M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4* Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg

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M/S Kronshtadt 4* Cruise (KR11V)
12 days / 11 nights
Cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg

The MS Kronshtadt is an IntoRussia favourite and provides an ideal base for exploring Moscow, St Petersburg and other locations along the Volga River. Highlights of this wonderful cruise include a visit to the picturesque town of Kizhi with its stunning 22 domed Transfiguration Cathedral and of course the hustle and bustle of the mighty Kremlin grounds in Moscow. The comfortable 4 deck vessel has 2 restaurants and a spacious bar/conference hall where you can socialise with fellow passengers and share tales of your journey. Cabins on board the MS Kronshtadt are all outside facing are fully air conditioned and have private en suite facilities. Enjoy the passing views of rural Russia from your large picture window (except lower deck). Relax with some fresh air on the sundeck or with a cocktail in one of the onboard bars.

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The Route

MOSCOW • Uglich • Yaroslavl • Goritsy • Kizhi • Mandrogui • ST PETERSBURG

Moscow
Moscow

A truly iconic, global city, Moscow is the 860 year-old capital of Russia. There are dozens of reasons to come. Being one of the most breathtaking capitals in the world, Moscow has a wide range of cultural landmarks. We suggest exploring them all.

Uglich
Uglich

Like every ancient city of the Golden Ring, Uglich is home to beautiful temples and monasteries, among which are Alexis Monastery and Monastery of Holy Resurrection. Uglich provincial streets, idyllic landscapes and old wooden houses with carved architraves create a unique unforgettable charm.

Yaroslavl
Yaroslavl

One of 8 prime jewels of the Golden Ring, Yaroslavl is known for its ancient monuments and picturesque places. The city is situated on the high bank of the Volga river from where you can enjoy the view of tall slender bell towers and elegant domes of the churches.

Goritsy
Goritsy

The small village of Goritsy is home to Europe’s largest monastery, the 14th Century Kirillov-Belozersky Monastery. Founded in 1397 by Saint Cyril it was the holy place where tsars were seeking God's forgiveness. Many priceless relics remain in the monastery, including some of the earliest Russian religious manuscripts and 500 year old icons. The village of Goritsy is home to only 600 inhabitants who live in traditional log houses decorated with intricate wooden carvings and live through fishing and farming.

Kizhi
Kizhi

Kizhi Museum Reserve is one of Russia’s unmissable attractions and by far the most visited of Lake Onega’s 1600+ islands. It is home to dozens of the 18th- and 19th-century wooden buildings which were moved here from Karelian villages during Soviet times. The true marvel is the wooden Church of the Transfiguration (the church of twenty-two wooden domes) built in 1714 without the use of a single nail which has survived the challenges of Russian winters and revolution.

Mandrogi
Mandrogi

On the North shore of Lake Ladoga just beyond the archipelago monastery of Valaam, lies Mandrogi village. It was established in the 18th century and was hardly touched by time until being completely destroyed during the World War II. It was only in 1996 that it was decided to rebuild this Karelian village to the smallest detail. Today Mandrogi is a beautiful living museum featuring examples of Russia's stunning wooden architecture and traditional craftsmanship, as well as the head-spinning Vodka Museum with 2800 different types of Russia’s most notorious drink. Village visitors enjoy demonstrations of wood carving, lacework, pottery, horse-riding and archery.

Catherine Palace & Amber Room
Catherine Palace & Amber Room

In the quaint village of Pushkin, on the outskirts of St Petersburg, lies one of the most impressive and iconic buildings in Russia; Catherine’s Palace. The pastel exterior is flamboyantly embellished with gold accents and the interior is far from modestly decorated! The palace is home to the famous Amber Room with its mysterious past which our guides will tell you all about. The residence was destroyed in World War II and has been under construction ever since.

