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This is our collection of more than 2000 pictures from 180 Ghost Towns, mining camps and historic places in the United States.
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Visit Goldwell Open Air Museum
From the eclectic to the modern, the bizarre and whimsical, you can walk around an outdoor sculpture garden between the Ghost Town of Rhyolite and the Amargosa Valley below. These desert scenery frames these artworks perfectly.
Located on 7.8 private acres, the sculpture park is free to the public.
The nonprofit museum was organized in the year 2000 after the death of Albert Szukalski , the Belgian artist who created sculptures here in 1984.
The Last Supper (1984) consists of life-sized human forms arranged after the Italian Renaissance painting The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci . Szukalski molded his shapes by draping plaster-soaked burlap over live models until the plaster dried enough to stand on its own.
Detail of The Last Supper .
In the early 1980s, a renowned Belgian artist, Charles Albert Szukalski, visited the Beatty, Nevada area and was captivated by the surrounding desert beauty.
So, he decided to stay awhile. In 1984, he relocated to Beatty and began exploring his new home. In particular, he was drawn to the ghost town of Rhyolite, located about four miles west of Beatty.
The Mojave Desert forms the backdrop to the sculpture--and is vital to the art and intention of Szukalski .
Szukalski later said that the setting reminded him of the lands in the Middle East during the time of Jesus Christ. He enlisted local residents to pose in sheets, which he covered with hundreds of pounds of plaster.
The Nevada gateway to Death Valley National Park is still. If you stop your car, the only sound you hear is the breeze clearing the valley floor or your feet crunching the gravel as you walk.
You can squint your eyes in the sunlight and look miles across the valley. It's vast, arid and empty.
For Charles Albert Szukalski, the late Belgian artist who spent a decade creating art there, it was inspiring.
The Last Supper, The Artist, and a more recent spiral maze at Goldwell Open Air Museum.
Albert was attracted to the Mojave Desert for many reasons, not the least of which was the Mojave's resemblance to the deserts of the Middle East. To construct a modern day representation of Christ's Last Supper, especially so close to Death Valley (where he originally wanted it sited), is eerily appropriate.
Working essentially from Leonardo Da Vinci's fresco of the Last Supper within the desert environment, Szukalski succeeded in blending the two disparate elements into a unified whole. Maintaining the staging of the figures in Leonardo's work and placing it in the American Southwest allowed the artist to meld Western Artistic tradition with the vast landscape of the New World.
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Since then, other artists have added new sculptures, each in its own way showcasing the arid landscape and stark desert vistas.
The Bycyclist and Sghorty Harris metal sculpture.
The Artist looking out over the Amargosa Valley desert.
The artist. The desert view is integral to the art here. This viewscape is threatened with several large-scale solar project applications on public lands-- see more on threats to the Rhyolite area .
The Artist. The Ghost Town of Rhyolite is in the background.
Some young travelors and visitors like to get away from the all-pervasive digital world and take Polaroid photos to hand out to people. At Rhyolite Ghost Town.
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A lakeside California town lay desolate after ecological disaster killed its fish and drove away residents. But through art, life found a way back.
- After ecological disaster struck a California town in the 1970s, locals abandoned it in droves.
- Severe flooding and dead fish turned a once thriving seaside community into a ghost town.
- But through art, the town, which is now home to just 231 residents, has been reborn.
Out in the desert of California lies a town that was left almost entirely empty for decades.
Most of the residents of this town – known as Bombay Beach – abandoned it in the 1970s after a series of ecological disasters rendered nearly inhospitable.
Before then, it would be safe to say that Bombay Beach was thriving. Established in the early 1920s, the town is nestled on the shore of the Salton Sea , a body of water created by accident at the beginning of the 20th century when the Colorado River irrigation system flooded the area. Masses began flocking to Bombay Beach to enjoy all that its pristine shoreline had to offer.
The golden years were not to last. After experiencing devastating floods and rising salt levels slowly killing off its marine life, Bombay Beach became more or less of a ghost town , a shadow of its idyllic past.
