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Adventure Aquarium

ADVENTURE AQUARIUM
1 Riverside Drive
Camden, NJ 08103
On the Camden Waterfront

Open daily, 9am-6pm
Seasonal extended hours may apply; please check website for current hours.

(844) 474-3474
adventureaquarium.com

The Franklin Institute

THE FRANKLIN INSTITUTE
222 North 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
On 20th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Center City

Wed-Fri, 10am-5pm
Sat-Sun, 10am-6pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
Please note: Hours vary, check website for current hours.

(215) 448-1200
fi.edu

Philadelphia Zoo

PHILADELPHIA ZOO
3400 West Girard Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Fairmount Park, at 34th Street and Girard Avenue. On I-76, exit 342. In Philadelphia's historic Centennial District

Mar 1-Oct 31, 9:30am-5pm
Nov 1-Feb-28: 9:30am-4pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

(215) 243-1100
philadelphiazoo.org

Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works

BIG BUS COMPANY AND PHILADELPHIA TROLLEY WORKS
6th & Market St
Philadelphia PA 19146
Tours depart from the Independence Visitor Center located at 6th & Market streets.

Mon-Fri: 9:30am-4pm
Sat-Sun: 9:30am-4:30pm
Please arrive 20 minutes before desired departure time.
Closed Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

(215) 389-TOUR (8687)
phillytour.com

Eastern State Penitentiary

EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY
2027 Fairmount Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19130

Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm

(215) 236-3300
easternstate.org

Please Touch Museum®

PLEASE TOUCH MUSEUM®
Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park
4231 Avenue of the Republic
Philadelphia, PA 19131

Thu-Sun: 9am-12pm and 1:30pm-4:30pm
Sun 11am-5pm
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day.

(215) 581-3181
pleasetouchmuseum.org

Museum of the American Revolution

MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
101 S. Third Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Fri-Mon, 10am-5pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
Open select holiday weekdays; check schedule.

(215) 253-6731
amrevmuseum.org

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

BATTLESHIP NEW JERSEY MUSEUM AND MEMORIAL
100 Clinton Street
Camden, NJ 08103

Sat-Sun, 11am-3pm
Hours vary seasonally; be sure to check the website for current hours before your visit.

(866) 877-6262
battleshipnewjersey.org

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES OF DREXEL UNIVERSITY
1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Fri-Sun, 11am-5pm
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Years Day.

(215)299-1000
ansp.org

National Constitution Center

NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER
Independence Mall
525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Wed-Sun, 10am-5pm
Hours may vary; check current schedule when planning your visit.
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(215) 409-6700
constitutioncenter.org

Barnes Foundation

BARNES FOUNDATION
2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19130

Fri-Mon, 11am-5pm
Extended hours and/or days may apply; check current hours.

(215) 278-7000
barnesfoundation.org

CityPASS Admission

Adventure Aquarium

General admission

Some experiences and exhibits may be temporarily unavailable.

The Franklin Institute

General admission, including one Fels Planetarium show

Some experiences and exhibits may be temporarily unavailable.

Philadelphia Zoo

General admission

Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works

1-Day Hop-on Hop-Off Double Decker Sightseeing Tour

Eastern State Penitentiary

General Admission

Some tours and experiences may be temporarily unavailable.

Does not include private tours or special events, including Night Tours.

Please Touch Museum®

General Admission

Museum of the American Revolution

General Admission

Some exhibits or experiences may be temporarily unavailable.

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

Fire Power Tour, including an audio device with narration and clips from former crew members

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

All Access, including special exhibits

Some exhibits, experiences and amenities may be temporarily unavailable.

National Constitution Center

General Admission

Some galleries and experiences may be temporarily unavailable.

Barnes Foundation

General admission, including access to special exhibitions when on view

Highlights

Adventure Aquarium

  • Discover and learn more about the enormous and deadly prehistoric marine reptiles that ruled the Jurassic seas in Dinosaurs of the Deep.
  • Touch slick, slimy and all-around cool Invertebrates at Creature Feature, Adventure Aquarium’s touch pool.
  • Come 'nose-to-nose' with massive Nile hippos Button and Genny in a colorful landscape of light and sound in Hippo Haven.
  • Watch Adventure Aquarium's flock of African Penguins swim, frolic and dive in their 17,000-gallon pool.
  • Find yourself completely surrounded by some of the fiercest creatures in the ocean when you explore Shark Realm.
  • Marvel at the variety of marine life you see in the 760,000-gallon Ocean Realm exhibit, home to over 850 species.

