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    Tallinn – a brief overview

    With its pretty cobbled streets and colourful houses, Tallinn’s serene mien belies a troubled history that has seen successive waves of invaders sweep through. The result of all the upheaval is a hotchpotch of architectural styles, some seriously formidable fortresses and a cosmopolitan outlook that has

    turned the city into one of the friendliest in the Baltic. Less than 23 years after Estonia became independent, Tallinn has built a reputation for being one of Europe’s most optimistic places and has the nightlife, restaurant scene and vibrant culture to match.

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    Kuma

    Weizenbergi 34
    10127 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 602 6001
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1100-1800 (May-Sep)
    Wed-Sun 1100-1800 (Oct-Apr)

    Set in a futuristic Finnish-designed complex, Tallinn’s art museum contains Estonian treasures dating from the 18th century to present day, as well as some unusual pieces of work created during the Soviet era.

    Dome Church

    Toom-Kooli 6
    10130 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 644 4140
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0930-1630

    It might have a blinding white paint job but Tallinn’s Dome Church actually dates from 1233 and was once the main worship spot for Estonia’s German-born nobles. The 69m (226ft) bell tower is open to the public and offers stunning views of the city.

    Paks Margareeta

    Pikk 70
    10133 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 641 1408
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1000-1800

    Paks Margareeta, or Fat Margaret Tower, was once, along with the neighbouring Great Coastal Gate, the centrepiece of Tallinn’s seaborne defences. Now a maritime museum, climb to the top for a picture-perfect view of the city harbour.

    Luscher and Matiesen Distillery

    Toom-Rüütli 10
    10130 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 5691 2910
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1000-1800

    More than just a winemaker, the Luscher and Matiesen Distillery doubles as the Museum of Estonian Drinking Culture and is home to a huge array of unusual artefacts that speak volumes of the Estonian penchant for a good knees-up.

    Museum of Occupations

    Toompea 8
    10142 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 668 0250
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 1100-1800

    The 20th-century was a particularly bad time for Estonia and this modernist museum relives the periods of Nazi and Soviet rule that dominate the country’s recent history.

    Kadriorg Park

    Kadriorg Park
    10150 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 601 4548
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    Once the grounds of the baroque Kadriorg Palace, Kadriorg Park has been a public space since 1718 and includes a series of beautifully manicured gardens as well as an elegant Japanese-inspired section.

    Maarjamäe Palace

    Pirita tee 56
    10127 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 622 8600
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    Opening times:
    Wed-Sun 1000-1700

    A neo-Gothic pile built in 1874 by a Russian count, Maarjamäe Palace is now home to the Museum of Estonian Film, as well as a more traditional archive covering the 23 years since Estonia regained its independence from Russia.

    Tallinn TV Tower

    Kloostrimetsa tee 58A
    11913 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 686 3005
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1000-1900

    Proof that 1980s Soviet architecture didn’t consist entirely of Brutalist blocks, the Tallinn TV Tower was built in 1980 to enhance the signal for the 1980 Moscow Olympics. The tallest building in Tallinn, there’s an observation deck and café at 170m (558ft).

    Tallinn Zoo

    Paldiski mnt 145
    13522 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 694 3300
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-1900

    Home to the world’s biggest collection of rare-breed sheep and goats, Tallinn Zoo occupies 87 hectares (215 acres) of forested land on the outskirts of the city. Highlights include the Amur leopards and the realistic Tropical House.

    Patarei Prison and Sea Fortress

    Kalaranna 2
    13913 Tallinn
    Estonia
    Tel: 504 6536
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    Opening times:
    Daily 1200-1900 (May-Sep)

    A formidable limestone block overlooking the Baltic Sea, Patarei was completed in 1840 and began life as a fortress before becoming a barracks. After 1919, it was used as a prison by successive occupying armies.

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    Country overview

    The smallest and arguably most scenic of the three Baltic States, Estonia is a nation famed for its enormous forests, beautiful wetlands and remote offshore islands as well as for being one of Europe’s most friendly and forward-thinking nations. Estonia is an unspoilt, sparsely populated country, nearly half of which is covered with forests. For nature lovers there are primeval forests and lakelands to thrill.

    For city breaks, the jewel in the crown is gorgeous medieval capital Tallinn, a picture-postcard of a city – particularly at Christmas. A few days here can take in everything from grandiose architecture and historic churches to cosy cafés and happening nightlife.

    Geography

    Estonia is the most northerly of the three Baltic Republics and is bordered to the north and west by the Baltic Sea, to the east by the Russian Federation and to the south by Latvia. The country is one of great scenic beauty with many forests, more than 1,400 lakes and 1,500 islands.

