Seville is the gorgeous capital of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. An absolutely beautiful city with a well balanced modern and traditional mix of cultures, Seville will win you over. In this 2 days in Seville Itinerary, we will show you how you can make the most of your visit, combining UNESCO Heritage sites, hidden gems and tons of food!
Seville, and Andalusia, in general, are characterized by Moorish architecture. The North African Moors, who were Islamic ruled over Andalusia from the 8th to 15th century and they left an indelible mark on the region’s architecture, food, and culture. So whether it is the Real Alcázar Palace in Seville or the Alhambra in Granada, and the La Mesquita in Cordoba – they all had Muslim origins.
This Islamic and Christian architectural and historical mix makes the region so interesting. And Seville being the capital deserves a visit.
Best 2 days in Seville Itinerary – What to see in Seville in 2 days
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Seville’s strategic position in the region and a blessed infrastructure makes it possible to travel from other cities and countries seamlessly.
The city is amazing as a base to explore other areas in Andalusia by taking day trips as well. So if you have more then 2 days in Seville, you can include day tour/s from the city to explore more.
Planning for Seville Itinerary 2 days
Arriving in Seville
Seville is well connected to all the major cities in Europe. You can fly, take a high-speed train or bus to reach Seville.
Seville Airport: Seville Airport connects the city to all the major destinations across the world. If you are traveling from Barcelona, take advantage of the low cost flights to travel to Seville in less than 2 hours. Flights start as low as $50 USD one way.
Seville airport is located about 11 kilometers from the city center. Options to get to the hotel or city center from Seville Airport are: –
- Bus: Public transportation is a cheaper option to reach the city center. It will take about 30 minutes to get to the center from the airport and it costs about 8 euros per person.
- Taxis: Pre-paid taxis are an efficient and comfortable way to get to the city center or hotel from the airport. It takes about 15-20 minutes to get to the city center. Prices start at $30 USD per group of 4. BOOK YOUR AIRPORT TAXI HERE
Trains in Seville:
Seville has good regional train connectivity. You can take a high speed train from Madrid to Seville. The train takes 3 hours one way to arrive in the city.
There are 2 major bus stations in Seville. Both stations are located in the city centre, making it quite accessible to reach other parts of the city. There are many restaurants and hotels located near the bus stations.
The two stations are Prado de San Sebastian bus station (for regional/Andalusian buses) and the Plaza de Armas bus station (other regions of Spain and Portugal).
We arrived in Seville via overnight bus from Lisbon Portugal and arrived at Plaza de Armas. Our hotel Hotel Madrid Seville was located close to the bus station and it was an easy walk to get to the sightseeing areas and tours.
Where to stay in Seville Itinerary 2 days?
We highly recommend staying near a central area for your 2 days in Seville. You will find tons of accommodation options here from budget to luxury hotels, resorts and Airbnb.
Here are some of the top places we recommend for hotels in Seville.
- Hotel Madrid Seville
- This is where we stayed.
- It is a 3+ star hotel located near the central area.
- The hotel was clean and the host was super helpful in suggesting to us things to see in Seville, maps, etc. Free wifi was provided. No breakfast.
- Book your stay here
- Hotel Meliá Sevilla
- Located near the historic city center, Hotel Meliá Sevilla offers amazing views of the Plaza Espanya
- It has stunning interiors and an outdoor rooftop pool.
- Book your stay here
- H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel
- Andalucian style boutique hotel.
- Near tram station and 15-minute walk from Seville Cathedral.
- Book your stay here
How to use this Seville Itinerary for 2 days?
Seville is not super huge. The major attraction of the city includes the 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and they can be easily explored within walking distance, once you get there.
However, a sightseeing bus tour will help you get to different neighborhoods of the city which is key to appreciating the unique things the city has to offer.
We highly recommend taking a hop on and hop off sightseeing bus tour. We took a 24 hour pass. Check out the tour here. You can also make it a 48 hour tour if you prefer to visit different area/s visit. Buy your city tour here.
You can use the day 1 Seville Itinerary activities to check out the prime attractions of the city and then on your second day in Seville explore a neighborhood and various World Fair pavilions (yea and the city has many of those!)