But that's not where this story ends. In the early 2010s, life found a way back to Bombay Beach – thanks to the arts. Here's a closer look at the remarkable ghost town that has evolved from an apocalyptic-like wasteland to a piece of art in itself.
Bombay Beach is a town located on the shores of southern California's Salton Sea, created in 1905 when canals directing water from the Colorado River burst.
Located 223 feet below sea level, Bombay Beach entered its golden years in the mid-1900s when tourists would arrive in droves to the idyllic town built by a desert oasis.
Source: Bombay Beach Arts and Culture
In its heyday, Bombay Beach was said to have welcomed up to half of million visitors each year. Those who came enjoyed activities such as water skiing, fishing, and yachting.
It was so popular that even a few famous faces – Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, and Sonny Bono, to name a few – were spotted there.
Source: Los Angeles Magazine
But that all ended in the 1970s after a series of natural disasters rendered the landscape nearly inhospitable.
Flooding caused by Hurricane Kathleen in 1976 meant businesses located closest to the shoreline in Bombay Beach were shuttered. Residents who lived in houses close to the water were also forced to relocate.
Though some homes and establishments were salvaged, others were left to rot away in the floodwater and ultimately collapsed into the sea.
At the same time, residents were dealing with the knock-on effects of the level of salt rising in the sea caused by water evaporation.
Source: Salton Sea
This included fish species that had once thrived in the lake dying out.
As temperatures rose in the summers, the bleak conditions were exasperated by algae blooms that caused millions of fish to wash up dead on the shores of the Salton Sea.
Source: Bombay Beach Arts & Culture
Unsurprisingly, the smell of the dead fish didn't make visiting Bombay Beach the most inviting idea anymore.
It also had consequences for migrating birds – a huge number died after contracting avian botulism from eating rotten fish in the 1990s and early 2000s.
Source: CNBC, Los Angeles Times
But even though the Salton Sea is still in the midst of an ecological disaster, life has somehow found a way back to Bombay Beach.
Around 230 people still live in town. In the early 2010s, they started sharing it with groups of creatives who showed up to Bombay Beach to produce art there.
In 2015, director Tao Ruspoli co-founded the Bombay Beach Biennale – an annual art celebration where artists transform the remains of the town into quirky installations.
According to the festival's official guidance, the Bombay Beach Biennale is a "tool to amplify the largely unknown and ignored ecological crisis that is the Salton Sea."
Some of the most impressive art installations in recent years include an array of colorful painted televisions of all sizes placed around a disheveled trailer.
Other pieces have referenced Bombay Beach's golden years and called attention to how the ecological disaster has transformed the landscape.
Ruspoli said the smell of dead fish may have been "unbearable" for most of the old residents, but it hasn't deterred "eccentrics" from staying and like-minded artists from joining them each year.
Source: "Life is a Festival" podcast
Whether they're longtime residents or recent arrivals, Bombay Beach locals have made clear it's no longer a ghost town. "We live here. Be respectful," the Biennale's guidelines read. "Even lots that may look abandoned, belong to people who care about them."
Source: Bombay Beach Biennale
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Top 13 places in Russia where you may face a ghost
1. Kusovnikov House in Moscow
In the 19 th century house № 17 on Myasnitskaya street in central Moscow was inhabited by a rich, but very greedy couple – Pyotr and Sofya Kusovnikov, who scrimped on almost everything. Extremely suspicious, they used to hide money from their servants in different places. Once they hid some in the fireplace, but the janitor accidentally burned it when lighting the fire. When she found out, Sofya died instantly of a broken heart, her husband passed away a little later. Since then, the ghost of a hunched old man in a coat has routinely appeared on the street near the house – this is Pyotr Kusovnikov mourning his lost money.
2. Sokol metro station
During WWI, not far from the modern Sokol station of the Moscow metro, a cemetery for fallen soldiers was located. In 1918, mass executions of White officers and priests by the Reds were held there. All this led to the appearance of ghosts in the dark tunnels of the station. Early in the morning diaphanous figures with festering wounds can be seen there.