The Franklin Institute

  • Interact with science team members who will roam the galleries offering science insight, curatorial highlights, and deeper exhibit engagement.
  • Check out hourly Live Science Shows, including Liquid Air Show and Science of Combustion, performed from the PECO Live Science Stage in the Atrium.
  • Watch live dissections take place in The Giant Heart exhibit, projected on the wall for ease of viewing.
  • Enjoy 20,000 square feet of outdoor space for casual seating.

Philadelphia Zoo

  • Watch Amani and Ajabu, our toddler and infant western lowland gorillas, as they grow and explore PECO Primate Reserve.
  • Come face to face with lions, tigers, leopards, pumas, and jaguars in KeyBank Big Cat Falls.
  • Travel to the land of kangaroos and emus to explore the wonders from Down Under at the new Outback Outpost.
  • Soar into the brand new Wings of Asia experience and hand-feed a flock of breathtakingly beautiful birds.
  • Learn about many extraordinary and endangered animals from around the world at Philadelphia Zoo, among the region’s foremost wildlife conservation organizations.

Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works

  • Delight in the historical tales, cultural highlights and entertaining stories told by highly-trained staff serving as your guide.
  • See spectacular city views from London-style open-top double decker buses.
  • Hop on and off at any of the 27 stops or just sit back and enjoy the ride!

Eastern State Penitentiary

  • Discover the history of Eastern State through a self-guided audio tour, narrated by actor Steve Buscemi. Hear the real voices of former officers and inmates as the long-abandoned cellblocks come alive with sounds of daily life inside the ancient prison.
  • Learn how to unlock a cell, open the massive front gate, and tour rarely-seen spaces such as the Hospital Block through Hands-On History tours. These interactive experiences are brief—5 to 20 minutes each—and are available throughout the day, all across the penitentiary complex.
  • See Al Capone's recreated cell with fine furniture and a cabinet radio, where he got his first taste of prison life on Eastern State's "Park Avenue" cellblock.
  • Consider the purpose and effectiveness of prisons today in the award-winning, interactive new exhibit "Prisons Today: Questions in the Age of Mass Incarceration."

Please Touch Museum®

  • Immerse yourself and your family in over 60,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on exhibits that encourage children to be the leader as you follow their curiosity, and take advantage of daily educator-led programming in areas such as art, literacy, music and movement, STEM and more.
  • Explore the forces that affect the way water flows in River Adventure, where your little ones can move waterwheels, float boats and rubber duckies, and investigate the levers and locks that bring the water to life.
  • Take a visit down the rabbit hole to wonderland, where you can join the Mad Hatter and March hare for tea and navigate your way through the Hall of Mirrors, where you'll find optical illusions around every corner.
  • Watch your young astronauts assemble and launch rockets high into the air, or take the lead by exploring the Mission Control console, in the Rocket Room.
  • Step into the world of giant blue foam blocks in the Imagination Playground, where the possibilities for play are endless.

Museum of the American Revolution

  • Stand beneath the branches and lanterns of a life-size reproduction of the Boston Liberty Tree, where the first stirrings of revolt were discussed and debated, in one of the museum's most captivating immersive environments.
  • Climb aboard a replica privateer ship to experience the war at sea—a favorite for kids of all ages!
  • Stand among life-size replicas of members of the Oneida Indian Nation; listen and become immersed in the intense debate that led to their decision to break with the Iroquois Confederacy and join the American cause.
  • Learn how to stand in ranks and move in formation as you prepare to experience the sights and sounds of the Revolutionary War in the Battlefield Theater.
  • Follow General George Washington's Headquarters Tent's remarkable journey from the Revolutionary War to the present in Washington's War Tent, a moving and immersive film.

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

  • Marvel at the sheer size of the Battleship once you get close to her.
  • Pull the trigger and "fire" the M2 machine guns on the forecastle (forward deck).
  • Check out the newly re-installed Quad 40 Guns on the fantail.
  • Lie in bunks the sailors once called home.
  • Check out a tomahawk missile launch in the Combat Engagement Center.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

  • Come face to face with a Tyrannosaurus Rex in the Dinosaur Hall!
  • Be delighted by a lush, tropical garden filled with colorful plants and a multitude of live butterflies from Central and South America, East Africa, and Southeast Asia in Butterflies!
  • Get up close to the Academy's reptiles and amphibians at our Reptile Tech Cart! See close up details through a high powered microscope, examine and touch snake skins, turtle shells, and more!
  • Meet the furry, feathered, and scaly residents of the museum, and explore their behaviors, adaptations, and ecosystems. The museum's Live Animal Center supports over 100 individual animal ambassadors and several colonies of invertebrates.
  • Shop till you drop! Academy Shop is open for unique gifts and fun toys.