For all attractions: It is common to see long line-ups in front of popular attractions. We HIGHLY recommend booking tickets online for all the attractions in Seville. Well, that’s the reason you are reading this itinerary right? To plan ahead and avoid line-ups, especially during peak summer months. We went in September and the line ups were still there. We have added the individual tickets for all the attractions below. They will be highlighted as we mention them in this Seville itinerary.
One thing to remember is that each attraction ticket will have a date and time of entry, and you are expected to respect the entry time. In all the sightseeing sites, there were 2 lines – one for advance booking/online tickets and another one for buying tickets on the spot.
Day 1 of Seville Itinerary – Explore city highlights in one day in Seville
Start your day one in Seville itinerary by heading to a bar in the morning. That’s right. A café, a restaurant and a bar are all called bars. Order a coffee with milk, with a tomato toast or a ham and cheese sandwich before you begin exploring this beautiful city.
After breakfast, it is time to explore the first UNESCO Heritage site in Seville – the Royal Palace or the Real Alcazar Palace. If you have visited Barcelona or Madrid, you will be surprised to see what’s in store for you here!
Real Alcazar de Seville
The Real Alcazar Palace or Royal Alcázar of Seville was established in the 12th century by the Moors of Africa under the Almohad Caliphate. The Moors have been ruling over Seville for quite a few centuries – since 8th century to be exact. In the 13th century, the palace was occupied by the Catholic Kings of Spain, who made a few additions to the palace, but the central theme of the palace with gardens and a courtyard with fountains remained.
The interior complex of the palace is very huge. There are many small and big staterooms, with ornate decorations and jeweled doors. A couple of rooms also have art display in them. The garden of the Real Alcazar Palace is equally stunning with tiles (and see how I matched up).
The fountain-waterfall area is beautiful, but it will be slightly crowded as people wait to see or snap fishes in the pool!
Real Alcazar Palace is the MOST visited palace in Seville and it is very normal to see a long queue of people trying to get in. This is true for people who DIDN’T book tickets online. Wait time here was 20-30 minutes.
Security checking is also done inside the palace complex. It is recommended that you carry small backpacks or purses inside, bulky items may not be allowed. When you enter the palace compound after security, you can pick up your audio guide book ($7 euros extra if not included in the ticket).
We spent about 2+ hours at the palace and explored all the rooms and the beautiful gardens. If you are into photography, you will love this place – set aside extra time for that. The gardens are wonderful to just sit and relax. There were benches in the garden.
We found the audio guide helpful. You can also book a guided tour with a local who can share stories and history of the palace as well.
- Recommended time to spend: 2+ hours
- Location: Patio de Banderas, s/n, 41004 Sevilla
- Tickets: BOOK TICKETS TO THE ALCAZAR HERE
Seville Cathedral and Giralda Tower
Located very close to the Real Alcazar palace is the Seville Cathedral or Catedral de Sevilla. It is the largest cathedral in Europe. The cathedral is located on a huge complex and when we were there, they had 2 separate entrances. The ticket line-ups here were LONGER than the Royal Alcázar of Seville. We were the only ones who paid online and we just walked right in. No waiting. (Pro-tip: Get your tickets online here).
Catedral de Sevilla was built in the 9th century on the site of a mosque and hence many remnants of the Moorish past are still visible in the church’s architecture. As grand as the cathedral stands on the outside, the interiors are equally beautiful.
The ornate designs and the beautiful sculptures will take your breathe away. To be honest, I have not seen such a huge display of gold anywhere (not even in southern Indian temples, nope)
You can easily spend 1-2 hours here at the Seville Cathedral or Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See. The Cathedral is also the resting place of Christopher Columbus.
Inside the cathedral, there is a bell tower called the Giralda Tower. This ornate tower was believed to be a minaret of a mosque once upon a time. But the tower was so beautiful that the King Ferdinand let it stay and just made a few additions to the interiors to reflect a Christian church bell tower.
The Giralda tower is stunning from outside and you SHOULD (if you can) climb to reach the top for some stunning views of the city of Seville. The reason I said, ‘if you can’ is because there are no elevators and you have to climb 34 floors –one way to reach the stop. We did it and it’s not that bad, as it sounds. We say, try it!