3. St. Michael’s Castle in St. Petersburg
This castle was a royal residence built by order of Tsar Paul I. On March 21, 1801, he was killed there by a group of conspirators. It is considered that the restless spirit of the tsar was unable to leave the castle. It appears there in the corridors with a burning candle in its hand.
4. Znamenskaya Tower in Yaroslavl
During the Civil War in Russia (1917-1922), a group of White troops held positions in the Volkovsky theater in Yaroslavl. The Red commissar in command of the siege promised to spare their lives. However, he lied and all the Whites were executed at the Znamenskaya Tower. Since then, the ghost of the commissar who didn’t keep his promise has been seen at the place of his crime.
5. Igumnov House in Moscow
The house at 43 Bolshaya Yakimanka Street in Moscow, also known as “Igumnov House,” serves today as the residence of the French ambassador. It was built at the request of the industrialist Nikolay Igumnov in the late 19 th century. He settled his young mistress here, but one day caught her with a lover. The lover was kicked out, but the girl was never seen again. It is believed that the outraged Igumnov bricked her up in a wall. During Soviet times, people often saw the ghost of a young girl walking through the walls with deep, plaintive sighs.
6. House of Rasputin in St. Petersburg
The flat on the second floor at 64 Gorokhovaya street in St. Petersburg is today a usual residential apartment. However, in the early 20th century it was home to one of the most mystical figures in Russian history – Grigory Rasputin. His ghost sometimes appears here, scaring inhabitants with its clunking steps and grunting in dark corners.
7. House on the Embankment
This house at 2 Serafimovicha Street, simply known as “House on Embankment,” is among the most famous in the Russian capital, known as the place of residence for the Soviet crème de la crème : writers, artists, actors, generals, athletes. However, it also has a dark history. During the Great Purge, a campaign of political repressions in the USSR, dozens of the house’s inhabitants were arrested and executed. Today, the house is full of the ghosts of those victims, who sometimes appear in their old dwelling place.
8. Tower of the old hospital in Ryazan
Among the high-rise modern buildings at 15 Gorky Street in Ryazan is an old tower – all that remains of the old hospital. At night, a lonely dark figure can be seen walking in this tower. This is the ghost of Alexander Smitten, who administered the hospital more than a century ago.
9. Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg
During a misty night in March, one can see the ghost of a young girl near the Griboyedov Canal in St. Petersburg. Her face is blue because of asphyxiation, and there is a big red mark on her neck caused by a rope. This is famous revolutionary Sophia Perovskaya, who assassinated Tsar Alexander II and was hanged for her deed. To meet this ghost is a bad omen, and can cost nocturnal pedestrians their lives.
10. Nizhny Novgorod Kremlin
There is a legend that when the Kremlin in Nizhny Novgorod was being built, the constructors were unable to finish one of the towers. It kept falling down. In the end, they decided to make a sacrifice and to build the tower on the blood of the first person who passed by. It happened to be a pregnant woman hurrying to the river for water. She was seized and bricked up in the tower alive. The ghost of a pale woman holding a baby has appeared near this place ever since.
11. Oldenburg Palace near Voronezh
Built in the late 19th century, the palace belonged to Princess Eugenia of Leuchtenberg. Today her ghost rises from the deep casemates of the palace to wander through its rooms and corridors. There is also another ghost there, much older — the ghost of a young peasant girl. It is even said that Princess Eugenia saw it when she was alive.
12. Stalin’s country house near Sochi
Stalin’s ghost can be seen at his country house, located today within the Green Groove hotel near Sochi. The “father of the nations” walks in his white jacket, smoking his trademark pipe.
13. Psychiatric hospital near Nizhny Novgorod
Near the modern psychiatric hospital in the village of Lyakhovo near Nizhny Novgorod, one can see an abandoned old building. Several dozen years ago a young girl hanged herself there because of unrequited love. At night it is possible to see a white silhouette and hear the moaning and cries of the “love-stricken schoolgirl” as the locals call her.
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The Agony and Determination of Sderot
By Alon Davidi
Mr. Davidi is the mayor of Sderot, Israel.