National Constitution Center

  • Freedom Rising, a stirring, 360-degree theatrical production, takes you on a journey from America’s founding to the present day. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor called it “the best 17-minute civics lesson in the country.” It'll give you goose bumps!
  • Walk among 42 life-size bronze statues of the Founding Fathers in Signers’ Hall. One of the museum’s most popular and iconic attractions, Signers’ Hall brings to life the final day of the Constitutional Convention in the Assembly Room of the Pennsylvania State House, now known as Independence Hall.
  • Explore Civil War and Reconstruction: The Battle for Freedom and Equality, the first exhibit devoted to exploring how constitutional clashes over slavery set the stage for the Civil War, and how the nation transformed the Constitution after the war to more fully embrace the Declaration of Independence’s promise of liberty and equality.
  • The Center’s newest exhibit, The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote, traces the triumphs and struggles that led to the ratification of the 19th Amendment and features some of the many women who transformed constitutional history—including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, and Ida B. Wells.

Barnes Foundation

  • There is nowhere else like the Barnes! While most collections are grouped by chronology, style or genre, art at the Barnes is arranged according to light, line, color and space—principles that founder Albert Barnes called “the universal language of art.”
  • Explore significant works by Matisse, Picasso, Modigli­ani, Van Gogh, and other renowned artists; the collection includes the world's largest holdings of paintings by Renoir (181) and Cézanne (69), as well as 59 works by Matisse and 46 by Picasso.
  • See Matisse’s The Dance in the Main Gallery of the collection, and Vincent Van Gogh’s The Postman in Room 2 of the collection.
  • Experience the art ensembles—combinations of fine and decorative art from across time periods and cultures—organized by Barnes founder, Dr. Albert C. Barnes.

CityPASS Entry

Visit the CityPASS Travel Guide for detailed information on advance reservations and entry.

Offers/Upgrades

The Franklin Institute

Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition: For over a century, Crayola has sparked imagination and ignited creativity all over the world. Best known for their iconic box of crayons, the spectrum of Crayola products is rooted in innovation and invention. Discover the next evolution of Crayola ingenuity in the world premiere of the blockbuster museum experience, Crayola IDEAworks: The Creativity Exhibition. On view February 13-July 18. Cost for CityPASS guests: $12 (purchase tickets upon arrival at the musuem.

Philadelphia Zoo

Swan Boats: Youngsters can paddle their way around Bird Lake in the Zoo's swan boats, each one built for two to three people. Cost for CityPASS guests: ages 2+, $6.

Wings of Asia: Immerse yourself in a lush Asian garden filled with color, sound and spectacular birds. Species including Temminck’s tragopan, satyr tragopan, golden pheasant, spotted dove, white-crested laughingthrush and Eurasian blackbird will call this exotic landscape home.

Amazon Rainforest Carousel: The Zoo’s enchanting all-wooden, hand-carved and hand-painted carousel was the first of its kind in the United States featuring endangered species found within the Amazon Rainforest. Cost for CityPASS guests: ages 2+, $3.

Septa PZ Express Kiddie Train: The construction of the Zoo in the 1800s coincided with that of another fantastic invention, the transcontinental railroad. Today, our youngest visitors can share in the excitement of this grand Victorian accomplishment with a quaint ride on our very own PZ Express, a charming reminder of the Zoo's heritage. Cost for CityPASS guests: ages 2+, $3.

6abc Zooballoon: Soar 400 ft above the zoo to see stunning views of Fairmount Park. Cost for CityPASS guests: ages 2+, $10 weekdays/$15 weekends.

Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works

Additional Days: Add additional days to your pass; inquire about pricing and availability when you present your CityPASS ticket to be scanned.

Please Touch Museum®

Historic Carousel: Ride the historic restored carousel that dates back to 1908. Cost: $3 per ride.

Museum of the American Revolution

Guided Tours: Guided Tours are available for an additional fee; please click here for more information.

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

Guided Tours: Inquire at the ticket desk in the Visitors Center about available guided tours.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Special Exhibits and Programming: Special exhibits and programming are available throughout the year. Please ask at the lobby desk for information.

Permian Monsters: Life Before Dinosaurs: What did the world look like before the dinosaurs? Step back 290 million years to when bizarre-looking creatures dominated life on land and sea, and dinosaurs had not yet evolved. Included with CityPASS admission. Through January 17, 2022.

