city cost 60 SRD (or 15€ if you prefer to pay in Euro). There is a local bus stopping on the main road costing just over 2.15 SRD (august 2015). From 5.30 am from city. Rates of taxis vary depending on demand and your bargaining skills. If you are lucky to find a taxi driver who just brought a passenger from the city he might be willing to settle for 100 SRD one way. Others may not take passengers for less than 150 SRD (one way). You can change money inside the airport terminal (at a bad rate)while you wait for your baggage.

By bus[edit]

From Georgetown, Guyana, take minibus #63a to Moleson Creek in eastern Guyana just across the river from Suriname.

Ferries between the Guyanese and Surinamese sides of the river depart at 9am and 1pm. Minibuses typically depart Georgetown at 4am to arrive in time for the 8am ferry. The cost is approximately $US15 to the border however tickets for the whole trip through to Paramaribo are available for approximately $US30 - $US35. Ask at hotels for the numbers of drivers who will pick passengers up from their residences/hotels in Georgetown between 4:00am - 4:30am. There are also a number of drivers who depart Georgetown to meet the 1pm ferry although these are less common. There are also private cars which cost around US$100 one way.

Travelers will need to arrive at the border at least one hour before the scheduled departure to clear customs which is open from 6:30am - 8:00am for the 9am departure and 10:30am - noon for the 1pm departure. A one way fare costs approximately circa $US 10 payable in local currency. The return fare is 15€ (68 SRD) and valid for three weeks. Make sure there is clarity about whether the cost of the ferry is included or not included in the price agreed with the driver.

The actual ferry ride takes about 30 minutes. From there you can get a minibus into Paramaribo. Again the trip takes at least 3 hrs and costs ~US$15.

It is better to change GYD to SRD on the Guyanese side of the border where rates are more competitive. Opportunities to change money on the Surinamese side of the border are seemingly scarce and those desperate to change GYD there must be willing to accept a circa 20% loss in value upon exchange as opposed to circa 10% on the Guyanese side. Note you cannot get a visa for Suriname at the land border, but can easily obtain one in Georgetown from the Suriname embassy if required (it takes one business day).

Rohit bus service will arrange both segments for SRD 100 (~USD 35) picking you up (Paramaribo~3AM) and dropping you wherever you indicate (Georgetown~2PM). (+597)7162293/8844880. Ask for Waldy. In Georgetown Brian minibus (tel 218 4460) offers a similar service for 6000 G$ (USD 35). The two companies work together.

By boat[edit]

Little boats can take you over the Suriname river to Commewijne. Prices vary. Most traffic is between Platte brug in Paramaribo and Meerzorg (Commewijne). If you join locals and wait until a boat is full, you pay 1 SRD (one way); 5 SRD extra for a bicycle. If you want to go immediately you can pay for the whole boat (20 SRD if you bargain, otherwise 30 SRD). This is a preferred option for small groups (with bikes). Keep in mind that early morning most traffic is to Paramaribo, in the late afternoon most passengers go to Commewijne.

Get around[edit]

By car[edit]

There are several car rentals services based in Paramaribo. Suriname has the English driving system. The steering wheel of the cars is on the right.

By bus[edit]

In Suriname, many buses are private. The drivers, however, follow collectively determined routes. The buses are somewhere between private taxis and public transportation and leave the bus station only when they are totally full, meaning there are not specific schedules. If you do see a bus, take note that the buses are hand painted.