Until the morning of Oct. 7, the town of Sderot in southern Israel was a parable of hope and success. Less than a mile from the Gaza border, it emerged a few years after the 1948 Arab-Israeli war as a haven for Jewish refugees fleeing antisemitic persecution — from North Africa, Kurdish lands, Ethiopia and the former Soviet Union. I am a second-generation Israeli; my parents found refuge in Israel from Iran.
Those people forged a city brimming with cultural richness, industrial vitality and a spirit of coexistence.
The trials of those who built Sderot were indeed traumatic but did not define them. The city’s residents devoted themselves to moving on and forging a flourishing future built on educating the next generation.
Our path was never easy, especially after Israel’s withdrawal from Gaza in 2005, which marked the beginning of a never-ending struggle for Sderot’s residents. Rocket attacks from Gaza-based terrorist groups became the new normal. Air raid sirens and rushed trips to bomb shelters invaded our days and nights. Over the years, 10 of our residents were killed. The children of Sderot grew up in an atmosphere of perpetual danger. The continuous state of fear led to widespread anxiety and trauma.
Despite these challenges, Sderot displayed resilience. We not only endured these threats but we also flourished, even attracting new residents inspired by our survival and success.
Our experience was also part of a larger narrative of suffering on both sides of the border at the hands of the brutal Hamas terrorist group. Along with Sderot and the surrounding region, Gaza’s more than two million residents have been subject since 2007 to the authoritarian rule of Hamas. Their overlords, some of whom took up residence in Qatar and elsewhere, didn’t seem to care much when their hostility toward Israel resulted in wars and economic hardship for their own people.
Nevertheless, the Israeli government, alongside municipalities from our region, tried to help Gazans where we could, embarking on projects to ease those hardships. These initiatives included offering job opportunities in agriculture and industry within Israel and a proposed, but unrealized, industrial zone aimed at providing jobs for thousands of Gazan residents.
Everything changed on Oct. 7. Nothing in our history could have prepared us for that day, when Hamas launched an unprecedented assault against the population of Israel, killing about 1,200 Israelis and foreign nationals in a brutal rampage that included taking about 240 hostages back to Gaza and systematic sexual assaults.
Our region was devastated. My friend and colleague Ofir Libstein , the head of the Sha’ar HaNegev Regional Council, who spearheaded the industrial zone project, was slain defending his town , Kfar Aza. Sderot lost at least 50 people, including eight members of our police department who died that day trying to protect our city.
As Israel fought to recover control of the area and as Hamas rocket attacks on southern Israel intensified, my administration and I were faced with the gut-wrenching decision to evacuate our city and its 36,000 inhabitants. In just a few days, we relocated men, women and children to shelters all over Israel. Some 6,000 residents remain amid an excruciating silence, punctured by still-recurring alerts for Hamas rockets overhead.
As mayor, I face an overwhelming task while forced to work out of a hotel in Jerusalem: ensuring the provision of essential public services like education, after-school programs and social services for our city’s residents at 110 locations across the nation. We made sure that Sderot’s children continued to be taught by teachers they already knew and trusted.
Apart from the logistical ordeals, the emotional cost of this displacement was huge and is growing. The tragedy has reopened wounds of our families’ collective displacement and loss, a pain seared all too well into residents’ consciousness. Once again, they were forced out of their homes simply for being Jewish.
Sderot became a ghost town, with most small businesses shuttered. Yet in an example of our resilience, some factories and businesses in Sderot continued to operate , producing mattresses, auto parts and other goods. The volunteer efforts that have sprung up among our people, offering food, medicine and psychological care, are powerful demonstrations of our strength, compassion and unity.
What sustains us through these difficult times is the hope that Oct. 7 was a turning point, igniting global awareness of the need to end the Hamas nightmare. As mayor, I am committed to ensuring the safety of my people and will not allow them to return to the site of such trauma without guarantees of basic security.
It is undeniable that this war has brought a heavy cost to both sides. We trust the Israel Defense Forces’ commitment to minimizing civilian casualties and safeguarding our soldiers and hostages, but even the most ethical and advanced military cannot avoid tragic outcomes when facing an enemy that uses its own people as human shields.
