Venice Beach, California is a treasured destination for travelers from around the globe. An eclectic artist community on the Los Angeles coast, Venice Beach entices with three miles of scenic beach and a lively and compelling beach culture. World-famous for its Venice Ocean Front Walk and Boardwalk, Venice Beach is a fascinating outdoor bazaar of engaging street performers, innovative vendors, lively cafιs, 60's refugees and Muscle Beachers. The Venice Beach Bike Path is the ultimate bike, blade, roller-skate and jogging trail stretching from Santa Monica Canyon to Hermosa Beach with amazing ocean views and Southern California vibes.
Venice Beach Ocean Front Walk. Stroll and sightsee along the Ocean Front walk, and exciting sidewalk carnival lined with funky shops and eateries for shopping, grazing and gawking. You'll see and hear artists, musicians, singers, jugglers, acrobats, mimes, comics, magicians, prophets, fortune tellers, and colorful entertainers along this scenic strip. Join the parade of fun by renting a bike or roller blades. For beachfront sport, Venice Beach offers courts for basketball, handball, shuffleboard, and paddle tennis.
The Magic of Venice Beach Revisited. Since the Ocean Front Walk's extensive renovation in 2000, the traditions of street basketball, graffiti art, and street-style skateboarding were given new, city-sponsored facilities. With an extensive number of commissioned public art and infrastructure improvements, the magic of Venice's earlier days has reemerged. Roller skate dancers, skateboarders, surfers, bodybuilders, tattoo artists, and custom car enthusiasts all find their scene here. The landscape is flooded with brightly colored murals by local artists such as Rip Cronk and the Venice-based Social and Public Art Resource Center (SPARC).
Picturesque Venice by the Sea. The Venice Canals, for which this beach community is named "Venice of America are a 5 minute walk. The canals are now a quaint upscale neighborhood in Venice. Fully restored and remodeled homes make it a postcard scene along the canal shores. The annual holiday boat parade in December at Marina Del Rey is a festive occasion with creatively decorated boats and community revelry. Stroll down to the Venice Pier off Washington Blvd. for more fun and excellent fishing.
Muscle Beach. Walk down to Muscle Beach, the designated area where fanatic bodybuilders pump iron in a public display of strength. The famed bodybuilding mecca, which moved from Santa Monica to Venice in the 1970s, is credited with the advent of the physical fitness revolution in thus country. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger got his initial exposure by participating in the Venice Beach bodybuilding competitions. [Top]
Venice Centennial 2005 (kicks on June 24th, 2005 and activities will continue throughout the year) - Costumes, parades, dance performances, public art, and handmade crafts - a part of Venice for one century now will color the streets of Venice. Summer 2005 marks the 100th Anniversary of Venice, California, one of America's most unique artistic communities. The Venice Centennial Celebration evokes the glory days of Venice, and celebrates its continuing role as the largest tourist attraction in Southern California. Centennial Celebration kicks off June 24th, and will culminate with the Venice Showcase Festival the weekend of July 9th and 10th. The Celebration will feature an eclectic mix of art exhibitions, a parade, a bodybuilding competition, skateboarding, surfing, a handball tournament, and youth arts workshops, as well as a blowout music festival and custom car show. Venice's long-standing tradition of poetry and spoken word can be experienced at the Centennial's Venice Poetry Festival. For additional information, visit www.venicecentennial.com.
Venice Historical Society The Venice Historical Society raises awareness of Venice's irreplaceable historical, cultural and architectural resources. This non-profit organization engages in activities that promote the preservation and enhancement of the unique historic features, structures and neighborhoods of Venice. The Society's art gallery contains photographs of the historic Venice Beach Suites and Hotel, built in 1912, as it appeared throughout the years. The store at the Venice Historical Society sells exclusive vintage greeting cards that are reproductions of actual postcards from early 1900's Venice Beach.