See[edit][add listing]

Museums[edit]

  • Fort Zeelandia, Abraham Crijnssenweg 1, (+597) 42 58 71 (fax: (+597) 42 58 81), [2]. Tues-Fri 09.00-14.00 and Sundays 10.00-14.00. Closed Mondays. SR$15.  edit Site of the commemoration plaque honoring those tortured and killed in the fort by the Bouterse regime in 1980s.
  • Numismatic Museum of the Central Bank of Suriname, Mr F.H.R. Lim A Poststraat 7, (+597) 52 00 16 (, fax: (+597) 47 64 44), [3]. Mon-Fri 08.00-14.00.  edit History of the coinage of Suriname.
  • Paramaribo Zoo, Spathodelaan Sawarienotolaan, (+597) 54 52 75.  edit Small zoo. Nice tapir and wild pig enclosures - however, be aware that some of the cages are small by European standards.
  • Ecclesiatical Museum (Kerkelijk Museum), Henck Arronstraat 12, (+597) 42 60 92, [4]. Mon-Fri 08.30-13.30.  edit History of the Catholic Church in Suriname. Includes a room dedicated to Father Donders and his work with leprosy patients and a beautiful private chapel. There are also periodic exhibitions.
  • Koto Museum (Het Koto Museum), Princessestraat 43, (+597) 42 27 03, [5]. Mon-Fri 10.00-15.00. SR$15.  edit Simply wonderful museum of the traditional Koto outfit worn by Surinamese women. Set over two floors and run by volunteers - it is a labour of love and a must visit.
  • Maritime Museum, Cornelis Jongbawstraat 2 (Inside MAS (Suriname Maritime Authority). Ask security officers at gate who will point you to the museum.), (+597) 47 67 33, [6]. Mon-Fri 08.00-13.00. Free.  edit One room museum of collected nautical items.
  • Suriname Rum House (Surinaamsch Rumhuis), Cornelis Jongbawstraat 18, (+597) 473344, ext. 240 (general information), [7]. Tuesday–Friday 09.30–14.30.  edit Learn all about the history and manufacture of Surinamese rum.
  • Lalla Rookh Museum, Lalla Rookhweg 54, (+597) 53 13 61-53 13 62 (, fax: (+597) 53 12 68), [8]. Fridays only 18.00-20.00.  edit History of the migration of people from the Indian sub-continent to Suriname.
  • Villa Zapakara, Prins Hendrikstraat 17b (On grounds of farm), (+597) 42 22 12 (, fax: (+597) 42 22 14), [9]. Monday through Friday from 8.00-13.00 for schools. In the afternoon from 13.00-17.00 for after-school care. Reservations required beforehand.
 Saturday for everyone from 09.15-15.30.  edit Children's museum. Villa Zapakara offers interactive exhibits on cultures where children play and learn.

Religious Buildings[edit]

  • St. Peter and Paul Cathedral, Henk Arronstraat.  edit Largest church in the city - and one of the largest wooden churches. Attention: there is a dress code. No shorts, sleeveless shirts or open-toe slippers.
  • Central Church (Centrumkerk), Kerkplein.  edit Octagonal church inaugurated in 1835. Contains an impressive Naber organ from 1846.
  • Neveh Shalom Synagogue (בית הכנסת נווה שלום), Keizerstraat 82 (Next to mosque). Mon-Thurs 10.00-16.00.  edit Ashkenazi synagogue. Current building dates from 1843. It has an unusual sandy floor. There is a museum and a shop.
  • Ahmadiyya Muslim Nasir Mosque (Keizerstraat Mosque), Keizerstraat (Next to synagogue).  edit Current building opened in 1984 and was visited by the boxer, Muhammad Ali.
  • Tzedek ve-Shalom Synagogue, Herrenstraat.  edit Built in 1735. No longer in use - currently houses private businesses. Contents are on display in Israel.
  • Arya Dewaker Temple, Johan Adolf Pengelstraat.  edit Exuberantly designed Hindu temple opened in 2001.
  • Bahá'í Centre (Bahá'í Centrum), Dr J.F. Nassylaan, (+597) 47 70 33 (), [10]. Tuesday-Friday 10.00-2.00 and Sunday 9.00-10.30.  edit Bahá'í Faith centre in Suriname with community activities and open days. Also has a peaceful garden.