Barnes Foundation

Daily Highlights Tour: This one-hour tour is perfect for first-time visitors. Explore highlights of the collection and learn the history of the Barnes. Available weekdays 11am-noon (closed Tuesdays) and weekends 10-11am, 11am–noon. Speak to a Visitor Experience Associate upon arrival.

Daily Premier Tour: This intimate 90-minute tour, led by a specially trained docent, takes place while the Barnes is closed to the public. Available Wed-Mon, 4:30-6pm. Speak to a Visitor Experience Associate upon arrival.

Daily Spotlight Tour: Each month, our Spotlight Tours focus on a different artist or theme, allowing for a deeper dive into a specific area of the collection. Available Wed-Mon, noon-1pm. Speak to a Visitor Experience Associate upon arrival.

Advice for Visitors

Adventure Aquarium

Tips:
  • The RiverLink Ferry connects the Camden Waterfront to Philadelphia's Penn Landing May-September.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Feeding Frenzy Café, Philly Pretzel Factory
  • Gift Shops: Adventure Gift Shop

Best time to visit: Visit after 2pm on weekdays when it's less crowded and the hippos are most active, or before 11am or after 2pm on weekends.

Accessibility: Adventure Aquarium is fully accessible for our guests in wheelchairs and for those for whom steps are a challenge. A manual wheelchair can be picked up at the information desk at no charge. A fully refundable $10 deposit is required for all wheelchair rentals. Wheelchairs cannot be reserved. They are first come, first served basis. Segways are not permitted in the Aquarium.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Groups: Groups of 20 or more: Please call (800) 616-5297 in advance of arrival.

The Franklin Institute

Tips:
  • Enhance your visit with live science shows and demonstrations; see details.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
  • Learn about The Franklin Institute's safety guidelines and what to expect on your visit here.
Amenities:
  • Gift Shop: Sci-Store

Best time to visit: Arrive early on weekends and holidays when it's less crowded. CityPASS holders can check in at the ticketing desk.

Accessibility: Click here for information on accessibility.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Philadelphia Zoo

Tips:
  • Some exhibits are available April through October only.
  • Don't miss free zookeeper talks and training demonstrations; meeting times and locations found on the zoo map; see details.
  • Throughout the year, the zoo hosts special public events, included with CityPASS admission; see details.
  • Heads up! Animals at the Philadelphia Zoo are on the move like never before. With the new animal exploration trail experience called Zoo360, a campus-wide network of see-through mesh trails affords more opportunities for animals to roam around and above Zoo grounds.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Tiger Terrace, 34th Street Market (seasonal), The Watering Hole (seasonal). Outdoor picnic areas; guests may bring their own food and drink.
  • Gift Shops: multiple

Best time to visit: Animals are most active before 2pm.

Accessibility: Click here for information on accessibility.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Big Bus Company and Philadelphia Trolley Works

Tips:
  • Philadelphia Trolley Works and Big Bus Company accesses many CityPASS attractions, plus other Philadelphia landmarks like the Rocky Steps, Independence Hall and City Hall.
  • Free courtesy shuttle pick-up from all center city locations during normal operating hours; to arrange for a pick up call at (215) 389-8687.
  • For route info, see the printable Phila Trolley route map.
  • Audio tours are available in Spanish, Portuguese, French, German, Italian and Mandarin.
  • Tours run rain or shine. Please dress accordingly for the weather the day of the tour.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.

Best time to visit: Start your Philadelphia Trolley Works and Big Bus Company tour in the morning to maximize your tour experience.

Accessibility: ADA vehicles are available. Please give 24 hours notice to ensure accommodations.

Groups: Groups of 10 or more: Please call (215) 389-TOUR (8687) at least 24 hours before arrival.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Tips:
  • Eastern State Penitentiary is open rain or shine, and the building does not have climate control. Summers can be quite hot, and winters can be quite chilly. Please dress for the weather, and be sure to wear appropriate footwear. Sandals, flip-flops, open-toed shoes, and high heels are not recommended.
  • The Eastern State Challenge booklet is available complimentary for kids (ages 7-12). It provides an engaging scavenger hunt throughout the prison complex!
  • While there are no dining facilities within the penitentiary complex, there are several wonderful restaurants in the surrounding neighborhood. If you prefer to bring a bagged lunch, there are picnic tables (uncovered) on the penitentiary baseball field.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Gift Shop: Museum Store

Accessibility: Click here for information on accessibility.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Groups: Groups of 15 or more: Please contact Eastern State Penitentiary's group sales department at (215) 236-5111 x240 or grouptours@easternstate.org with the date and time they will be arriving for a self-guided audio tour. Please mention you have purchased tickets through CityPASS.

