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1. Red Light District
De Wallen is the largest and best known red-light district in Amsterdam. It consists of a network of alleys containing approximately 300 one-room cabins rented by prostitutes who offer their sexual services from behind a window or glass door, typically illuminated with red lights and blacklight. Window prostitution is the most visible and typical kind of red-light district sex work in Amsterdam.
2. Anne Frank
The statue of Anne Frank on Merwedeplein in Amsterdam is a statue of the German-Jewish girl Anne Frank who died during the Holocaust at the age of fifteen. Because of her diary, Anne Frank has become the symbol of the victims of the Holocaust worldwide.
NEMO Science Museum is a science centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in the Oosterdokseiland neighbourhood in the Amsterdam-Centrum borough, situated between the Oosterdokseiland and the Kattenburg. The museum has its origins in 1923, and is housed in a building designed by Renzo Piano since 1997. It contains five floors of hands-on science exhibitions and is the largest science center in the Netherlands. It attracts around 670,000 visitors annually, which makes it the eighth most visited museum in the Netherlands.
4. Herberg Zeeburg
Inn Zeeburg is a former inn in Amsterdam East. The inn was built in 1675 on Diemens territory near Fort Zeeburg. At the inn, ships were able to construct to the so -called "mussel scaffolding". There was a lively trade in cattle, which was dismissed and sometimes fattened, and in fish. The inn owned stables, barns, a haystack and later a landing place for the Havenstoomvaartdienst. The inn the inn received the current appearance in 1766. In the second half of the 19th century, six bathhouses were placed, but that turned out not to be success. In addition, horse racing competitions also took place. In 1887 the cattle trade disappeared to the then new Veemarkt. In 1896 the inn was placed on Amsterdam's territory by annexation of the territory of Diemen, for the construction of the Indian neighborhood. Until 1915 the building remained in use as an inn.
5. Lange Bretten
De Bretten, sometimes called the Long Bretts, is a natural area in the Amsterdam city of New West with an area of 130 ha. It is a green strip north of Haarlemmertrekvaart and south of the Western Port area on the polder grounds of the Spieringhorner Inner Polder. The area is named after the House of Bretten, one of the country houses that stood by this boat. This house was located west of Sloterdijk along the Spaarndammerdijk and was demolished for the construction of the first railway line from the Netherlands, from Amsterdam to Haarlem. The name of this country house may be derived from Borch in Bretten at Katwijk and/or the 'Brittenburg', a Roman fort near Katwijk.
6. Huis Bartolotti
The House of Bartolotti is a canal house on the Herengracht 170-172 in Amsterdam. It was built around 1617 for Willem van den Heuvel to Beichlingen, one of the richest Amsterdammers at that time, who had inherited a lot of money from a childlessly married uncle, Giovanni Battista Bartolotti, merchant from Bologna. The will of this uncle stressed as a condition that he should call himself Bartolotti. The name is sometimes also called from the Hill to Beichlingen Bartolotti. His mother Maria Pels (?-1592) married Willem Bartolotti in 1589. Her son Jan Baptist Bartolotti van den Heuvel (1590-1624) married Leonora Hellemans Arnoudsdaughter (1594-1661).
7. Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum
The Hash, Marihuana & Hemp Museum is a museum located in De Wallen, Amsterdam, Netherlands. According to the museum, more than two million visitors have visited the exhibition since it opened in 1985. Dedicated to cannabis and its many uses, the museum offers visitors information about the historical and modern uses of cannabis for medicinal, spiritual and cultural purposes. The museum also focuses on how hemp can be used for agricultural and industrial purposes, even including clothing accessories and cosmetic products made from hemp fiber. In 2012 the museum opened a second location in Barcelona, the Hash Marihuana Cáñamo & Hemp Museum.
8. De Papegaai
De Papegaai is the lesser of the two parochial churches in the St Nicholas Roman Catholic parish in Amsterdam. The church is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul. It is nicknamed "De Papegaai" because it was originally hidden in a garden behind a regular housefront that belonged to a bird-trader in the days when Catholicism could not be practised publicly. Today there is a narrow, Neo-Gothic facade flanked by statues of St Joseph and a perched parrot. The church is on the busy Kalverstraat just south of Dam Square, and invites people in for quiet, as well as celebrating Sunday Mass in Latin with Gregorian chant.