Santa Monica Pier For more than 100 years, the famous Santa Monica Pier has been the place to fish, watch the waves, view wonders of sea, dance under the stars, ride a carousel or a roller coaster, dine at an ocean view restaurant, play arcade games, and shop for souvenirs. The Santa Monica Pier Aquarium features hands-on presentations to convey the fragility and beauty of marine life in Santa Monica Bay, and exhibits that help preserve the ocean. Touch tanks are full of delicate, endangered sea specimens, and an 8-foot octagonal tank glows with luminous lilac jellyfish. Built in 1912 and restored in 1990, the Santa Monica Carousel is housed in its own Victorian-style hippodrome building. Pacific Park, the Pier's amusement park, features a 9-story solar-powered Ferris wheel, a five-story high roller coaster that juts out over the ocean, bumper cars, an arcade, a motion-simulator theater, a live circus show and open-air restaurants. Visit www.santamonica.com. [Top]
Disneyland Park (50th Anniversary throughout the year) - From the charm of Main Street to the whimsy of Mickey's Toontown, explore eight fantastic lands of nostalgia and delight. Let your imagination run free in an enchanted kingdom of fantasy, magical entertainment and shopping. At Disneyland Park, you'll experience over 60 attractions. Zoom through doom on the Indiana Jones Adventure - the most high-tech, adrenaline-pumping thrill on wheels. Behold undying love in the stage show, The Spirit of Pocahontas. You'll embark on a journey through the Happiest Place on Earth, with thrilling rides like the Matterhorn, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Meet those lovable Disney characters - Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy! Visit www.disneyland.com.
Downtown Disneyland Downtown Disney is a new entertainment, shopping and dining complex, located just outside the front gates to both Disney theme parks. The Downtown Disney District is a hipper version of Disneyland's Main Street, catering to young urbanites and 30-something professionals that still crave some Disney magic. Party hearty at the House of Blues, dine on spicy food at Ralph Brennan's Jazz Kitchen, catch a movie at the AMC, or step into the ultimate sports bar with over 200 television sets. The Downtown Disney District still has vestiges of Disney-ness; there's a stop along the strip for the "Build-a-Bear-Workshop." For information, visit http://disneyland.disney.go.com/dlr/landing/parkDTD.
Disney's California Adventure - Disney's California Adventure is a 55-acre theme park located next to Disneyland with a magical festival of shows, parades and attractions celebrating California's past and exciting future. Enjoy five themed lands, including Sunshine Plaza, Paradise Pier, Hollywood Backlot Pictures, Golden State and A Bugs Land - where you can learn about bugs in the "It's Tough to be a Bug! 3-D movie. Get ready for California Screamin', a looping rollercoaster with lots of air-time, and Soarin' Over California, where you fly over California's landmarks. Favorite attractions are: Paradise Pier, a recreation of a beachside boardwalk with a screaming coaster, ferris wheel, and arcade games; Grizzly River Run, a water romp down a bear-shaped mountain; the "Aladdin" stage show; and the captivating Electric Parade. For information, visit www.disneyland.disney.go.com.
J. Paul Getty Center - Situated on a hilltop with breathtaking views of Los Angeles, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Pacific Ocean, the Getty Center is Los Angeles' newest cultural attraction. Awaiting you are memorable works of art in the J. Paul Getty Museum, a choice of places to dine, tranquil gardens to stroll, and activities to give you new perspectives on art. Visit www.getty.edu.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art - The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is the premier visual arts museum in the Western US. LACMA features more than 110,000 works spanning the history of art from ancient times to the present. In addition to its permanent collections of significant art, the museum offers film and music programs, exciting exhibitions, and special events. The Balch Art Research Library, with a public collection of 150,000 books, journals and periodicals, is available by appointment. For information, call (323) 857-6000 or visit www.lacma.org. [Top]
Los Angeles Farmers Market - Entering its eighth decade as the most popular market in the U.S., the original Los Angeles Farmers Market - at 3rd and Fairfax - is L.A.'s oldest outdoor market and an exciting tourist destination. The famous Farmers Market features international cuisine, gifts from around the world, a collection of magazines and books, fashion-forward clothing and accessories, grocery and specialty foods, farm-fresh produce, original art, body and herbal products, children's toys, home and living products, jewelry, unique collectibles, family events, and plenty of outdoor flavor, not to mention the finest meats, poultry, seafood, produce, ice cream and flowers in Los Angeles. Open: 9 AM 9 PM, Monday Friday; 9 AM 8 PM, Saturday; 10 AM -7 PM, Sunday. Visit www.farmersmarketla.com.