If you don’t wish to take that leap, we get it. If you can get to the 12-14th floor, you will find platforms from where you can still get a view of the church complex and nearby areas. The steps are huge. And no, we didn’t experience any cramps after!
After the interiors, you can stroll around the beautiful Patio de los Naranjos. It is the main courtyard of the cathedral filled with 60+ orange trees.
- Recommended time to spend: 2+ hours
- Location: Av. de la Constitución, s/n, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
- Tickets: BOOK TICKETS TO THE SEVILLE CATHEDRAL AND GIRALDA TOWER
The third UNESCO heritage site of General Archives of Indies is located very close to the Seville Cathedral. It houses a wealth of archives about maritime history in Spain.
Santa Cruz Quarter
After 4+ hours of sightseeing, its time for lunch. You will find many restaurants in and around the palace and cathedral area for lunch. There are fast-food chains, ice cream parlors and local bars in the area. Or just walk over to Barrio Santa Cruz.
Barrio Santa Cruz was/is home to the Jewish Quarters, and this is where Jews lived and hid, when the Christian kings were in power. The area gets its name from a church named Santa Cruz church, which was built on the site of a ruined synagogue.
Santa Cruz quarter is characterized by narrow alleys and brightly colored houses. And it is super easy to get lost here, but also easy to find a way out at the same time.
We went in and wandered a bit (or got lost) and couldn’t locate the cathedral or the palace. Then we found a tour group and an information board which helped us, find the way.
This area along with the Royal Alcázar of Seville and the Seville Cathedral is very touristy. Today, Barrio Santa Cruz is surrounded by tapas bars, cafes, and many picturesque buildings.
Evenings in Seville – River Cruise and Tapas tour
It will be late afternoon or evening by the time you have explored the Jewish Quarters.
For the evening, you can either take a river cruise or go on a tapas food tour or both. People in Seville usually eat pretty late in the evening like 08:00 pm.
And their way of tapas is so different from what we experienced in Barcelona. We, therefore, recommend going on a tapas food tour to learn and do it the right way! We think you can combine both the cruise and a walking food tour if you prefer.
The river cruise will be for 1 hour or so and thereafter you can head to the city center, where generally most food tours begin. BOOK A RIVER CRUISE IN SEVILLE.
Tapas tour will last 3+ hours and they are done in a pretty relaxed way. You will be walking with a local guide and hopping from one bar to another. The tapas meal is small portions of all kinds of Andalusian delicacies and drinks! So that is your dinner – we did a Tapas tour and thoroughly enjoyed it. Read our guide to the best tapas in Seville Spain
Here are some tapas food tours that you might like
- Tapas and History tour > Here is a 3.50 hour walking food tour in some of the historic tapas bars in Seville. Book your tour here
- Tapas and Wine Tasting > Here is a 3 hour tapas and wine tasting tour. Book your tour here
- Flamenco and food tour > Here is a 3 hour food and flamenco show, with a lights tour in Seville. Click here to view more
Day 2 of Seville Itinerary – Bohemian neighborhoods and World Expo pavilions
On day 2 of your Seville Itinerary, we recommend taking the hop on and hop off sightseeing bus tour to explore a few neighborhoods and unfortunately, they are a little hard to get by walking.
This sightseeing bus tour has only one route and comes with 4 free guided walking tours and takes you to those sightseeing attractions that we didn’t cover on day one in Seville Itinerary. We used this bus tour and found it convenient. BOOK THE HOP ON AND HOP OFF BUS TOUR HERE
The hop on and hop off buses start at the Torre del Oro and it is near the same place from where you can take a river cruise. This square is an important one as the river splits the city to old and new. The newer part of Seville is a result of the Trade Expositions and developments associated with it. So it is worthwhile taking the bus tour to cover more ground.
Sightseeing Tours and Torre del Oro (Tower of Gold)
Sightseeing tours start at 10:00 am and if you are up early (and after a bar breakfast) you can explore the cruise terminal area. Torre del Oro or the Tower of Gold was a military watch tower, erected by the Almohad Caliphate to control access to Seville via the Guadalquivir river.
The tower houses a small naval museum today.