Please select your route:

•   MOSCOW TO ST PETERSBURG

•   ST PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW


MOSCOW TO ST PETERSBURG

DAY 1, ARRIVE IN MOSCOW FOR YOUR RUSSIA RIVER CRUISE
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Welcome to the gorgeous capital of Russia - Moscow! Upon arrival your driver meets you at the airport and transfers you to the port for boarding your cruise ship. Dinner is served onboard.

DAY 2, MOSCOW
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Today you have a 4-hour panoramic bus city tour around the most interesting Moscow sights, including Tverskaya street, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Historical Museum, GUM and Red Square (free time). After lunch at the city restaurant you have a guided tour to the Kremlin territory and visit one of its Cathedrals. Optional tour of the Armoury Chamber is available (should be booked in advance). After the tour you return to your ship. Optional evening activity: National folk show "Kostroma", circus performance (should be booked in advance) or Moscow by night city tour with a metro ride.

DAY 3, MOSCOW

This day is free for you to spend it at your leisure either relaxing onboard or exploring the city center on your own. Optional tours: visit to the Tretyakov Gallery, tour to the Novodevichy Convent or transfer to the city center. After the optional tours you return onboard and your amazing cruise starts.

DAY 4, UGLICH

Uglich of today used to be the seat of princedom back in the 13th century. Uglich is the town where one of the most momentous events of the Russian history took place in the 16th century. It was then that the last member of the Ruirik dynasty, the young Tsarevich Dmitry was murdered. That dreadful event gave rise to what later became known as the time of trouble and only after 15 years the Romanov’s dynasty’s succeeding to the throne. Today’s Uglich does cherish its history and you can still see the relics of the past. That is the Church of St Dmitry on the spilt Blood. Built in 1690 on the spot where Dmitry had been murdered it appears on the horizon with its red walls and blue domes as one sails north on the Volga. Today you arrive have a walking city tour with visits to the territory of the Uglich Kremlin, the Church of St. Dimitry on the Blood and the Transfiguration Cathedral.

DAY 5, YAROSLAVL

Among the precious jewels of old Russian cities Yaroslavl shines with a par¬ticular bright, unfading light. Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, the city prospered as a trading port and a center of textile manufactur. No other city in Russia except Yaroslavl can boast such a wealth of the 17th - cen¬tury architecture. In 2010 the city celebrated its millennium. Today you make a stop in Yaroslavl and have a bus city tour with visits to the Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, the local market (free time), the Church of St. Elijah the Prophet (from the outside) and the former Governor’s House where you enjoy an interactive tour with a music concert and dances.

DAY 6, GORITSY
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Welcome to the Northwest of Russia, the village of Goritsy, home to the Resurrection Convent, standing at the shoreline. From Goritsy a bus will drive you to the town of Kirillov, 8 kilome­ters away, to tour one of the major Orthodox strongholds of Old Russia, the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake. Founded in the 14th century, the monastery has preserved its re­markable architecture and fascinates the visitors by its majestic churches enclosed within austere fortress walls. The monastery is also famous for its museum of icons some of them are the oldest in Russia. 

DAY 7, KIZHI
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Situated to the northeast of Lake Onega, the island of Kizhi is home to the open-air museum of fascinating wooden architecture. Walking on the island, you can see old wooden churches, chapels, bell towers, peasant houses, granaries, barns, windmills, bathhouses which were all brought from around the Onega region to illustrate the architecture common to the Russian North.The focal point, referred to as the Kizhi Ensemble, comprises the awe-inspiring 22-domed Transfigu­ration Cathedral (1714), the neighboring Church of Intercession (1774) and the bell tower between the two. Another significant structure is the modest Cha­pel of the Resurrection of Lazarus. Built in 1391, it is the oldest standing wooden church in Russia. 

DAY 8, MANDROGUI
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Inhabited by talented craftsmen, Mandrogui is a reconstructed village, built on the bank of the Svir River to illustrate the traditions and lifestyle of Russia's past. Experience provincial Russian lifestyle, watch the artisans and craftsmen mak­ing “matryoshkas” (Russian nesting dolls), carving wood, sewing, and ... visit the Vodka Museum, which boasts 250 varieties of the national drink. Today you have some free time to stroll around the village.