Six Flags Magic Mountain - This Southern California theme park features exciting thrill rides, world-class entertainment, shows, concerts, family adventure and the largest collection of extreme coasters on the planet. The DejaVu coaster encourages a stress-relieving scream, and X, the latest in stomach-churning coasters, features 360-degree rotating seats. Sweet 16 is Southern California's first floorless coaster. A ride on Scream simulates racing through the air in a flying chair, and the Batman ride is a thrill. For information, visit www.sixflags.com.
Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Hurricane harbor is a family water park with aquatic rides and slides for those hot summer days. Enjoy Taboo Tower's three thrilling body speed slides, three twisting and turning open tube slides at Arrowhead Splashdown, Tiki Falls' two dark slides and one translucent tube slide, Castaway Cove, an exclusive children's water play kingdom, Shipwreck Shores, which offers water activities for the entire family, the Forgotten Sea wave pool, and The River Cruise on the Lazy River.
Speed Zone - A park built around speed and competition, SpeedZone incorporates racing action, indoor interactive entertainment and great food to create a unique entertainment experience. SpeedZone is a racing theme park featuring the closest thing to professional car racing ever offered to the public with four racetracks, 36 holes of miniature golf, a high-tech game room, full service bar and the SpeedZone Cafι. Situated on 12 acres in Los Angeles, the park offers a chance to get behind the wheel of four types of pro cars, including custom-built, Ύ-scale grand prix cars and 18-foot, 300-horsepower dragsters racing on tracks designed by racing experts. For information, visit www.speedzone.com. [Top]
Staples Center - The Staples Center is downtown Los Angeles' spectacular, big-league sports and entertainment arena. Staples Center is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, the hockey Kings and Clippers, the Sparks and the Avengers professional sports teams. The Staples Center features an array of world-class entertainment, shows, musical concerts, competition, and athletic events. Enjoy great entertainment and food from hot dogs to lobster - at the Staples Center Arena Club. Staples hosted of the Democratic National Convention in August 2000. For information, visit www.staplescenter.com.
Universal Studios - The magic of the movies comes to life at Universal Studios Hollywood, a Los Angeles theme park and working Hollywood Studio in one. Universal Studios Hollywood, the world's #1 motion picture and television studio attraction, offers guests a backlot look at the film and TV industry, the authenticity of a working movie studio, the rich heritage of movies past and all the stars and excitement of today's Hollywood. Enjoy thrills, magic, stunts and special effects when you take part in your favorite blockbuster movies. Experience the glitz, glamour, action and entertainment of Hollywood. For more information, visit www.universalstudios.com.
CBS Television City See where Elvis Presley appeared on the "Ed Sullivan Show" for the first time in 1956 at CBS Television City, a studio made famous as the birthplace of the "Carol Burnett Show", "The Sonny & Cher Show" and dozens of popular CBS programs, including the original "Twilight Zone" and "The Jacksons. If you're interested in seeing a TV show being recorded live, just walk up to the studio's ticket office (near the corner of Beverly & Fairfax) and pick up your tickets. When David Letterman brings his "Late Show" out to the west coast, he tapes at CBS Television City, and you can get tickets to his rare L.A. shows if you write in advance. While there are no public tours of CBS TV City, there is a CBS gift shop that sells studio souvenirs emblazoned with the CBS logo. The studio is open 9-5. Visit www.seeing-stars.com.