The world must understand that Israel’s fight is existential, that we will not cease until the Hamas threat is eradicated. The collective memory of Sderot’s people as refugees, the roots they planted and the homes they built are powerful testaments to our existence — we have no place else to go.
Equally important is our commitment to rescue the hostages languishing in captivity in Gaza — 136 , although two dozen are presumed dead — including Sderot’s Michel Nisenbaum, who was abducted while trying to save his granddaughter from the Hamas onslaught.
As we move forward, I urge the world to recognize our agony and resolve to ensure it is never repeated. Our community has suffered immensely, and it’s time to guarantee us the basic security that every human being deserves.
Let us uphold the dreams of the refugees who built Sderot, to build better lives for themselves and for their children. We hope for the same for Gazans, who must also recognize that the people of Sderot will not bow to adversity. Conflicts end once we all recognize each other’s humanity and strive to uphold it.
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Namhae South Korea October 29 2020 Traditional architectural style roof in the afternoon
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October 27, 2022: Bo-kaap, historical colorful center of cape malay culture, cape town, south africa, africa
Two little kids celebrating Halloween at home kitchen. Small children brother and sister siblings cutting decorating house with pumpkin.
Da Lat, Vietnam - October 31, 2022 : Hang Nga Crazy House
Mount Angel, Oregon, USA - September 30th, 2022: Private house Halloween spooky decoration
Potosi, Bolivia - 22 October 2011: View of people in Potosi, a small town in the southern highlands of Bolivia.
aswan, egypt. 16th october, 2021: colorful nubian village in aswan, egypt
VARANASI, INDIA - OCTOBER 6, 2019: Old man with terminal illnesses at Mukti Bhawan, Indian death hotels
MARRAKESH, MOROCCO - OCTOBER 30, 2019: Medina and zoco detail streets in Marrakesh
Rhode Island, United States-October 30, 2022: Ocean front walk with the background of Coast guard house and The towers Narragansett
Zambujeira do Mar, Portugal- October 20, 2022: Beautiful narrow streets, whitewashed houses in Alentejo coast, Portugal
SHARJAH, UAE - OCTOBER 10, 2016: A traditional villa building in Sharjah with arabic architecture
Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea - October 1, 2021: Summer view of door and tile roof of Byeongsan Seowon
Nice, France - October 18, 2023: Facades of the Nice Opera House
Halloween night lights decorating house with undead human skeletons climbing on walls.
October 1, 2016: Sydney Architecture. Tourism Australia. Opera House. Sydney Buildings. Welcome to Sydney. Vector illustration
ISTANBUL, TURKEY, OCTOBER 24, 2021: Exterior view of newly constructed Ataturk Kultur Merkezi (Culture Center), a multi-purpose cultural center and opera house, but an icon of Istanbul.
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, October 24 2021. Strijp S during Dutch Design Week with green sustainable houses built with natural ecological materials. Future housing concept with innovative techniques.
View of A.N. Yakunchikova House - House of Culture named after Volodarsky from Isaakievskaya Square, built in 1850-1851, landmark: St. Petersburg, Russia - 07 October, 2022
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - OCTOBER 28, 2022: View of the North Atlantic House cultural center in Copenhagen.
Hampi, Karnakata, India - October 2022: Young Indian woman holding her son in arms, looking at the camera, sitting outside their house in India.
Wernigerode, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany, 29 October 2022: representative chateau or castle interiors, dining room with long table and gilded porcelain dishes, plates and glasses, golden candelabra
Mexico City, Mexico; October 03 2022: View from the street to the Casa de las Brujas in Condesa.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, October 01 2022. Al Masmak Palace 1895 is a clay and mud-brick citadel that witnessed the birth of a kingdom, In 1902 King Abdulaziz captured the fortress - courtyard
AL JUMAIL, QATAR- October 20, 2010:AL JUMAIL, QATAR- October 20, 2010:Young Qatari boys play football in front of the Al Jumail Village. Ruined ancient old Arab pearling and fishing village Al Jumail
Bordeaux, France. October 29, 2019. Morning street of the ancient city with tram tracks, hurrying pedestrians and a view of the beautiful cathedral in the fog.