Gardens[edit]

  • Palmentuin (Royal Palm Gardens), Grote Combeweg.  edit Extensive palm garden founded in 1685.
  • Onafhankelijkheidsplein (Independence Square), Onafhankelijkheidsplei (In front of Presidential Palace).  edit Simple grass square - but site of weekly singing bird competition 06.30 Sundays.
  • Cultuurtuin (Culture Garden), Kanagalaan.  edit Former site of a plantantion. Park is undergoing rehabilitation. Is the site of the zoo, Orchid Market, two Javanese hamlets and a number of football pitches - with a running track around them.

Markets[edit]

  • Central Market (Centrale Markt), Saramaccastraat.  edit Main market - selling meat, vegetables, fish and domestic goods. Located over two floors with further fruit stands located behind the main building.
  • Maroon Market (Djoeka Wojo), Saramaccastraat (Located next to the Central Market).  edit Market of African and maroon products. Also known as the Witches Market as it sells many items used for religious rituals. No photos allowed.
  • Vlooienmarkt (Fleamarket), Tourtonnelaan - along most of the street.  edit Streetside market on Sundays. Selling a variety of foods and other goods.
  • Chinese Market, Corner of Grote Combeweg and Van Sommelsdijckstraat.  edit Sunday Chinese Market - vegetables and food.
  • Saoena Market, Corner of Jozef Israelstraat and Tourtonnelaan.  edit Sunday Javanese market. Also known as Javaanse Markt. Sells vegetables, foods and some Indonesian goods.
  • Orchid Market (Surinaamse Orchideën & Sierteelt Vereniging), Sawirinotolaan (Near Paramaribo Zoo). Open alternate Sundays 09.00-14.00.  edit Flower market.
  • Kwakoe Market, Corner of Dr. Sophie Redmondstraat and Zwartenhovenbrugstraat.  edit Fruit and vegetable market

Notable Buildings[edit]

  • Presidential Palace (Presidentieen Paleis), Onafhankelijkheidsplein.  edit Impressive white mansion with a richly decorated pediment.
  • Ministry of Finance (Ministerie van Financiën), Onafhankelijkheidsplein.  edit The tower of the ministry can be seen from all around Paramaribo.
  • Court of Justice (Hof van Justitie), Onafhankelijkheidsplein.  edit
  • De Surinaamsche Bank, Henk Arronstraat (Next to cathedral).  edit Beautiful modernist building.
  • Historical city centre.  edit Mr F.H.R. Lim A Poststraat is an excellent example of how Paramaribo used to be.

Do[edit][add listing]

Have a walk in the Maagdenstraat where you will see a lot of Chinese jewelers. Most of the jewelers are specialized in labor-intensive handmade jewels. It is also quite cheap to give your jewels a bath giving them the glow they used to have, or to simply repair them.

Have a Chinese breakfast and eat dim sum at

  • Sun Do, corner of Weidestraat and F. Derbiestraat. Serves good dim sum.  edit
  • Liang Lang, corner Dr. J.F. Nassylaan and F. Derbiestraat. Famous for their 'tjoeng'  edit
  • Dumpling #1, Dr. J.F. Nassylaan 1. Famous for their king crab  edit

Visit the nightclubs (most popular at weekends)

  • Mystique Poolcafe, Wilhelminastraat 147, 8507550, [11].  edit
  • Margaritas Poolcafé, Kleine Dwarsstraat 3, (+597) 52 01 54 (fax: 520155), [12].  edit

Relax by the pools:

  • Kekemba Resort Paramaribo, Mangolaan 118, 546904 (, fax: 546904), [13]. 10:00 - 22:00. Come and have a relaxing swim in the pool of Kekemba Resort Paramaribo. The pool of the resort used to be open for locals and other people staying in Suriname, but unfortunately is now only open to people staying at the resort.  edit

Visit Waterkant and enjoy the sunset.

Visit the flea market on Sunday.

Visit the flower expo at the Letitia Vriesdelaan which happens is scheduled every other Sunday. They sell different type of orchids, cacti, and other plants.