9. Heilige Nikolaas van Myrakerk
The Tichelkerk or Tichel is a church building on the corner of the Lijnbaansgracht and the Tichelstraat in the Amsterdam Jordaan. She was built in 1912 as a Roman Catholic Sint-Antoniuskerk. In 2005 it became the Russian Orthodox Saint Nikolaas of Myrakerk. In the same year, the building was designated as a municipal monument. Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022, the parish separated from the Patriarchaat Moscow and joined the Orthodox Archdiocese of Belgium, Exarchy of the Netherlands and Luxembourg under the ecumenical patriarchy of Constantinopel.
10. De Hallen
De Hallen is a cultural center in the Kinkerbuurt in Amsterdam-West, with a library, theater, cinema, hospitality, TV studios and crafts center. The center is located in the former Tollensstraat depot of the Amsterdam municipal tram, built in 1902-'05 and was used until 1996 at the municipal transport company Amsterdam, after which the buildings were still in use at various tenants, including the Amsterdam public transport until 2005 Museum. The complex is located between Kinkerstraat, Bilderdijkkade, Bellamyplein and Ten Katestraat.
11. Canal Ring Area of Amsterdam
The Grachtengordel is a neighborhood in Amsterdam, Netherlands located in the Centrum district. The seventeenth-century canals of Amsterdam, located in the center of Amsterdam, were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in August 2010. The Amsterdam Canal District consists of the area around the city's four main canals: the Singel, the Herengracht, the Keizersgracht, and the Prinsengracht. From the Brouwersgracht, the canals are generally parallel with one another, leading gradually southeast into the Amstel river.
12. Embassy of the Free Mind
The Embassy of the Free Mind is a museum, library and platform for free thinking, inspired by the philosophy of the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica collection. The museum focusses on the European culture of free thinking of the past 2.000 years, with Hermetic wisdom as the source of inspiration: insight into the connection between God, cosmos and man. This connection is reflected in the Hermetic, alchemical, astrological, magical, mystical, kabbalistic and Rosicrucian texts and images in the collection.
The Diemerpark is a landscape park of 90 hectares, located between the Diemerzedijk and the IJmeer in Amsterdam-East, near the IJburg district. There are bicycle and hiking trails in the park, and there is a sports park with football and hockey fields. There is also a sandy beach on the IJmeer with a view of IJburg. The park is connected with bridges with the IJburg Rite Islands and can also be reached via the Nesciobrug over the Amsterdam Rhine Canal or via the Diemerzedijk.
The Rietlandpark in Amsterdam East was named in 2005 and is named after the Stads Rietlanden. Until around 1880, this was an undeveloped, partly swampy and reed-covered area outside the dikes. At the end of the 19th century, trading areas and a railway marshalling yard were built here as the centre of the Eastern Docklands. Until the 1940s, there was also a locomotive depot of the Dutch Railways here. In the 1980s, the site fell out of use and was demolished around 1990.
15. Fete galante
Fête galante is a sculpture by Hans van den Ban from 1997, which is placed along the Weesperstraat and Nieuwe Kerkstraat in Amsterdam-Centrum. The title is said to refer to the term 'painting', in which pleasure is the main element. The playfulness was necessary because of the sleek housing and office blocks that arose here after a thorough redevelopment of the neighborhood. Initially, a row of trees was to be built here, but in the end it was not placed.
16. Monument Haarlemmerweg
The Monument on the Haarlemmerweg is a monument for war victims, placed on the Haarlemmerweg, Amsterdam Nieuw-West between the pedestrian and bicycle bridges Burgemeester Eliasstraat and Burgemeester Fockstraat. Police officer Elias, father and son Verkuijl were shot dead here by the German occupying forces in retaliation for an act of resistance on the Amsterdam-Haarlem railway line. After the war they were buried in the Honorary Cemetery in Bloemendaal.
17. Amstel Park
Floriade 1972 was a garden festival held in Amsterdam, Netherlands following its recognition by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE). The 1972 exposition was the fifth edition of the international horticultural exposition organised under the auspices of the Association of International Horticultural Producers (AIPH) and the second Floriade in the Netherlands. The first Amsterdam Floriade lasted from March 30 to October 1, 1972.