Knott's Berry Farm - For generations, Knott's Berry Farm has been the place to go for family fun and adventure. Located in Buena Park, Knott's Berry Farm is America's first theme park. What was once an actual berry farm is now 160 acres of 165 thrilling rides, spectacular shows and unique attractions celebrating California and the West. Knott's Berry Farm features six theme areas: Old West Ghost Town, Indian Trails, Wild Water Wilderness, Fiesta Village, and The Boardwalk with exhilarating rides and the world-famous Camp Snoopy where you can join the Peanuts gang. You'll go wild for the GhostRider, the longest, wildest wooden roller coaster in the West. Supreme Scream, at over 30 stories high, is one of the world's tallest thrill rides. Fantastic family shows explore the rich heritage of Native Americans along Indian trails. Knott's latest thrill-ride, Silver Bullet, is a western-themed suspended coaster that sends riders climbing to a height of 146 feet and soaring back down an drop of 109 feet. Visit www.knotts.com. [Top]
Los Angeles Zoo The Los Angeles Zoo features a collection of 1,200 animals from around the world. With nice flowing grounds and idyllic Southern California weather, the Los Angeles Zoo is a perfect LA getaway. The Ahmanson Koala House, opened in 1982, made the Los Angeles Zoo the only zoo in the world to exhibit these nocturnal animals in a darkened setting. Visit the African lions and the infant pangolins, the only ones of their kind in the U.S. The LA Botanical Gardens is home to many plants and trees, and an array of locals birds. Located on the northwest corner of Griffith Park, the Los Angeles Zoo is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and until 6 p.m. from July 1 through Labor Day. Visit www.lazoo.org.
Geffen Playhouse UCLA's Geffen Playhouse has presented a theater works that has enhanced the cultural landscape of Los Angeles' Westside, emerging as a vital performing arts venue. Geffen Playhouse's new journey includes renovating the main stage and building the Audrey Skirball-Kenis Theater for developing new works for Los Angeles. These architectural advances have inspired a ten-year project of producing a continuing Festival of American Originals, plays that examine and define the American experience. For information and tickets, visit www.geffenplayhouse.com.
Rodeo Drive/The Golden Triangle LA's Golden Triangle holds more wealth and fine stores than most small countries. At its center is the couture capitol Rodeo Drive, the famous street where Julia Roberts had her shopping spree in "Pretty Woman". It is also the strip that sports designer stores such as Tiiffany's, Cartier, Chanel, Bally, Gucci, Prada and other fashion icons. On nearby Wilshire Blvd., there is the Regent Beverly Wilshire (seen in"Beverly Hills Cop"), Niketown, Barneys, and the"Winona"Saks Fifth Avenue.
Catalina Island Take the ferry to beautiful Catalina Island, a few miles off the coast of Long Beach. With year-round Mediterranean climate and spectacular scenery and wildlife, Catalina Island is an oasis for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, fishing and kayaking and a host of popular water activities. Charter your own boat and explore the harbors. Rent a rod and reel and take your kids fishing right off the Green Pier. Visit the Catalina Island Museum and discover a rich and exciting history. Catch a movie at the famous art deco theater, pamper yourself at a day spa, or relax on the pristine Catalina beach. You can also rent a golf cart and explore Avalon at your own pace. Whatever your pleasure, Catalina is sure to be an unforgettable experience. Visit www.catalina.com. [Top]
Angel Stadium of Anaheim Formerly Anaheim Stadium and Edison International Field, Angel Stadium is a classic ballpark built on 140 acres in 1966 and home of the California Angels. The Los Angeles Rams played here from 1981 until they left for St. Louis in 1995. The new Angel Stadium seats nearly 45,050 for the Angels, and features terraced bullpens, widened concourses, the Nestle Family Zone, the Pepsi Perfect Game Pavilion, landscaped courtyards, and three full-service restaurants. Angel Stadium has twice hosted the All-Star Game, and finally the 2002 World Series. For more information, visit www.losangeles.angles.mlb.com.