    Smaller than Lithuania and Latvia, it has nevertheless the longest coastline of all the Baltic States.

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    Key facts

    Population: 1266375

    Population Density (per sq km): 28

    Capital: Tallinn.

    Language

    Estonian is the official language. Many older people also speak some Russian, which is the mother tongue of around 30% of the population. However, using Russian can cause offence and it’s better to speak English, which is widely spoken by people under 40.

    Currency

    Euro (EUR; symbol €) = 100 cents. Notes are in denominations of €500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5. Coins are in denominations of €5 and 1, and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 cents.

    Estonia joined the eurozone on 1 January 2011, with the Euro replacing the Kroon, which is removed from circulation on 14 January 2011.

    Electricity

    230 volts AC, 50Hz. European-style two-pin plugs are used.

    General business opening hours

    Mon-Fri 0900-1800.

    Public holidays

    Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2015-December 2015 period.

    New Year’s Day: 01. January 2015
    Independence Day: 24. February 2015
    Good Friday: 03. April 2015
    Labour Day: 01. May 2015

    Whit Sunday (Pentecost): 24. May 2015
    Võidupüha (Victory Day): 23. June 2015
    Jaanipäev (St John’s Day/Midsummer’s Day): 24. June 2015
    Restoration of Independence Day: 20. August 2015
    Christmas Day: 25. December 2015
    Boxing Day: 26. December 2015

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    Nightlife in Tallinn

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    The Old Town, with its seemingly endless selection of pubs and bars, is where most of the action happens although you are likely to run into a stag do or two.

    Also worth checking out is the city centre where cigar bars and chic wine spots abound.

    Chicago 1933

    Aia 3
    10111 Tallinn
    Estonia
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    A glass and steel-heavy, prohibition-inspired cigar bar with an impressive selection of liquors.

    Deja-Vu Lounge

    Vana-Viru 8
    10111 Tallinn
    Estonia
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    Popular with Tallinn’s cool crowd, Deja-Vu boasts a revolving roster of hip DJs and live bands.

    Labor

    Suur-Karja 10
    10140 Tallinn
    Estonia
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    If you like your cocktails served in smoking test tubes, Labor is the place to come.

    Põrgu

    Rüütli 4
    10130 Tallinn
    Estonia
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    It might be hell-themed but for beer drinkers, Põrgu is heaven thanks to its huge selection.

    Vabank

    Harju 13
    10130 Tallinn
    Estonia
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    A bank turned nightclub, Vabank has eclectic décor and comfy beds-come-seats around the edges.

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    Restaurants in Tallinn

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    Like its Scandinavian neighbours, Estonian food is heavy on the pickles in winter and a riot of fresh berries and vegetables in summer.

    While there’s plenty of local fare on offer in Tallinn’s restaurants, international menus of just about every type imaginable are easy to unearth.

    Eesti Söögituba

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Price: Estonia

    Traditional Estonian fare done extremely well. Blood sausage with sauerkraut is the signature dish.

    Entrecote

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Price: Estonia

    Extremely trendy Italian popular with Tallinn’s style set.

    African Kitchen

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Price: Estonia

    Carb-heavy West African fare tops the bill in this quirky dining spot, which also has its own sauna.

    Korsaar

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Price: Estonia

    A pirate-themed restaurant that owes a debt to Johnny Depp serving up grilled fish and meat.

    Kohvik Narva

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Price: Estonia

    Russian food served up in what is, quite literally, a Soviet relic complete with period 1960s décor.

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    Calendar of events

    Estonian Music Days

    7 – 15 April 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues.

    Series of classical music concerts.

    Tallinn Jazz Festival

    22 April – 1 May 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues.

    Lively jazz/blues and world music festival bringing life to the city as it emerges from winter hibernation.

    Õllesummer Beer Festival

    6. – 9. July 2016
    Website

    Venue: Tallinn Song Festival Grounds.

    Biggest beer festival in the Baltics with live music accompanying lashings of beer.

    Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival

    13 – 29 November 2016
    Website

    Venue: Various venues in Tallinn, Tartu, Viljandi and Narva.

    With a strong emphasis on European films, the annual festival screens features by filmmakers from all over the world. The event also includes several sub-festivals for animated films, student films and children/youth films. The event presents Estonian audiences with a comprehensive selection of world cinema with a particular focus on European films and provides a friendly atmosphere for interaction between the audience, filmmakers and directors from all over the world. An international jury awards prizes for the best director, best actress and best actor.

    Christmas Market

    November 2016 – January 2017
    Website

    Venue: Town Hall Square.

    Charming Old Town Christmas market.

    New Year's Eve

    31 December 2016

    Venue: Throughout the City.