DAY 9, ST PETERSBURG
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Upon arrival in St. Petersburg, you have a guided panoramic tour around the main city attractions, including Nevsky Prospect, the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Saviour on Spilled Blood. Later you have a walking tour to the Peter and Paul Fortress with a visit to the St. Peter and Paul’s Cathedral. After lunch at the city restaurant you go on a 3-hour guided tour of the Hermitage Museum. Optional evening activity: Folk Show or St. Petersburg city tour by night.

DAY 10, ST PETERSBURG

Today you travel to the outskirts of St. Petersburg to see the former summer residence of Russian tsars and emperors - Peterhof. You enjoy a walking tour in Lower Park exploring the Grand Cascade with the Samson Fountain and the Monplaisir Palace. Optional evening activity: St. Petersburg rivers and canals boat ride.

DAY 11, ST PETERSBURG

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This day is free for you to spend it at your leisure. Optional tour: trip to Pushkin and Pavlovsk. In Pushkin you explore the Catherine’s Palace visiting its Grand Hall and Amber Room, and take a walk in its beautiful park. In Pavlovsk you visit the famous Paul Palace and stroll through the park. Optional evening activity: ballet performance.

DAY 12, ST PETERSBURG

After breakfast you disembark your ship and your driver transfers you to the airport for your flight back home.


ST PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW

DAY 1, ST PETERSBURG
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We arrive at the airport in St Petersburg where your driver awaits, ready to transfer you to the ship. On board, there'll be a cocktail reception giving you the perfect opportunity to mix with our fellow passengers.

DAY 2, ST PETERSBURG
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Leaving the ship docked in port, you will head into St Petersburg today, your destination perhaps Russia's most iconic museum. The Hermitage, housed in the Tsar's Winter Palace, is now a permanent exhibition of more than three million works of art. All the world's great artists are represented, from Leonardo da Vinci to Picasso and everyone in between. Commanding a magnificent location on the bank of the river Neva, this Baroque-style palace is undoubtedly the major attraction of St Petersburg. Optionals: a tour to river and canals or ballet performance.

DAY 3, ST PETERSBURG

Today you will enjoy a guided panoramic tour around the main city attractions, including Nevsky Prospect, the St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the Saviour on Spilled Blood. Later you have a walking tour to the Peter and Paul Fortress with a visit to the St. Peter and Paul’s Cathedral.

DAY 4, MANDROGUI
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Inhabited by talented craftsmen, Mandrogui is a reconstructed village, built on the bank of the Svir River to illustrate the traditions and lifestyle of Russia's past. Experience provincial Russian lifestyle, watch the artisans and craftsmen mak­ing “matryoshkas” (Russian nesting dolls), carving wood, sewing, and ... visit the Vodka Museum, which boasts 250 varieties of the national drink. Today you have some free time to stroll around the village.

DAY 5, KIZHI
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Situated to the northeast of Lake Onega, the island of Kizhi is home to the open-air museum of fascinating wooden architecture. Walking on the island, you can see old wooden churches, chapels, bell towers, peasant houses, granaries, barns, windmills, bathhouses which were all brought from around the Onega region to illustrate the architecture common to the Russian North.The focal point, referred to as the Kizhi Ensemble, comprises the awe-inspiring 22-domed Transfigu­ration Cathedral (1714), the neighboring Church of Intercession (1774) and the bell tower between the two. Another significant structure is the modest Cha­pel of the Resurrection of Lazarus. Built in 1391, it is the oldest standing wooden church in Russia.