Dodger Stadium Dodger Stadium is one of the crown jewels in professional sports and a landmark to West Coast expansion in Major League Baseball. Since 1962, Dodger Stadium has awed spectators with breath-taking views of downtown Los Angeles, the tree-lined Elysian hills, and the San Gabriel Mountains. The 56,000-seat Dodger Stadium has hosted eight World Series, and the Dodgers have won four World Championships (1963, 1965, 1981 and 1988) here. The stadium hosted the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 1980, the Olympic Games' baseball competition in 1984, and the 1991 Opening Ceremonies for the US Olympic Festival, and entertainers such as The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Elton John, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, and U2. Dodger Stadium field was named the best in baseball by Sports Illustrated in 2003. Visit www.dodgers.com for tickets and information. [Top]
Marina del Rey - Located in the heart of L.A.'s Westside, Marina del Rey is nestled on the waterfront between Santa Monica and Venice Beach. Enjoy abundant water and boating activities, sightseeing, skating, biking, shopping, and more. Every type of watersport is offered, from boats and watercraft you pedal, paddle, sail, or drive to windsurfing, sunbathing, swimming, and surfing. Other aquatic options include boat charters, harbor cruises, whale watching, and ocean fishing. Bike, skate, walk, or run along a 26-mile coastal path that stretches from Malibu at the northern end through the marina and south to Palos Verdes. Explore Marina del Rey by kayak or take a walking tour of local fresh and salt water marshes and nesting sites of birdlife, including the Great Blue and Black Crowned Night Herons. Marina del Rey's mild climate attracts families all year long to Marina Beach. Enjoy a picnic on the beach or Burton Chace Park, which hosts summer concerts. Pacific Beach offers great sights, natural splendor and the fun of the surf and sand.
Mother's Beach - Marina del Rey has a special beach fondly called Mother's Beach. This 12-acre non-ocean facing lagoon is within walking distance of most hotels and several restaurants. Staffed by County lifeguards, the beach has no surf and is a safe and pleasant spot for a family outing. Closer to the ocean, the Marina's peninsula lets you get your feet wet in the Pacific and is ideal for walking.
Santa Monica Beach - LA's Santa Monica Beach is an urban seaside village with world-class beaches and entertainment. The world-famous 3.5-mile Santa Monica Beach epitomizes the beach life of Southern California. Along the strand people jog, bike, skate, play chess or volleyball, build sandcastles or simply watch the waves as they kiss the shore. Ride a wave or work on your tan. Build a sandcastle or pedal or skate along the sand. Santa Monica's beach is adorned with the famous Santa Monica Pier that was originally built in 1909 and once hosted the La Monica Ballroom and Blue Streak wooden roller coaster. Today the famed Looff Hippodrome and its 1920s carousel, a National Historic Landmark, are the center of an amusement park that has a nine-story-tall, solar-powered ferris wheel and a five-story-high roller coaster. Santa Monica Pier may mark the end of Route 66 but it's your introduction to California's golden times - past and present. Enjoy shopping at the Third Street Promenade and views of the Santa Monica Mountains. Only a few miles north of Venice, the pier and beach are open 365 days a year.
Playa del Rey - Playa del Rey is the Marina's next door neighbor to the south. Just follow the bike path south past Fiji Way. Here you'll also find Dockweiler State Beach, which offers four miles of beachfront campgrounds, playgrounds, barbecue pits and picnic areas.
Malibu Beach Malibu covers 21 miles of spectacular coastline along Pacific Coast Highway, 6 miles north of Venice Beach. Malibu's allure, made famous by Beach Boys' songs and Bay Watch episodes is enhanced by beautiful beaches and excellent surf. Bring or rent a long-board, head to the legendary Malibu Surfrider Beach and paddle out to find the big waves. Fish off Malibu Pier or explore 22 acres of Malibu Lagoon wetlands, flower gardens and sandy beach. The Venice Beach Ocean Front Walk is an open-air bazaar, lined with interesting shops, cafes and interesting visuals. [Top]
Los Angeles Convention Center - The world-class Los Angeles Convention Center is one of the most efficiently designed and technologically advanced convention and exhibition facilities in the world. The trademark glass and steel pavilions, which house the exhibition halls, towers and lobbies, are conveniently linked by a meeting room concourse forming a grand unified center. With a total of 720,000 square feet of exhibition space, 147,000 square feet of 54 meeting rooms, a 299-seat theater, and parking for 5600 cars, the Los Angeles Convention Center provides a preeminent setting for any event. Visit www.lacclink.com.
Long Beach Convention Center - The Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center facilities include the Long Beach Arena and Exhibition Halls, the Terrace and Center Theaters, the Ballroom and Meeting Rooms. The outside of the Arena is covered by the world's largest mural, "Planet Ocean, which features a fabulous array of marine life by internationally-renowned environmental artist, Wyland. The Long Beach Arena, which seats 13,500 and has 46,000 square feet of exhibit space, is a magnificent focal point to the dramatic Long Beach skyline. Visit www.longbeachcc.com.