18. Normaal Amsterdams Peil
Amsterdam Ordnance Datum or Normaal Amsterdams Peil (NAP) is a vertical datum in use in large parts of Western Europe. Originally created for use in the Netherlands, its height was used by Prussia in 1879 for defining Normalnull, and in 1955 by other European countries. In the 1990s, it was used as the reference level for the United European leveling Network (UELN) which in turn led to the European Vertical Reference System (EVRS).
Foam or Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam is a photography museum located at the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The museum has four different exhibitions at any given time in which different photographic genres are shown, such as documentary, art and fashion. Next to large exhibitions by well-known photographers, Foam also shows the work of young and upcoming photographers, in shorter running exhibitions.
20. Old Church
The Oude Kerk is Amsterdam’s oldest building and newest art institute. The building was founded about 1213 and consecrated in 1306 by the bishop of Utrecht with Saint Nicolas as its patron saint. After the Reformation in 1578, it became a Calvinist church, which it remains today. It stands in De Wallen, now Amsterdam's main red-light district. The square surrounding the church is the Oudekerksplein.
21. Frederik Hendrikplantsoen
Frederik Hendrikplantsoen is a park in Amsterdam West, on the edge of the Jordaan in one of the greenest historic neighbourhoods of Amsterdam. The park is located in the Frederik Hendrikbuurt Neighbourhood and has recently undergone extensive investment and redevelopment in consultation with the local community. It is notable for its sculpture group 'De Stam' or 'The Tribe' by Atelier van Lieshout.
22. Figure découpée
Figure découpée or L'oiseau is an abstract sculpture by Pablo Picasso: there are a total of three Figure découpée sculptures. There is one located in Vondelpark NL, another on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States and another is in Helsingborg Sweden. The sculpture is a depiction of a bird, but it is commonly referred to as flat bird, flat fish or fish statue.
23. Royal Theater Carré
The Royal Theater Carré is a Neo-Renaissance theatre in Amsterdam, located near the river Amstel. When the theatre was founded in 1887, it was originally meant as a permanent circus building. Currently, it is mainly used for musicals, cabaret performances and pop concerts. Carré is located next to the Amstel, close to Waterlooplein. Its address is Amstel 115 and has approximately 1,700 seats.
The Bijlmerweide is a park in Amsterdam-Zuidoost. The park is located east of the Low -Building Dylals Kantershof and Geerdinkhof, to the west of the Gaasp River and the Diemerpark, north of the Gaasperpark and Gaasperplas and south of the Verrijn Stuartweg industrial area in Diemen. The Veeneikbrug, a bicycle and pedestrian bridge, connects the Bijlmerweide over the Gaasp with the Diemerbos.
25. Wereldmuseum Amsterdam
The Wereldmuseum Amsterdam, founded in 1864 as a colonial museum, is a Dutch ethnic museum on Linnaeusstraat in Amsterdam. It has a large collection of ethnographic artifacts from tropical and subtropical areas mainly from the former Dutch overseas territories. It was part of the Royal Institute for the Tropics until 2014, nowadays the museum is part of the National Museum of World Cultures.
The Geuzenbos is a nature reserve in the Groote IJpolder between the Spaarnwoude recreation area, the De Heining business park and the Spaarndammerdijk northeast of Halfweg in the Amsterdam district of Westpoort. The area with an area of 60 hectares is divided in two by the Alderman van Essenweg. One of the entrances to the Geuzenbos is located next to the Boezemgemaal Halfweg.
The Haarlemmerpoort on the Haarlemmerplein in Amsterdam is officially called Willemspoort but is never called that in the city. It is, in fact, the fifth gate on the Haarlem side that appears in the history of Amsterdam. The earlier gates were part of the fortifications of Amsterdam. With each urban expansion, the city gate moved a little to the west, towards Haarlem.
The Oosterpark is the first large park laid out by the municipality of Amsterdam. Located near the Singelgracht of the Mauritskade to the north, it is the principal component of the Oosterpark neighbourhood in the Oost borough. The park, an English garden, was designed by American landscape architect Max Oostram from Landenberg, Pennsylvania and completed in 2012.