Please Touch Museum®

Tips:
  • Feel free to bring and push your stroller through the museum. You can also bring in outside food and drink.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Please Touch Café
  • Gift Shops: The Kids Shop

Accessibility: The entire museum is stroller and wheel chair accessible.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Museum of the American Revolution

Tips:
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Cross Keys Café
  • Gift Shops: Museum Shop

Best Time To Visit: Late morning and early afternoon.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Accessibility: The Museum of the American Revolution is committed to making its facilities, exhibits, and programs accessible for all audiences in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act (ADA). Please contact the Guest Services Department at 267-579-3596 Voice/TTY or info@amrevmuseum.org in advance of your visit for any special assistance you may need.

Groups: Groups of 10 or more: Please call the Box Office/Ticketing number ahead of your visit at (215) 253-6731.

Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial

Tips:
  • Wear comfortable shoes—you'll be walking the length of the ship and climbing and descending the steps, called ladders. And be sure to dress for the weather!
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: The Chowline
  • Gift Shops: Battleship Gift Shop

Best Time To Visit: Between 10am and 2pm.

Parking/Transportation : Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Accessibility : The Main Deck of the Battleship is wheelchair accessible.

Groups : Groups of 20 or more: Reserve your guided tour by calling (866) 877-6262 x144 or email groups@battleshipnewjersey.org.

Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University

Tips:
  • When you arrive, please request a map/guide that has 3 itineraries and fun facts.
  • Try the free audio tour!
  • You may leave belongings in the open coatroom (at your own risk). It's located opposite the entrance to the auditorium on the first level.
  • There are engaging exhibits and activities that are fun for kids of all ages. Don't miss Dinosaur Hall!
  • Please check ansp.org for special events and exhibits.
  • Don’t be shy. Talk to any of the educators located throughout the museum. All are extremely knowledgeable about our natural world.
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Academy Café
  • Gift Shops: Academy Shop

Best Time To Visit: Weekdays are usually less crowded than weekends. For a more quiet and relaxed visit, visit the Academy after 2pm.

Accessibility: Click here for information on accessibility.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

National Constitution Center

Tips:
  • For everything you need to know to plan your visit, click here.
Amenities:
  • Dining: Delegates’ Café and the Center's Starbucks (find current hours and information here)
  • Gift Shops: National Constitution Center Museum Store

Accessibility: The National Constitution Center is committed to making its facilities, exhibits, and programs accessible for all audiences. Please notify the National Constitution Center of any special needs you or a member of your group may have by calling 215-409-6700. Find more information here.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Groups: For information about group visits, please contact Group Sales at (215) 409-6800 or groupsales@constitutioncenter.org.

Barnes Foundation

Tips:
  • Stop in to watch “The Collector,” a free film providing insight into Dr. Albert Barnes and the ensembles, before entering the collection.
  • In addition to seeing the legendary Barnes collection, don’t miss the special exhibition currently on view.
  • Listen to a pop-up talk by a member of the Art Team in the collection.
  • Have lunch in the Barnes Foundation’s Garden Restaurant, and before you leave the museum, check out the artisanal gifts in the Barnes Shop.
  • Lightweight jackets and small bags are okay, but please check coats and any bags larger than 12x10 inches before entering the collection.
  • Note taking and sketching with graphite pencil is permitted using notebooks no larger than 9x12 inches. Please note: If the galleries are crowded, guests may be asked to stop sketching, writing, or taking photos in order to help maintain movement throughout the space.
  • Unless otherwise posted, The Barnes Foundation allows photography, but please no flash, tripods or selfie sticks.
  • Share your photos on social media using #BarnesFoundation.
Amenities:
  • Dining: The Garden Restaurant, Reflections Café, Canvas Coffee Bar
  • Gift Shops: The Barnes Shop

Accessiblity: Click here for information on accessibility.

Best Time To Visit: The best time to visit the Barnes Foundation is on weekdays or after 2pm on weekends. The most popular days are when school is not in session, such as holidays.

Parking/Transportation: Click here for information on parking, transportation and directions.

Groups: Groups should contact The Barnes Foundation preferably 48 hours prior to visiting, but at least 24 hours prior. Email groups@barnesfoundation.org or call (215) 278-7220 9am-5pm EST Monday-Fridaty.

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