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium - Located in the heart of Santa Monica, the Civic is a popular destination for events and conventions. Opened in 1958, the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium has hosted numerous award shows, including the Academy Awards, rock concerts, sporting events, conventions and banquets. Home to the prestigious Santa Monica Symphony and many benefit concerts, the Civic also hosts exhibit and trade shows ranging from the Modernism Show to the International Gem & Jewelry Shows. A unique hydraulic floor enables the Civic to convert from a 3,000 seat performance space to a 27,000 square feet exhibit space. Visit www.santamonicauditorium.org. [Top]
UCLA Located on 419 acres in Westwood Village in Los Angeles, 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) is a public research university and home to more than 25,000 students. Founded in 1919, UCLA features the College of Letters and Science and 11 professional schools, and offers 118 undergraduate programs and 200 graduate degrees. The UCLA College is the core of the liberal arts tradition at UCLA. The largest and most comprehensive academic organization in the University of California system, the College houses nearly all of UCLA's undergraduate majors, and the vast majority of the university's academic departments, research and graduate training. UCLA is home to two excellent museums, the Hammer Museum and the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History. UCLA's famed Geffen Playhouse is the Westside's premier theater and performing arts venue. The UCLA Library ranks among the top 10 in the US, with more than 7.6 million volumes. UCLA also boasts a successful athletics programs with 10 successful men's varsity teams and 12 women's teams. Go Bruins! For information and admissions, visit www.ucla.edu.
University of Southern California - University of Southern California is one of the world's leading private research universities. Located in Los Angeles, USC's two campuses are home to the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences and 17 professional schools, as well as one of the largest teaching hospitals in the country. Founded in 1880, Southern California's oldest private research university attributes its success to excellence in teaching and research, a deep and abiding commitment to public service, and a loyal educational, arts and athletic community, the Trojan Family. The University Park campus, home to the College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and professional schools, is adjacent to Exposition Park, with world-class museums and sports facilities. A few miles to the northwest is the Health Sciences campus, home to the schools of m edi cine and pharmacy, as well as three major teaching hospitals. USC conducts programs in locations throughout Southern California, from Catalina Island to Orange County, as well as a center in Sacramento. Visit www.usc.edu.
California State University Los Angeles - Cal State L.A. has been a dynamic force in the education of students, setting a record of outstanding academic achievement for more than 50 years within the California State University system and beyond. Here, students, taught by nationally and internationally-recognized scholars in their fields, have gone on to become the nation's legislators, technicians, educators, artists, writers, engineers, healthcare providers, leaders in business and industry, entertainers, athletes and scientists. Visit www.calstatela.edu. [Top]
Loyola Marymount University Founded in 1911, Loyola Marymount is the only Jesuit/Marymount university in the southwestern US. Located in the world's most compelling and dynamic city, Los Angeles, LMU offers more than 80 majors and programs in four colleges: Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, College of Business Administration, College of Communication and Fine Arts, and College of Science and Engineering; and two schools, the School of Education and the School of Film and Television. LMU also includes the Graduate Division, Continuing Education Program, and Loyola Law School, located in downtown Los Angeles. For information and admissions, visit, www.lmu.edu.
Pepperdine University - Pepperdine University is an independent university enrolling 8,300 students in five colleges and schools. Seaver College, the School of Law, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, the Graziadio School of Business and Management, and the School of Public Policy are located on the University's 830-acre Malibu campus overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Courses are taught in Malibu, at six graduate campuses in Southern California, and at campuses in Germany, England, Italy, and Argentina. For admission and information, visit www.pepperdine.edu.
Santa Monica College - Santa Monica College offers an outstanding educational experience, and provides the Santa Monica community a wealth of resources. A two-year community college opened in 1929 with 153 students, SMC has become a thriving campus with 25,000 students and degrees in more than 80 fields of study. With an impressive academic record, SMC is a leader among the state's 108 community colleges, preparing students for careers in nursing, computer applications, early childhood education, business, accounting, graphic design and other occupations For information, visit www.smc.edu. [Top]
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