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Having a go-to list of kid friendly activities is essential to enjoying your visit to Savannah with kids. Read up on our top things to do for kids and kid friendly restaurants in Savannah sure to provide fun for the whole family.
Sometimes you have to sacrifice and do an activity that's just for the kids, but a few of our recommendations will provide fun for the whole family as well. Turn them loose and a watchful staffer will keep them safe and entertained playing and discovering. Located on Towne Center Drive and accessible via I, Surf Lagoon has slides, pools, and plenty of refreshments for you to really make a day of it.
A great place to stroll, skate, bike, scooter or jog, its paths crisscross the park making it an ideal place to relax and recharge while the kids, hopefully, run their batteries down a little. Why not make a day of it and experience downtown's largest green space with a catered and furnished picnic from Savannah Picnic Co?
They bring the food, blanket, chairs - even a Bluetooth speaker! All you need to do is show up. These fountains were made for splashing! Savannah has a plethora of fountains adorning squares, but none as much fun as the Splash Fountains in Ellis Square.
Free and open to the public, these fountains have been keeping kids cool and parents entertained since the square was converted back from a parking garage to a social hub in the early s. Waterspouts shoot roughly 6 or 7 feet high and make for great photo opportunities. Very peaceful and beautifully maintained, the grounds are lovely for taking a walk meandering through groves under oak tree canopies and over marshlands on gravel paths, asphalt sidewalks, and boardwalks. You can get up and close to most of the animals and even get hands-on in the barnyard.
Bring bug spray, pack snacks. Fans First Entertainment, which owns the Savannah Bananas, is known for a unique combination of baseball and non-stop entertainment like dancing players, blindfolded pillow fights, dunk an intern, and ATV-riding mascots. Gates open one hour before the game, parking is free, and tickets can be purchased in advance online.
Sure, Savannah Bee sells everything related to honey, including t-shirts, books, chocolates, lotions and the best-tasting honey ever. The honey bar, and 2. Just call ahead to make the request. Kids can learn about tides, seashells, dunes, marine animals and more at the Marine Science Center, which features include a touch tank, turtle exhibit, and coral reef. They offer a one-hour Turtle Talk walk appropriate for all ages, and is a great way to learn more about sea turtles.
They even let you excavate a mock nest. These Savannah restaurants are great for bringing the kids, and the whole family will enjoy them too. Happy, homey and anything but trendy. Over the last century, this landmark has evolved from being a drugstore with a soda fountain into a memorabilia and photograph adorned mecca for a no nonsense kind of meal. Be sure to check out the handmade rag dolls and hair ties at the front counter — and ask for coloring books and crayons for the kids.
Black and white checkerboard floors greet you inside the green and red striped awnings. Lots of ceiling fans keep the air moving almost as fast as the wait staff. For breakfast, rest assured. They serve all the favorites like Two eggs to order; scrambled, Sunnyside up, over easy or poached with Ham, bacon, or sausage and grits or breakfast potatoes, toast or a buttermilk biscuit.
French toast, Omelets, Waffles, etc. Speaking of the kids, at lunch you have all the regulars to keep the peace; Cheeseburgers, Chicken fingers, Hot dogs, Grilled cheese, Peanut butter and jelly.
Burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, including their famous Greek Salad give you plenty of options. Check out the Dessert case. Well, one of two places, to be more exact- both in the Historic District. One is at 13 E. A local restaurant with a deep regard for the Lowland Alligator, this restaurant delivers a great burger, and you can eat it plain or try one of their over 20 options, allowing you to craft your own personal Burger Heaven. Choose from Angus Beef, Bison, Elk, Turkey or a veggie patty and then encase it in a white, multi-grain, pretzel or gluten free bun.
Burgers too bourgeois for you? Try the Alligator Fritters. Gator tails and Cajun spices are rolled together and deep fried, then served with zesty gator sauce. Or, for a southern fix, the fried green tomatoes, a southern classic, are tempura batter-dipped and fried, and served with the diet busting staple of the south, pimiento cheese also available as a burger topping!! Their reasoning for worshiping the humble gator is:. Place your order to take out or enjoy inside.
Sit down in the adjoining room and indulge in some fun. Marble topped tables, cool air conditioning, and a classic jukebox set the scene for a great trip to the past.