- Recommended time to spend: 1+ hours
- Location: Paseo de Cristóbal Colón, s/n, 41001 Sevilla, Spain
On one side of the Torre del Oro, the river Guadalquivir flows. And there is a huge promenade in front of it. That morning was amazing as we strolled along the river side. You will get an opportunity to admire and cross the bridges when you embark on your sightseeing tour to the other side of the river.
Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla
On the other side of the river promenade is a bullring arena called Plaza de Torre Seville (Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla). The Plaza de Torre Seville is a 12,000 seater bullring arena that has been featured in many well-known festivals.
The plaza is painted in bright yellow color and was built in Baroque style of architecture.
You can explore the plaza on a guided tour as well. BOOK 1 HOUR GUIDED TOUR OF PLAZA DE TORRE
La Macarena is the oldest neighborhood of Seville, and it is located on the north end of the city center. This area gets its character and name from the statue and image of Lady Macarena.
There is a church dedicated to the Virgin of Hope of Macarena.
Many buildings in La Macarena neighborhood are old and in a dilapidated condition, but they are nevertheless very colorful.
La Macarena was an important site since the Almohad Caliphate times and a gate was built to safeguard the neighborhood quarters. When the Christian rulers came to power with the Spanish Reconquista, the gate was demolished.
We do not recommend spending a lot of time here for your 2 days in Seville itinerary plan, but if you are on the hop on and hop on bus tour, you can take a peek at the church and the colorful lanes.
Metropol Parasol aka Incarnation’s mushrooms
Metropol Parasol is a wooden structure located at La Encarnación square. It is located in the old quarter of Seville and consists of an archaeological museum, rooftop walkway and viewpoint of the city.
If you are staying near the Seville center area as we did (we stayed at Hotel Madrid Seville), you can explore the Metropol Parasol on either day.
What is so unique about this place is the building’s characteristic waffle-mushroom like structure. The structure is beautiful to look at and you can also go up the mushroom for some city views (especially if you missed the Giralda tower views, here is your chance).
The locals lovingly call the building as Las Setas de la Encarnación (Incarnation’s mushrooms).
There are a lot of cafes and restaurants located near Metropol Parasol. Stop here for lunch, before you continue sightseeing.
Note: This area/structure is called the mushroom by locals. Also on various maps, you will see it marked as Antiquarian, Las Setas de la Encarnación, Metropol Parasol and they all take you to the same geographical spot – but mean different things within the periphery of the structure.
Plaza de Espana
If you are taking the sightseeing tour, you can use that to get down at the Plaza de Espana next. The Plaza de Espana was a plaza built for the 1929 Ibero-American exposition. The designer of the Plaza de Espanya –Caidon Fox – wanted to combine the uniqueness of Seville’s past and its glorious architecture to create this one-of-a-kind masterpiece.
The designer called it the “local or regional architecture” of Seville Spain and rightly so, it is hard to define the designs used here – you have to see it for yourself to appreciate its beauty.
The plaza is located in the Parque María Luisa or Maria Luisa Park, which was re-designed for the 1929 expo by Jean-Claude Nicolas Forestier. Almost the entire southern part of the city was re-developed for the grand exposition.
The Plaza de España complex comprises of many beautiful structures and edifices in a mix of Moorish, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The main structure is filled with staterooms, which houses administrative offices and a small museum today. The exterior is decorated with stunning tiles like a book shelf – depicting each of the 52 states of the Andalusian region (known as Provincial Alcoves).
The grand structure is adorned by 2 towers like minarets on each side. Right in the center of the plaza is a gorgeous bridge, again styled with tiles. A river canal flows through it, making the entire complex very picturesque. You can go on a romantic gondola ride here.
The Plaza de España is SO SO stunning that you can easily spend a few hours here. It is a photographer’s paradise. To admire the entire plaza complex, you can also take a horse-drawn carriage ride, available right in front of the Plaza de Espana.
It is completely free to enter the plaza and spend your time here (walking, photographing posing, whatever you fancy). To explore the museums inside or take a gondola or carriage ride, it is additional. And you have to pay on-site.
Recommended time to spend: 2+ hours
Location: Av de Isabel la Católica, 41004 Sevilla, Spain
Tickets: Free to explore the exteriors.
Triana – the bohemian quarter of Seville
Triana is the bohemian neighborhood of Seville. Known as the birthplace of flamenco, you can expect to see tons of colorful houses and quarters here.