DAY 6, GORITSY
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Welcome to the Northwest of Russia, the village of Goritsy, home to the Resurrection Convent, standing at the shoreline. From Goritsy a bus will drive you to the town of Kirillov, 8 kilome­ters away, to tour one of the major Orthodox strongholds of Old Russia, the Monastery of St. Cyril on the White Lake. Founded in the 14th century, the monastery has preserved its re­markable architecture and fascinates the visitors by its majestic churches enclosed within austere fortress walls. The monastery is also famous for its museum of icons some of them are the oldest in Russia.

DAY 7, YAROSLAVL

Among the precious jewels of old Russian cities Yaroslavl shines with a par¬ticular bright, unfading light. Founded in 1010 by Prince Yaroslav the Wise, the city prospered as a trading port and a center of textile manufactur. No other city in Russia except Yaroslavl can boast such a wealth of the 17th - cen¬tury architecture. In 2010 the city celebrated its millennium. Today you make a stop in Yaroslavl and have a bus city tour with visits to the Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, the local market (free time), the Church of St. Elijah the Prophet (from the outside) and the former Governor’s House where you enjoy an interactive tour with a music concert and dances.

DAY 8, UGLICH

Uglich of today used to be the seat of princedom back in the 13th century. Uglich is the town where one of the most momentous events of the Russian history took place in the 16th century. It was then that the last member of the Ruirik dynasty, the young Tsarevich Dmitry was murdered. That dreadful event gave rise to what later became known as the time of trouble and only after 15 years the Romanov’s dynasty’s succeeding to the throne. Today’s Uglich does cherish its history and you can still see the relics of the past. That is the Church of St Dmitry on the spilt Blood. Built in 1690 on the spot where Dmitry had been murdered it appears on the horizon with its red walls and blue domes as one sails north on the Volga. Today you arrive have a walking city tour with visits to the territory of the Uglich Kremlin, the Church of St. Dimitry on the Blood and the Transfiguration Cathedral.

DAY 9, MOSCOW
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After breakfast, the ship arrives in Moscow. Your guided bus tour will pick out the highlights, including a panoramic view of the city from the Sparrow Hills observation platform and a visit to the Poklonnaya Hills monument in honour of the Russian victory in the Great Patriotic War (World War II). Heading to the centre, you will visit Red Square and also the home of the Bolshoi ballet. Optionals: a visit to the Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow by night tour with a metro ride. 

DAY 10, MOSCOW

Today you have a guided tour to the Kremlin territory and visit one of its Cathedrals. Optional tour of the Armoury Chamber is available (should be booked in advance). After the tour you return to your ship. Optional evening activity: National folk show "Kostroma", circus performance (should be booked in advance), visit to New Maidens' Convent or transfer to the city centre.

DAY 11, MOSCOW

Enjoy breakfast at leisure on board ship prior to your departure transfer to the airport. 


If you wish, extra days in Moscow can be arranged. Get in touch with our destination managers for a quote.

M/S Kronshtadt

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Motorship «Kronshtadt» is a comfortable four-deck vessel (type 301). Built in Germany in 1979 and refurbished in 2018, the motorship is equipped with modern navigational facilities and exceeds the speed of 26 km per hour (around 17 MpH). Type – 301 (four deck vessel, super luxury), Length – 125, Width – 16,7 m, Immersion – 2,75 m, Speed – 26 km per hour (around 17MpH), Passenger capacity – 212.

Vessel features:

•   Souvenir store •   Solarium •   Medical room •   Panorama Bar and musical lounge •   Reading lounge •   Ironing Room •   Conference hall / Bar •   2 restaurants

 

Deck plan

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

Spacious 2 room cabin with separate bedroom and lounge area, around 30 square meters, equipped with private bathroom with significant increase of its size, heating and ventilation system, 220 volt sockets, radio, 4 large opening scenic windows. Lounge area is furnished in a stylish way with a roomy wardrobe, occasional table, cushioned furniture, TV/video, refrigerator. Bedroom is furnished with a king-size bed and wardrobe. Partly new lighting and modern décor.