    Celebrations in the city to welcome in the New Year in style.

    Baroque Music Festival

    January – 17 February 2017
    Website

    Venue: Various venues.

    Series of baroque music concerts.

    All information subject to change. Please check the dates on the relevant event organizer’s website.

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    Hotels in Tallinn

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    Thanks its increasing popularity with tourists from Western Europe, Tallinn’s hotel offering has exploded in recent years and quality is high.

    Prices, however, tend to be low with comfortable accommodation available for as little as €35.

    Merchants House Hotel

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Category: Estonia

    A seriously stylish boutique hotel that occupies a pair of neighbouring 14th and 16th-century houses.

    Swissôtel Tallinn

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Category: Estonia

    International-style luxury in a 117m (384ft) skyscraper, complete with a 30th-floor bar.

    Nordic Hotel Forum

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Category: Estonia

    Comfortable, central and stylish, and very reasonably priced.

    Hotel Telegraaf

    Pikk 29
    Expensive 10133
    Tallinn
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    Category: Estonia

    Set in a beautiful 19th-century Old Town building, Hotel Telegraaf is an art deco gem within.

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    Best of Baltic Cuisine

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    Even if some parts of downtown Tallinn do look straight out of the Middle Ages, the restaurants are bang up to date! The creative newcomers’ take on their country’s traditional fare is as young and exciting as the Estonian capital itself – modern, laid-back, Scandinavian. In the winter especially, they hark back to ingredients that grow in the ground, like beetroots, carrots, parsnips and black salsifies.

    These, along with fish and meat sourced from small regional producers, are served with buckwheat, potatoes or quinoa. While the price of a meal out in Sweden and Finland could spoil your appetite, in Tallinn, a main course will rarely cost more than an affordable 15 euros. Join us on a culinary tour.

    Leib

    Uus 31
    10111 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-61/190 26
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Fri 1200–1500
    1800–2300
    Sat 1200–2300

    “Leib” is the Estonian word for black bread. The atmosphere and food at the Leib is as simple, fresh and honest as that traditional food itself: On the menu, you’ll find traditional Estonian dishes, like cauliflower soup with cheese, lamb with stout sauerkraut, as well as crème brûlée on – guess what? – black bread. Chef Jano Lepik and sommelier Kristjan Peäske offer haute cuisine made from regional produce, their own home-smoked fish, and meat they barbecue in the restaurant garden – where a cozy terrace beckons in the summer.

    Rataskaevu 16

    Rataskaevu 16
    10130 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-64/240 25
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Thu 1200–2300
    Fri-Sat 1200–2400
    Sun 1200–2300

    This cozy restaurant in the old town serves magical dishes conjured from fresh produce. For starters, you can order mild smoked herring served warm on cottage cheese – an Estonian classic that tastes particularly good here. Most of the dishes are presented with such artistry that you almost feel you shouldn’t eat them. Happily, your appetite will ultimately win the day. After all, who would willingly send back an avocado salad with zucchini pasta?

    Vegan Restoran V

    Rataskaevu 12
    10130 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-62/690 87
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    Opening times:
    Sun-Thu 1200–2300
    Fri-Sat 1200–2400

    What the chefs at this vegan restaurant (hence the “V”) cook up without resorting to meat or dairy products borders on sorcery: creamy apple, cucumber and mint soup, celeriac schnitzel with fresh beansprouts, pasta with frittered tofu and black beans, and for dessert: berry cake on a chocolate base. Right next door at the Rataskaevu, the owner of the “V” runs two more restaurants: the Aed (garden) and the Vanaema Juures (grandmother’s living room). There, too, you will find excellent classic Estonian treats, like roast beef with fried potatoes, and kama, a dessert made from rolled oats and yoghurt.

    Nop

    Köleri 1
    10150 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-60/322 70
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Fri 0800–2100
    Sat-Sun 0900–2100

    Take the streetcar over to Kadriorg, the museum and park district with all the quaint wooden houses and you will soon find yourself outside the Nop café. At 8 a.m. on weekdays, the café starts serving super-healthy breakfasts, like homemade smoothies, toasted muesli on yoghurt and sinfully sweet potato pancakes – all organic, all delicious and all lovingly prepared. In the adjoining shop, you can stock up on provisions for a walk to the castle or any other outings you may have in mind.

    F-Hoone

    Telliskivi 60a
    10412 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-53/22 68 55
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Sat 0900–2400
    Sun 0900–2200

    Never enjoyed a snack in an old factory building? Well, it’s about time you did, and on the former industrial site on Telliskivi Street that’s rapidly gaining a name for itself as a creative campus, Telliskivi Loomelinnak, you can. Not only have design and fashion stores moved in here, but also unusual restaurants, like the F-Hoone in building F, where, beneath a ceiling five meters high, patrons can tuck into traditional fare, like solyanka and borsht, or a salad with grilled goat’s cheese and fig chutney. Prices here are very fair.