29. Python Bridge
Python Bridge, officially known as High Bridge, is a bridge that spans the canal between Sporenburg and Borneo Island in Eastern Docklands, Amsterdam. It was built in 2001 and won the International Footbridge Award in 2002. The bright red bridge spans 90 meters and was designed by Adriaan Geuze of the architectural firm West 8. The bridge only carries pedestrians.
Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ is the main concert hall for contemporary classical music on the IJ in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The building opened in 2005 and is located above the IJtunnel, a ten-minute walk from Amsterdam Centraal station. The building was designed by Danish architects 3XN. The Bimhuis is part of and partly integrated in the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ.
The Office of Koppe's Ships Agency, also known as the NACO cottage, is a building on the De Ruijterkade, Amsterdam Centre. It was recorded in the monument register on 22 April 2002 because of the combination of Amsterdam School and an alien architecture, particularly in the hood. It has been on the Eastern Access bridge since 13 December 2021.
32. Het Sieraad
The Siemaad is a multifunctional school building on the Postjesweg in Amsterdam. It is owned by residential corporation Ymere. It is largely surrounded by the water of Admiralengracht, the Postjeswetering and the Costlorer Navigation and is built on a five-angle plot. Since 20 January 2003, the building has been a National Monument.
The Homomonument is a memorial in the centre of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. It commemorates all gay men and lesbians who have been persecuted because of their sexual orientation. Opened on 5 September 1987, it was the first monument in the world to commemorate gays and lesbians who were killed by the Nazis.
34. De Nieuwe Ooster
The new Oosterbegraafplaats is a cemetery in Amsterdam. This is located on the Kruislaan in the Watergraafsmeer in Amsterdam-Oost and has an area of 33 hectares. The cemetery opened on 1 May 1894. Nowadays he is called the new Ooster, because of the construction of a crematorium in 1994, after a design by R. van Liesveld.
The Houthaven Park is a park in Amsterdam-West, located between the Spaarndammerbuurt and the Houthaven district. The southern limit of the park is formed by the Spaarndammerdijk and Tasmanstraat, the northern border is the Stavangerweg. The park is partly located on the Spaarndammertunnel used in 2018.
The Liberal Jewish municipality of Amsterdam (LJG) is the local community of the liberal Jews in the Dutch city of Amsterdam and the surrounding area, with a synagogue in Amsterdam-Zuid. Since 2010, the LJG has a new synagogue with a cultural center on the southern hiking road, near the Gaasterlandpad.
37. Fanny Blankers-Koen
Francina Elsje "Fanny" Blankers-Koen was a Dutch track and field athlete, best known for winning four gold medals at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. She competed there as a 30-year-old mother of two, earning her the nickname "the Flying Housewife", and was the most successful athlete at the event.
38. Watertoren Amstelveenseweg
The water tower on the Amstelveenseweg in Amsterdam-Zuid was designed by the architect Piet Elling and built in 1965. It has a height of 40 meters and one water reservoir of 2335 m³. The water reservoir is made of steel, around it is an aluminum cloak, making the tower clearly visible at bright sun.
39. Molen van Sloten
The Molen van Sloten is a polder mill in the village of Sloten near Amsterdam. It is an oak, thatched octagonal scaffolding mill on a stone base. The mill is located on the Ringvaart of the Haarlemmermeerpolder and, together with the Akemaal, takes care of the drainage of the western garden cities.
40. Natuurpark Vrije Geer
The Nature Park Vrije Geer is a small green area near the village of Sloten with an area of more than 4 hectares. It is located between Plesmanlaan, the Nieuw Sloten district and the village of Sloten. It is a final remnant of the peat meadow area that used to stretch between Amsterdam and Sloten.
Westermoskee is a mosque located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is situated on the bank of the canalized river Schinkel in the Chassébuurt in De Baarsjes in the borough of Amsterdam-West. With a floor surface of 800 m2 and a capacity of 1700 people, it is the largest mosque in the Netherlands.