Plainview, Minnesota USA October 11, 2022 Beautiful brick house with a lovely balcony and porch in Plainview, Minnesota USA.
Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea - October 1, 2021: Summer view a tree with floor and door of Byeongsan Seowon
Midyat, Turkey - October 18, 2021: Famous Midyat Guest House in Midyat city, Mardin province, Turkey. Traditional architecture of the Midyat Konuk Evi building at sunny day.
Chawton, Hampshire; October 4, 2022 - An exterior view of Jane Austens house in Chawton, Hampshire, Uk.
Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea - October 1, 2021: Summer view of window door and floor with wood pillar of Mandaeru Pavilion at Byeongsan Seowon
House Night Decorations during Thanksgiving Holiday
Dublin, Ireland - October 13, 2023: Neoclassical façade of Parliament House, since 1803 has housed the Bank of Ireland, in College Green, Dublin city center, Ireland
Rhode Island, United States-October 30, 2022: ocean front walk with the background of Coast guard house and The towers Narragansett
Nice, France - October 18, 2023: A narrow street with red houses with shutters
Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA - October 31, 2022: Bronze sculpture of Native American woman with baby at the Roland Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Indian Arts an Culture
Tokyo Japan - October 23,2023: Tokyo National Museum that houses the largest collection of national treasures and important cultural items in the country.
AMSTERDAM, HOLLAND / NETHERLANDS - OCTOBER 2 2019 : indicative sign that states that the house of Anne Frank stands nearby in amsterdam
Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan, India- October 17 2019: A view of farm labor house in village area of sri ganganagar
The Portuguese Riviera, Portugal - October 22, 2020 - Architecture of the Portuguese Riviera, known also as Estoril Coast “Costa do Estoril” or the Sun Coast “Costa do Sol” on October 22nd, 2020
Amsterdam, Netherlands, 28 October 2023: Famous houses in city of Amsterdam. Typical Dutch houses with colorful facades. Dancing houses by river canal in city centre. Historical buildings.
Gothic style Victorian mansion house. Tudor Gothic Mansion elevation detail of stonework - Margam castle. Margam Country Park, Margam, Port Talbot, South Wales, United Kingdom - 15th of October 2022
Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea - October 12, 2022: Night view of window door and traditional Korean lanterns under eaves of a tiled house at Suwon Traditional Culture Center
Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, October 2022 - External view of Rio Negro Palace
Athens, Georgia - October 10, 2021: An audience sits around a porch concert by Kate Morrisey at a house in the Boulevard District during Porchfest, a celebration of the city’s historic neighborhoods.
CHONGQING,CHINA-OCTOBER 15,2019: Hongyadong complex in the shape of a large ancient building. Inside, there are shops, restaurants, hotels, souvenir shops, etc. And good view point
Fall in New England, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Mexico City, Mexico; October 05 2021: witch house on a cloudy day.
Tahiche, Lanzarote island, Spain, October, 18, 2022; Cesar Manrique Foundation
03 October 2023, Sofia, Bulgaria: The National Assembly House, a cultural and political attraction.
Burlington, ON, Canada - October 27, 2021: House with Halloween decoration at night in Burlington, some days before the Halloween.
Moscow - October 11 ,2021: The House of the People's Commissariat of Finance , an architectural monument of the Soviet avant-garde and constructivism , designed by architect Moisei Ginzburg. Narkomfin
Kota Bunga, Cianjur, Indonesia - October, 2022 : Hanok is an architectural term describing Korean traditional houses, also referred as Chosun houses. Hanok is typically located with mountain in back.
Our father's quarry, our stone house in Akçaabat Kuruçam Village, surrounded by berry, mulberry, fig and walnut trees.
Tangier, Morocco. October 15th, 2022 - Night view of Tangier Bay, roofs of houses in the center of the medina and lights on the Malabata coast in the background
Old city center, beautiful houses. Interesting textures. Greed wooden doors, red flowers in pots. Cobblestone road. High quality photo
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