Cycle around. You can hire a bicycle for 15 SRD (24 hours) at Zus&Zo on Grote Combeweg 13. Leonsberg to the north and Domburg to the south both along the Surinam river are within easy reach, but it is also possible to cycle to Fort Nieuw Amsterdam and former plantations on the other side of the river without much difficulty. In case you are interested in how the Atlantic coast looks you can cycle to Weg naar Zee where there is a Hindu temple with a sea view.

Walk to the highest point of the Wijdenbosch bridge for the best view over the city. It is not allowed to walk on the highway, but there is a narrow foot path. Alternatively you can cycle over the bridge, though you need to pay most of your attention to the traffic as the road is often busy. It is not a ride to enjoy the view.

Tour companies[edit]

Many tour companies in town (some connected to hotels) will offer tours and day trips including sunset/dolphin cruises (around 60 euro) on the Suriname River or day hiking trips to nearby national parks.

  • Oxygen Eco Tours, Waterkant 4, (+597) 41 01 00, [14].  edit
  • METS Travels and Tours, Dr. J.F. Nassylaan 2, Paramaribo, (+597) 477 088 (, fax: (+597) 42 23 32), [15]. Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm.  edit
  • Dubois & Dubois, Eldoradolaan 22, (+597) 47 69 02 (fax: (+597) 472 377).  edit
  • StiNaSu, Cornelis Jongbawstraat 10, (+597) 47 18 56 (fax: (+597) 42 18 50), [16].  edit
  • Zus&Zo, Grote Combeweg 13a, (+597) 52 09 05 (), [17].  edit
  • Fietsen in Suriname (Bike tours), Grote Combeweg 13a, (+597) 52 07 81 (), [18].  edit

Learn[edit]

  • Anton de Kom University of Surinam, Leysweg 86, Universiteitscomplex, Building IV, (+597) 46 55 58 (, fax: (+597) 46 22 91), [19].  edit

Work[edit]

Buy[edit][add listing]

Eat[edit][add listing]

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Breakfast[edit]

  • Anthony's Corner, Domineestraat 44, (+597) 42 28 28 / 47 49 32 (fax: (+597) 42 28 25).  edit
  • Dumpling #1, Dr. J.F. Nassylaan 12, (+597) 88 12 60.  edit
  • Kekemba Resort Paramaribo (ontbijt), Mangolaan 118, (+597) 546904 (, fax: (597)546906), [20]. 08:00 - 12:00. If you come early to Kekemba Resort for a swim or to relax in the steam sauna you can start the day with having breakfast in our breakfast room. A good breakfast with tea, coffie, bread, cheese, marmelade, juice, eggs, meat, yoghurt etc. srd 26.  edit

Fast Food[edit]

  • Burger King, Wagenwegstraat 3-7, (+597) 47 00 62 / 47 00 64 / 47 00 65.  edit
  • Domino Pizza, Coppenamestraat 9, (+597) 40 01 83 / 80 15 89 / 45 70 07.  edit
  • KFC Kentucky Fried Chicken, Waterkant 76, (+597) 42 52 54 (fax: (+597) 42 51 91).  edit
  • KFC Kentucky Fried Chicken, Wilhelminastraat 62, (+597) 42 42 42 / 42 22 67 (fax: (+597) 42 43 43).  edit
  • McDonald's, Keizerstraat 62-64, (+597) 42 15 11 / 42 57 78 (fax: (+597) 42 57 01).  edit
  • Pizza Hut, Wilhelminastraat 62, (+597) 42 44 44 / 42 23 38 (fax: (+597) 42 23 68).  edit
  • Popeye's Chicken and Biscuits, Domineestraat 39, (+597) 42 64 01 (fax: (+597) 42 64 01). On the first floor of the Krasnapolsky Hotel. Popeye's serves Cajun style fast food.  edit
  • Saborella, Plutostraat 104-106, (+597) 45 36 04 (fax: (+597) 45 11 66).  edit

Warm meals[edit]