    Klaus

    Kalasadama 8
    10415 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-56/91 90 10
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Fri 0900–2300
    Sat-Sun 1000–2300

    A few hundred meters outside the old town walls, the otherwise picturesque Tallinn takes on a few rough edges – down by the harbor, for instance. There, at the stylish Klaus restaurant, you can order tasty snacks, like quinoa salad with beetroot and pomegranate seeds or a pulled pork sandwich of surprising proportions laced with hummus and mustard dressing. If you like, you can also browse the Estonian arts and crafts in the adjoining concept store, which also stocks some nice clothes.

    Tuljak

    Pirita tee 26e
    10127 Tallinn
    Tel. +372-53/022020
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Thu 1200–2300
    Fri-Sat 1200–2400
    Sun 1200–2200

    A whacky place that was famous for its superb cuisine even in the Soviet era. The restaurant is built on a small hill beside Tallinn Bay. On the other side of the 25-meter-long window front, you have an excellent view of the Baltic, with just a few trees in between. The lounge music in the background is perfect, the cocktails are served in copper beakers, and the food is sensational. Take the Caesar’s Salad, for instance, which resembles a shaggy green tennis ball. The mashed potato accompanying the fish main course comes inside a caramelized leek, and the tiramisu for dessert is as flat as a pancake and arranged at the edge of the plate. It’s definitely a good idea to reserve a table.

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    Climate & best time to visit Estonia

    Generally temperate, but slightly cool and damp. Summer is warm, while spring and autumn can be mild. Winter, which lasts from November to mid March, can be very cold. Rainfall is distributed throughout the year with the heaviest rainfall in August. Heavy snowfalls are common in the winter months.

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    Phone calls & Internet

    Telephone/Mobile Telephone

    Dialing Code: +372

    Telephone

    Public telephones, which are plentiful, are operated by phonecards available from kiosks.

    Mobile Telephone

    Roaming agreements exist with most international mobile phone companies and there is good coverage even on smaller islands.

    Internet

    The internet is key to Estonia’s economic success. Free wireless zones can be found all over the country, including in hundreds of places in Tallinn and most hotels offer Wi-Fi for free. There is free internet access at Tallinn Airport. Public access is available at internet cafes, post offices and libraries in main towns and cities.

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    Shopping in Tallinn

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    Tallinn is one of the best places in the world for picking up unique locally made clothes, with thick winter knits, folk-patterned hats and heavy gloves among the highlights. Much of the action happens around Viru and Müürivahe streets in the Old Town, with the latter hosting Tallinn’s outdoor knit market. The nearby St Catherine’s Passage hosts mediaeval style workshops making glasswork, ceramics and leather goods, while Soviet era trinkets can be picked up in most antique shops.

    Markets

    Kesturg Market is the biggest and sells everything from food to footwear. Head to Sadama Turg for unique crafts and fresh local produce.

    Shopping Centres

    Foorum, a stylish central shopping spot, is the place to go for fashion although if you’re in the market for a bargain, Kristiine is a better bet.

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    Traveller etiquette

    Social Conventions

    Estonians are generally quite reserved and polite. A hand shake is the customary greeting. Normal courtesies should be observed.

    The Estonians are proud of their culture and their national heritage, and visitors should take care to respect this.

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    Health

    Main emergency number: 112

    Food & Drink

    Tap water is safe to drink but due to its high mineral content some may dislike the taste. Bottled water is widely available. There are no safety risks pertaining to Estonian food but it pays to use common sense and pay attention to the hygiene and cleanliness of any establishment where you may be considering dining.

    Other Risks

    At night or when visibility is poor, pedestrians in Estonia are required to wear reflectors on clothing in a bid to prevent traffic accidents. These are available at most supermarkets; failure to adhere to the rule could result in €400 fine. Cases of tick-borne encephalitis and lyme disease have been known in rural Estonia; visitors who will be hiking or going to rural areas should wear protective clothing to protect from ticks and mosquitoes. Vaccinations for tuberculosis and hepatitis B are also sometimes recommended.

    Contractual physician of Lufthansa

    Dr. Lindström, Sven
    SL Meedik Private Medical Center
    Pärnu Mauntee 48a
    10119 Tallin
    Estonia
    Tel. +372-6463390

    Please note that Lufthansa accepts no responsibility for the treatment nor will it bear the cost of any treatment.
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    Visa & Immigration

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    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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