Triana is located on the west bank of the Guadalquivir river and the Puente de Isabel II or Triana Bridge connects Seville to Triana. This neighborhood played an important role as a strategic military fort since the Almohad Caliphate times.
From the Triana Bridge, as you make your way into the heart of the neighborhood, you will pass by a pedestrian street and into Altozano Square. Altozano Square is the central square of the neighborhood and is dedicated to the renowned bullfighter – Juan Belmonte.
Triana was home to the Castle of San Jorge that once upon a time, stood on the west bank of the Guadalquivir river (and the Torre del Oro on the other bank).
So this medieval fortress – Castle of San Jorge – was demolished by the Castile rulers and turned into a food market. You can visit the underground museum today to see the origins of the Castle of San Jorge. The museum is called Museo Del Castillo De San Jorge (open from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm weekdays).
Triana is less touristy than the Santa Cruz Quarters or Seville center. It is still an offbeat place to wander around and explore a different area of Seville. We recommend visiting Triana in the late afternoon hours so that you grab a quick snack or one round of tapa and then just enjoy the lovely lanes and the river views.
Watch a flamenco show in the evening
In the evening, you can watch a flamenco show in the Triana neighborhood. Triana, in the past was a meeting point of sailors, artisans and flamenco dancers and that’s what gives this neighborhood a unique (and a strong) cultural vibe.
Optional 3 days in Seville Itinerary
If you have additional time in Seville, we recommend venturing out of the city and exploring other areas. Seville is located in such an amazing spot that it makes day trips to a lot of places (that includes Africa as well) very easy and convenient. We love taking day tours and Seville was not different.
We will highlight 5 of our favorites here for three days in Seville itinerary ideas.
- Gibraltar – Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory. I am sure you must have heard or read about the Strait of Gibraltar or the rock of Gibraltar. This territory is located on a rock and the base near the rock.
- Only 2 airlines are permitted to fly there. But traveling from Seville makes it super easy to explore this British territory.
- So if you wish to eat some fish and chips, play with monkeys and go on a shopping spree – head to Gibraltar on a day trip.
- Here is a tour we recommend – BOOK DAY TOUR TO GIBRALTAR
- Tangier Morocco – There are many ways of getting to Morocco, but if you want to test and see if Morocco is your destination then taking a day tour from Seville might be helpful. Read: Things to do in Tangier
- We took this tour but ended up staying in Tangier for 2 nights after (and then continued with our Morocco plans). This tour will guide you through the ferry journey and immigration and will also walk you through the medina.
- We thought the tour was nicely done with medina, cuisine, and beaches, we think they were able to pack everything neatly into a day. This tour is a full day affair so you will arrive late into Seville.
- BOOK SEVILLE TO MOROCCO DAY TOUR
- Ronda Spain – There are other cities in Andalusia that are pretty amazing like Cordoba, but some of the sightseeing attractions there might be similar to Seville, so if you only have a day and wish to include a variety of sites – head to Ronda.
- This day trip will also be very relaxing as it is located only 1.50 hours away from Seville.
- Ronda’s history and the landscape is very unique. In short, a deep gorge splits the town of Ronda and a beautiful rock bridge connects it, making for those deep mysteries legends and stories of the land.
- Here is a day tour from Seville to Ronda.
- Granada Spain – Granada is home to the largest Alhambra Palace and if you LOVE Moorish castle, then add this to your bucket list.
- Granada is a convenient day trip or day tour option, located only 1.50 hours away from Seville.
- The primary attraction is the Alhambra Palace and the old town area.
- BOOK DAY TOUR TO GRANADA FROM SEVILLE
- Roman Ruins of Italica – The Roam ruins of Italica are perfect for a half day tour.
- The largest amphitheaters here were featured in Games of Thrones.
- BOOK THIS DAY TOUR TO THE ROMAN RUINS HERE
Additional Guided Tours for Seville Itinerary 2 days
Seville’s unique history and culture can be experienced by taking a guided tour with locals. These tours are for 2-3 hours in duration. We have already highlighted some of the key tours like tapas, flamenco and sightseeing tours above, with skip-the-line tickets for prime attractions.