  • Mirosso Indonesisch Restaurant, J. Samson Greenstraat 104, (+597) 45 53 62 (fax: (+597) 45 28 71). 18:00 - 24:00 Except on Monday. Friday and Saturday till 02:00. Javanese restaurant which has received the Fernand de Rooy Certificate  edit
  • Kris' Roti. East Indian restaurant well known for their roti with chicken.  edit
  • Joosje Roti Shop, Zwartenhovenbrugstraat 9, (+597) 47 26 06 (fax: (+597) 42 47 38). Mon-Sat: 08:30 am - 10:00 pm. East indian restaurant well known for their roti with chicken in the center of town.  edit
  • Fatai Restaurant, Maagdenstraat 64, (+597) 47 39 17 / 42 00 15 / 80 64 48 (fax: (+597) 42 28 25).  edit
  • Kekemba Resort Paramaribo (warm meals), Mangolaan 118, (+597) 546904 (). 13:00 - 22:00. Friday and Saturday till 02:00. Closed on Sunday. srd 15 - srd 30.  edit
  • Restaurant Jawa, Kasabaholoweg 7 (Verlengde Gemenelandsweg), 492691/492714 (, fax: 492714), [21]. 11.00 - 22.00 except sunday. Delicious Indonesian Food SRD15 - SRD50.  edit

Cafe's[edit]

  • 't vat, Kleine Waterstraat 1, 424631 (fax: 424790).  edit

Cozy[edit]

  • Restaurant Jawa, Kasabaholoweg 7 (uitvlught), 492691/492714 (, fax: 492714), [22]. 11.00-22.00. from US$5,=.  edit
  • Pannekoek & Poffertjes Cafe, Sommelsdijckstraat, van 11, 422914/8570415.  edit
  • Kekemba Resort Paramaribo (cozy), Mangolaan 118, (+597)546904 (, fax: (+597)546906), [23]. 10:00 - 23:00. Do you look for a cozy, not so crowded, place to have a drink or a cocktail. Kekemba Resort Paramaribo is the place. You can sit at the upstairs bar with view on the swimming pool, or have your drink sitting at or in the swimming pool with your one and only true love. Then go relax in the hot tub and then cool down in one of our hammocks. Prices of the drinks start from srd 5 for soft or juice, our cocktails start at srd 10. srd 5.  edit

Restaurants[edit]

  • Shin Kong restaurant, Gompertstraat 16, (+597) 45 35 69.  edit
  • Dok 204 restaurant, Anton Dragtenweg 204, (+597) 31 14 62 (fax: (+597) 31 14 61).  edit
  • Lee's Korean Restaurant, Mahonylaan 12-14, (+597) 47 98 34 (fax: (+597) 42 06 95).  edit
  • Chi Min, Cornelis Jongbawstraat 83, (+597) 41 21 55 (fax: (+597) 42 70 57). 11:00 - 23:00. Chinese restaurant specialised in seafood.  edit
  • Palm Palace, Cornelis Jongbawstraat 34-36, (+597) 47 64 27 (fax: (+597) 41 21 67). Chinese restaurant  edit
  • Restaurant Jawa, Kasabaholoweg 7 (Uitvlught), 492691 or 492714 (, fax: 492714), [24]. 11.00-22.00 sunday closed. Indonesian.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

Guesthouses[edit]

Hotels[edit]