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

One-bed outside cabin with a large opening scenic window, private facilities, heating and ventilation system, wardrobe, 220 volt socket, radio. Equipped with new furniture and lighting; decorated in modern style.

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

Two-bed outside single-staged cabin with a large opening scenic window, heating and ventilation system, wardrobe, 220 volt socket, radio. Cabin is equipped with new furniture and lighting; decorated in modern style.

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

Spacious twin cabin with a large opening scenic window, heating and ventilation system, wardrobe, 220 volt socket, radio. Cabin is equipped with new furniture and lighting; decorated in modern style.

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

Spacious twin/double cabin with a large opening scenic window, heating and ventilation system, wardrobe, 220 volt socket, radio. Cabin is equipped with new furniture and lighting; decorated in modern style.

M/S Kronshtadt 4*
M/S Kronshtadt 4*

Three-bed two-tiered cabin with two non-opening portholes, equipped with heating and ventilation system, wardrobe, 220 volt socket, radio. Cabin is equipped with new furniture and lighting; decorated in modern style. Used for double accommodation as one of the beds is a foldaway bed.

PLEASE NOTE: All our website prices were always subject to live currency updates. Since recent frequent currency fluctuations, we decided to display OUR CRUISEPRICES in EURO - to stay true to you, our traveller. We no longer want to see our prices changing daily therefore we stick with Euro! Don't worry, when you make the booking we will invoice you in British pounds with the applicable daily exchange rate.


M/S Kronshtadt 4* Cruise, 2020

Moscow to St Petersburg Cruise, 12 days/11 nights

Prices are per person, excluding flights

DATES
2020

LOWER DECK

MIDDLE DECK 

BOAT DECK

BOAT OR MIDDLE DECK

MAIN  DECK

MIDDLE DECK

Triple cabin

for double use

Twin cabin Twin cabin Single cabin Deluxe Double cabin Deluxe twin cabin

Suite

18-29 May
Без имени 1
€ 1 923 € 2 391 € 2 449 € 2 566 € 2 859 € 2 625 € 3 093
8-19 June
Без имени 1
€ 1 923 € 2 391 € 2 449 € 2 566 € 2 859 € 2 625 € 3 093
29 Jun-10 July
Без имени 1
€ 1 923 € 2 391 € 2 449 € 2 566 € 2 859 € 2 625 € 3 093
20-31 July
Без имени 1
€ 1 923 € 2 391 € 2 449 € 2 566 € 2 859 € 2 625 € 3 093
10-21 Aug
Без имени 1
€ 1 712 € 2 145 € 2 200 € 2 308 € 2 578 € 2 362 € 2 795
31 Aug-11 Sep
Без имени 1
€ 1 923 € 2 391 € 2 449 € 2 566 € 2 859 € 2 625 € 3 093
21 Sept-2 Oct
Без имени 1
€ 1 712 € 2 145 € 2 200 € 2 308 € 2 578 € 2 362 € 2 795

St Petersburg to Moscow Cruise, 11 days/10 nights

Prices are per person, excluding flights

DATES
2020

LOWER DECK

MIDDLE DECK 

BOAT DECK

BOAT OR MIDDLE DECK

MAIN DECK

MIDDLE DECK

Triple cabin

for double use

Twin cabin

Twin cabin Single cabin Deluxe Double cabin Deluxe twin cabin

Suite

8-18 May
Без имени 1
€ 1 562 € 1 956 € 2 005 € 2 103 € 2 349 € 2 153 € 2 546
29 May-8 June
Без имени 1
€ 1 752 € 2 178 € 2 231 € 2 338 € 2 604 € 2 391 € 2 816
19-29 June
Без имени 1
€ 1 752 € 2 178 € 2 231 € 2 338 € 2 604 € 2 391 € 2 816
10-20 July
Без имени 1
€ 1 752 € 2 178 € 2 231 € 2 338 € 2 604 € 2 391 € 2 816
31 Jul-10 Aug
Без имени 1
€ 1 646 € 2 072 € 2 125 € 2 231 € 2 497 € 2 284 € 2 710
21-31 Aug
Без имени 1
€ 1 646 € 2 072 € 2 125 € 2 231 € 2 497 € 2 284 € 2 710
11-21 Sept
Без имени 1
€ 1 752 € 2 178 € 2 231 € 2 338 € 2 604 € 2 391 € 2 816