42. Shadow quay
The Shadowkade is a monument for two hundred Jewish residents of the New Keizersgracht in Amsterdam who were murdered in World War II. It consists of two hundred metal plates with the names of the residents, grouped around the house number of the house where they lived across the water.
The Royal Concertgebouw is a concert hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Dutch term "concertgebouw" translates into English as "concert building". Its superb acoustics place it among the finest concert halls in the world, along with Boston's Symphony Hall and the Musikverein in Vienna.
De Riekermolen is a polder mill at the Kalfjeslaan near the Amstel. Next to the mill is a statue of Rembrandt made by Han Wezelaar, as a reminder of the fact that the painter has made many drawings along the banks of this river. It was unveiled in 1969 during his 300th year of death.
The City Virgin Amsterdamse Bos is an image in the Amsterdam Forest. The forest is largely located in the municipality of Amstelveen, but is owned and managed by the municipality of Amsterdam. The image is still located in the municipality of Amsterdam, on the border with Amstelveen.
46. Het Veem Theater
Veem House for Performance is a production house, workshop, stage, laboratory and expertise centre of contemporary mime theatre, located in Werkgebouw Het Veem in Amsterdam. The building is located on the Van Diemenstraat and the Oude Houthaven along the IJ, west of Central Station.
On the Lekstraat 63 in the Riverbuurt in Amsterdam is the Lekstraat synagogue. This synagogue is an important centre of the chareidic Jews living in Amsterdam and surroundings. Amstelveen and Amsterdam live a few hundred chareidim, especially in the Rivierenbuurt and Buitenveldert.
48. The Catboat
The catboat is an Amsterdam animal shelter for cats. It is located on a houseboat on the Singel. The cat boat catches stray cats and relocates. A number of the cats walk around freely on the boat, which is accessible to visitors. At peak times, the Poezenboot houses around 60 cats.
49. Nelson Mandelapark
The Nelson Mandelapark, called Bijlmerpark until October 23, 2014, is a city park in the middle of the Bijlmer district in Amsterdam-Zuidoost. The Bijlmerpark was originally constructed in 1969 and 1970. Since 1975, the Kwakoe Summer Festival has been organized here every year.
50. De Wokkel
De Wokkel is an artistic work of art on an architectural work of art, which is indeed standing on the territory of the municipality of Amsterdam, but is not part of the same municipality. The statue is on the Rijksweg 10, the territory of which is managed by Rijkswaterstaat.
The Noorderkerk is a 17th-century Protestant church in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The Noorderkerk is located along Prinsengracht canal, on Noordermarkt square. The church is used for Dutch Reformed Church services and is also used regularly for classical music concerts.
52. Museum Het Schip
Amsterdam School Museum Het Schip is a museum in Amsterdam-West, located in the house block with the same name. The museum is dedicated to the Amsterdam School. The building, designed by architect Michel de Klerk, is considered a leading example of this building style.
53. Houten Huis
The Houten Huys is a building on the Begijnhof in Amsterdam dating from 1528 or shortly thereafter. It is one of the oldest houses in Amsterdam and, next to a building at the beginning of the Zeedijk, one of the two remaining houses with a wooden façade of Amsterdam.
De Rijckerbrug or Ryckerbrug is a fixed plate bridge between Amsterdam-Center and Amsterdam-West and leads over the Singelgracht. The bridge connects the Rozengracht with the Clercqstraat. The bridge spans the Singelgracht and has its western head in the Nassaukade.
Zonnebaken is an artistic artwork in Amsterdam-Zuidoost. Local residents call it the needle or the point. She stands at a roundabout where the Meerkerkdreef De Valburgdreef crosses and passes into the Langbroekdreef before the through traffic after the roundabout.
The Nieuwendammerkerk is the Dorpskerk of the Dijkdorp Nieuwendam in Amsterdam-Noord. The church building is not along the Nieuwendammerdijk, but slightly lower behind it on the broad Kerkepad. It is beautifully situated village church with surrounding cemetery.
57. Heemtuin Sloterpark
The Heemtuin Sloterpark is located in the Sloterpark west of the Sloterplas in Amsterdam Nieuw-West. After raising the site in the 1950s, this area remained untouched for a long time. Here a rough area with wild plants, reeds and willows developed spontaneously.