  • Royal Torarica Hotel, Kleine Waterstraat 10, (+597) 47 35 00 (, fax: (+597) 47 38 08), [29]. checkin: 5:00 pm; checkout: 1:00 pm. US$145.  edit
  • Hotel Palacio, Heerenstraat 9, (+597) 42 00 64. checkin: 2:00 pm; checkout: 12:00 pm. US$90.  edit
  • Spanhoek Boutique Hotel, Domineestraat 2-4, (+597) 47 78 88 (, fax: (+597) 42 71 21), [30]. checkin: 12:30 am; checkout: 2:30 pm. The hotel opened its doors in November 2007. €110 per double room.  edit
  • Courtyard Paramaribo, Anton Dragtenweg 52-54, Paramaribo, Suriname, 597-4-56000 (fax: 597-4-56677), [31]. checkin: 3:00 pm; checkout: 12:00 pm. US$90.  edit
  • Spanhoek Boutique Hotel, Domineestraat 2-4, (+597) 47 78 88 (, fax: (+597) 42 71 21), [32]. checkin: 12:30 am; checkout: 2:30 pm. The hotel opened its doors in November 2007. €110 per double room.  edit
  • Hotel & Casino Torarica, Mr. L.J. Rietbergplein 1, (+597) 47 15 00 (, fax: (+597) 41 16 82), [33]. checkin: 5:00 pm; checkout: 1:00 pm. 4½-star US$140-upwards.  edit
  • Residence Inn Paramaribo, Anton Dragtenweg 7, (+597) 47 23 87 (, fax: (+597) 42 48 11), [34]. checkin: 12:00; checkout: 12:00. 4-star  edit
  • Hotel La Petite Maison, Waterkant 4, (+597) 47 54 66 (, fax: (+597) 47 54 77), [35]. checkin: 12:00 am; checkout: 12:00 am.  edit
  • Tropicana Hotel & Casino, 17 Saramacca Straat, (+597) 52 09 90 (fax: (+597) 52 09 96), [36]. checkin: 12:30 am; checkout: 2:30 pm. €60/double room.  edit
  • Mirage Hotel & Casino, 11 Domineestraat, (+597) 52 05 76 (fax: (+597) 52 05 77), [37]. checkin: 12:30 am; checkout: 2:30 pm. €60/double room.  edit
  • Eco Resort Inn, Cornelis Jongbawstraat 16, (+597) 42 55 22 (, fax: (+597) 42 55 10), [38]. checkin: 5:00 pm; checkout: 1:00 pm. US$106/double room.  edit
  • Krasnapolsky Hotel, Domineestraat 39, (+597) 47 50 50 (, fax: (597) 42 01 39), [39]. The Krasnapolsky hotel is situated in down-town Paramaribo.  edit
  • North Resort Hotel, J.D. Gompertstraat 145-147, (+597) 45 75 91 (, fax: (+597) 45 75 27), [40].  edit
  • Paramuru Hotel, Waaldijkstraat 28, (+597) 41 10 19 (, fax: (+597) 41 10 20), [41].  edit
  • Tran Elite Hotel, J.D. Gompertstraat 143, (+597) 45 82 75 (, fax: (+597) 45 82 74), [42]. 3-star  edit

Apartments[edit]

  • Guesthouse Stay-Cey, Verlengde Hoogestraat 41, (+597) 41 20 19 (fax: (+597) 42 05 61), [43]. €30.  edit
  • Amber Apartments Paramaribo, Belemstraat 4, (+597) 47 32 03.  edit
  • Linur Apartments, Gonggrijpstraat 49, (+597) 35 40 86 / 42 05 32 (), [44].  edit
  • Kekemba Resort Paramaribo, Mangolaan 118, (+597) 54 69 04 (), [45]. checkin: 14:00; checkout: 12:00. Stay in one of our luxury studio apartment. We have swimming pool, hot tub, hammocks. Make Kekemba Resort Paramaribo your hub for traveling to the interiour of Suriname with the untouched rainforest and for you daytrips to the many cultural sites to visit. Kekemba, where you meet your worldwide neighbours. €37.  edit


Contact[edit]

Embassies & Consulates[edit]

  • Uk-flag.png UK (Honorary Consulate), (+597) 40 25 58 or (+597) 40 28 70.  edit
  • Gj-flag.png Grenada (Honorary Consulate), 53 Kernkampweg (ia Kellalaan No. 1), +597 434 141 (fax: +597 497 922).  edit
  • Us-flag.png United States, 129 Dr. Sophie Redmondstraat, +597 472-900, Emergencies +597 710-1112 (fax: 597 425-788), [47]. M-F 7:30AM-4PM, ACS M, W 1:30PM-3:30PM.  edit



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