 Please note:

  The deposit is paid on this tour - please enquire at the booking stage

  IntoRussia Ltd reserves the right to change hotels to similar ones of the same standard and change the order of excursions

Flight details:

  Please speak with us to get the best prices on flights added to your tour

 Extras:

  If you are a group and want to add extra days or excursions, or you are looking for more independence, contact our Destination Experts for a

      tailor-made package

All Packages Include:

•   Guaranteed accommodation according to your reservation
•   1 transfer to the port and 1 transfer from the port only on embarkation/disembarkation days
•   Luggage handling in river ports and on board the ship
•   English/French/German/Spanish/Italian speaking board guides; services of guides speaking other foreign languages can be provided at additional cost
•   On board entertainment including Russian language course and Russian songs lessons, live music concerts, dancing music in bars nightly, Captain’s bridge tour, etc
•   Excursion program detailed in the cruise itinerary (optional tours are available onboard)
•   Use of cabin safe
•   Visa support letter
*NOTE: In case of a reservation cancellation, errors or change of names, a penalty charge of £10 will apply

Included Meals:

•   Full board, three meals per day (from the dinner on the arrival day to the breakfast on the departure day):

•   Breakfast onboard is buffet style. Water in the pitchers on the table is provided during breakfast, as well as tea/ coffee is served. Buffet line has cocoa, milk, juice in assortment, as well as numerous hot and cold dishes to guest’s choice

•   Lunch onboard is buffet style. Water in the pitchers on the table is provided during breakfast, as well as tea/ coffee is served.

•   Dinner onboard is served according to the menu: Starter, Main course (a choice of 3 - meat or fish or vegetarian), Dessert (a choice of 2 or fruit). Water in the pitchers on the table is provided during dinner, as well as tea/ coffee is served. 1 glass of red/white wine or juice is included for each dinner

•   NB During stay in Moscow and St. Petersburg the menu is fixed (no choice of dishes).

•   During the navigation days of the cruise the choice of main course/dessert is provided – the guests choose the dishes for next day each previous day.

•   1 bottle of still water (0.33l per person per day) is provided in cabins.

•   There is a coffee-station onboard the ship available for guests from 06:00 till breakfast, from 10:00 till 12:00, from 16:00 till 18:00 and from 21:00 till 23:00. Coffee-station includes coffee, decaf, hot water, milk, cocoa, packed tea, sugar, sweetener, and cookies.

 

The following events are organized for guests onboard the ship:

•   welcome “bread and salt” ceremony on the embarkation day

•   welcome cocktail including 1 glass of champagne or juice per pax

•   “Russian tea ceremony” with tea and Russian pies and “Vodka show” with vodka and blini tasting

•   Cocktail party – once per tour – 1 cocktail to choose out of 3 cocktails per 1 pax

•   Captain’s dinner with up scaled menu

•   BBQ outdoors in Mandrogui (instead of lunch onboard, subject to the weather conditions)

•   Mulled wine (during cold weather)/ Ice tea (during hot weather) upon returning to ship after shore excursions

•   Coffee-station for early risers

 

Not Included:

•   International flights

•   Travel insurance

•   Optional excursions (available on board)

•   Gratuities

•   Personal spendings

•   Visa fees paid directly to the Consulate

Paula
September 2014

Hi Brenda,

I just wanted to let you know that these customers had a really good holiday on their River Cruise on MS Tolstoy, recently.

Always good to have some nice feedback!

Many thanks,

M/S Kronshtadt 4*

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