In this section, we will cover some of the offbeat tours that you may like –
- Game of Thrones Tour – For all GoT lovers out there, you will this Seville Game of Thrones tour fascinating. Check out the guided tour here
- Las Dueñas Palace, Hospital de la Caridad, and Casa de Salinas tour – Visit the Las Dueñas Palace, Hospital de la Caridad, and Casa de Salinas with this entry ticket to all sites. We couldn’t explore this but heard its pretty cool with 1500 exhibitions of Andalusian art. Here is the access ticket, valid for 180 days.
- 2–Hour Guadalquivir River Kayaking Tour – Book this fun kayaking tour here
- Horse Carriage Tour across Seville – A royal way to see Seville via horse-drawn carriage, with hotel pick up. Check out the tour here
- Bike tour across town – This bike tour takes you to various attractions in Seville in a fun and unique way. Book this bike tour to historical sites here
Map for Seville Itinerary 2 days
Here is a map of all the major attractions in Seville. For a more in-depth list – refer to our What to see in Seville guide
Travel tips for Seville in 2 days
We hope the above 2 days in Seville itinerary ideas have got you excited. Here are some essential travel tips to keep in mind for Seville.
Travel Documents – Seville in 2 days
Seville is located in southern Spain, Europe. If you possess an EU, US or Canadian passport – no visa is required. For US and Canadian travelers, you can stay in Spain for up to 90 days visa-free.
From 2021, eTIAS – an online travel authorization is required to travel to and land in Spain and other European countries. ETIAS is not a visa, but an entry authorization and can be applied online.
If you are traveling from non visa-exempt countries, you have to apply for Schengen visa ahead of time, to travel to Spain. Here is a detailed guide to application for Schengen visas.
Keep in mind, Gibraltar and Morocco day trip options will not work out with Schengen visa, you will have to apply for individual visas for those countries, as they are not a part of the Schengen agreement.
Currency & credit cards
Euros are widely used all over Spain and Seville is no different. Credit cards are accepted everywhere.
Solo travel and tourist safety – Seville Itinerary 2 days
Seville is extremely safe for all travelers, whether you are traveling solo, as a couple or with friends and family (as a group). When we arrived in Seville, it was 05:50 am and it was safe to walk down (while we were trying to locate our hotel). We also walked back to our hotel at 11:00 pm after a food tour and it was safe.
We also found that pickpocket incidences were very rare. If you are traveling from Barcelona to Seville, you will notice how carefree you become in Andalucía.
Budget for 2 day Seville Itinerary
Seville is not super expensive. Food and drinks are pretty affordable. Beer and one round of tapa starts as low as 5 euros. Same price range for breakfast of coffee and toast/sandwich. Accommodation options are varied from low cost to luxury hotels. A 3 star hotel room rates start at $90 USD, when booked 2 months in advance.
For a 2 day trip with hotels, food and tour – $510-600 USD per person. It is less expensive then Barcelona and other major European cities. To save money a Seville city pass is a way to go, if you are staying in a hotel away from the center. But if it is within walkable distance, utilize the hop on and hop off buses to check out all the attractions the city has to offer, in less time.
What to pack for Seville and One important item
Seville gets a lot of sunny days and can get quite hot in the summertime. Cotton and airy clothing are the way to go.
Wear comfortable walking shoes – they are a MUST. Here is what I wore in Seville – Sketchers shoes > buy them here
Here are some items you must carry –
- 1 pair of comfortable walking shoes.
- 2-3 pairs of blouses/shirts, 1-2 pairs of pant,
- 1 -2 dresses (flowy and short),
- hand sanitizer,
- travel size perfume,
- day pack,
- and undergarments.
The MUST include item when you are on the go is tissue paper. We found that many public washrooms were not properly equipped with toilet paper or soap.
Knowledge of Spanish helps
Although we didn’t face any trouble navigating or getting by in Seville without knowing Spanish, it certainly helps if you know the language. Menu items were mostly written in Spanish and many times we just played ‘eni, mini, maina, moh’ to place an order, and were happy with what we ordered.
Some restaurants had menu items in both English and Spanish.
A lot of hand gestures to understand the directions and everything else. The guided tour operators all spoke good English, so we’re able to flex their brains with our nerdy questions. Download a free translator app – it will be handy.
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