The Meerpadkerkje is a small Mennonite white-painted wooden church ("vermaning") in Nieuwendam, nowadays a part of Amsterdam-Noord, built in 1843 by the Nieuwendam carpenter Pieter Kater Gzn. The church is part of the United Mennonite Congregation of Amsterdam.
59. Diamond Museum Amsterdam
The Diamond Museum Amsterdam is a museum located at the Museumplein in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The museum was founded in 2007 by Ben Meier of Coster Diamonds. The permanent collection consists of diamond jewelry and gives background information about diamonds.
The Beatrixpark is a city park in the south of Amsterdam, between the Boerenwetering, the Amsterdam RAI, the Ringweg-Zuid (A10), the Beethovenstraat, the Zuider Amstelkanaal and the Diepenbrockstraat. The park is located in the Prinses Irene neighbourhood.
61. English Reformed Church
The English Reformed Church is one of the oldest buildings in Amsterdam, situated in the centre of the city. It is home to an English-speaking congregation which is affiliated to the Church of Scotland and to the Protestant Church in the Netherlands.
62. Ziggo Dome
63. Running man with violin statue
The Blue Violin Player or De Blauwe Vioolspeler (1982) is a metal sculpture located near the Raampoortbrug bridge in Amsterdam Netherlands. It is also called Man Trying to Catch Tram 10 or Man with Violin Case. The identity of the artist is unknown.
64. National Monument
The National Monument on Dam Square is a 1956 cenotaph in Amsterdam, Netherlands. A national Remembrance of the Dead ceremony is held at the monument every year on 4 May to commemorate the casualties of World War II and subsequent armed conflicts.
65. Moskee El-Hijra
The olive branch was built in 1956 as a baptismal church on the Arthur van Schendelstraat in Tuinstad Slotermeer in Amsterdam Nieuw-West. The building from the reconstruction period is characteristic of the oeuvre of the architect Karel Sijmons.
66. Annick van Hardeveld
The Monument for Annick van Hardeveld is a war monument in Amsterdam Centrum. The monument in the form of a hardstone plaque is placed on the Hekelveld, for the building that carries house number 25. It was designed by the artist Hans Bayens.
67. Het Huis met den Hoofden
The House with the Heads is a large canal house on the Keizersgracht 123 in Amsterdam, named after the six ornaments shaped as heads, which are on the facade. The house is a rijksmonument and is listed on the Top 100 Dutch heritage sites.
68. Het Palenhuis
The Palenhuis, or Ode to the pile, is an artistic work of art in Amsterdam East. It was unveiled in September 2021 in the northwest plane of the Zuiderzeeweg and IJburglaan intersection, north of the entrance/exit of the Piet Hein tunnel.
69. De Kleine Komedie
De Kleine Komedie is today the oldest theatre in Amsterdam, dating from 1788. Situated on the Amstel near the Halvemaansteeg, the building offers a stage for both upcoming and established Dutch talents. The theatre has 503 seats.
Viewer is an art object designed by Barbara Kletter. The artwork, including a bridge that is part of the work, is situated in the mill wetering that runs parallel to the Hugo de Vrieslaan, named after biologist Hugo de Vries.
Wolk is an artistic artwork in Amsterdam-West. It is a creation of Han Schuil from 2003. The title was given by the municipality of Amsterdam; The artist did not give his work any titles until 2008, according to Het Parool.
72. Fo Guang Sha He Hua Temple
73. AFAS Live
75. Sint-Franciscus Xaveriuskerk
De Krijtberg Kerk is a Roman Catholic church in Amsterdam, located at the Singel. The church was designed by Alfred Tepe and was opened in 1883. The exuberant interior was made by Friedrich Wilhelm Mengelberg.
76. De Schreeuw
De Schreeuw is a sculpture in the Oosterpark in Amsterdam that commemorates the assassinated Dutch film-maker Theo van Gogh. The monument was designed by Jeroen Henneman as a symbol of freedom of speech.
77. New Church
78. De Otter
De Otter is a paltrok mill in Amsterdam, Netherlands which has been restored to working order. As all Dutch paltrok mills it is a windpowered sawmill. The mill is listed as a Rijksmonument, number 1198.
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