Seasonal flavors keep things interesting. In March, Guinness ice cream anyone? Or how about Japanese Cherry blossom in May? Frozen Hot Cocoa in the fall? And naturally, Sugar Plum Fairy in December. For purists there is, of course, your classic Vanilla, Chocolate, Chocolate Chip, Strawberry and Butter Pecan and all the rest of the best.
For the kids, if you believe what the dippers have to say, the Peppermint Stick and Peanut Butter are the faves. Seems to me, chicken fingers appeal to all children and most adults , and judging from the restaurants I visited, this must be true, for each and every kid friendly restaurant had chicken fingers on the menu. Looks like a great opportunity for a chicken finger throw down. Anyway, according to the staff, pizza and chicken and hot dogs are a sure way to please the little ones.
The pizzas are spectacular. Ferns and fans, posters and stained glass. Still looking for a great place to stay during your visit? Search our huge selection of historic vacation rentals right in Savannah, near all the action. Skip to main content. Kid Friendly Places to Go Sometimes you have to sacrifice and do an activity that's just for the kids, but a few of our recommendations will provide fun for the whole family as well.
So learn to be tolerant and show it and others may learn from you. Use your word for kindness, or you are just as bad. But, this is about Savannah and the food there. Funny how everyone wants to throw out the racist card, when in reality they should be more focused on the fact that she publicly apologized for her wrong doings. Let us be more like God and forgive and stop pointing fingers!!!
I agree with the Southern Lady if we pick apart everything and everybody we might as well stay at home. That is no way to live!
The Squares, shopping, River, libations, restaurants are all within walking distance. Park the car and forget about it until you are ready to head out to Tybee for a day at the beach or to eat at the North Beach Grill or Crab Shack.
If you are a history buff, there is plenty to see — lots of majestic homes to tour Owens-Thomas is one of my favorites , as well as forts Jackson, Pulaski and McAllister.
For ghosts, I recommend a walking tour. There are a few tour companies, and they all seem to do a pretty good job. The Blue Orb tour at midnight is really fun. I know I might sound like some kind of Visitor's Center troll — not true. I have just been visiting Savannah and Tybee since childhood, and really love the area. Lucky you for having such a lovely home away from home. Great post and great suggestions! Anyone try the Pirate House? Missed it on last trip to Savannah. Just a great southern city with soon much history.
Pirate House is a very good dining experience.. Every trip we end up back there.. Try the Pecan crusted fried chicken.. Prices are friendly and atmosphere is charmingly warm. The Crystal Beer Palace is a fantastic place. My husband and I ate there when we went to Savannah last year.
Fantastic atmosphere, very charming, delicious food and glorious drinks! It's a cash only place and worth every penny! Or a sweet treat from Back in the Day Bakery. VVGG is a must! Always our first evening meal in town. Also, if you can catch them open, Walls' Barbecue is really good. If you Google it, you will see stuff about it closing,but it was open again back in May when I last went there. It is not too far off Columbia square on York Lane.
I've seen those Spanish Moss trees in FL. I'd love to take a stroll or slow drive along that road. I've been indulging in way too much exotic meat lately, so, I'm trying to go mostly vegan for at least the next week and ideally longer, wanna be good to my body, but wow, what a selection at that place.
If I ever get there, I will have to try whatever they have on offer that night, unless I get more sensible and decide to go exclusively veg by then, slim chance since it hasn't happened yet.
My adventurous eating mentality trumps the side of the mental make up that doesn't like the idea of murdering mammals and feeding my body with unhealthy flesh. But, sometimes I will give my body a break and eat vegetarian. I'm going to Savannah in November and just starting my planning!
You've got me plenty excited for all the eating I'm going to do. You will have to let me know if you find any other gems. Advice if you are going to Mrs. Get there around The Pirates House — kind of corny, but good food and fun. I recommend the Chatham Artillery Punch.
I've so enjoyed the posts on Savannah! Such a unique city, I really need to make getting there a priority. May be this year. Thanks for the tips, Annette! We went to Wormsloe today and loved it.
We suggest walking the road under the oaks, rather than driving. One of the most interesting historic sites in Savannah is Congregation Mickve Israel which is the third oldest Jewish congregation in colonial America.
They give wonderful guided tours Monday thru Friday. My fiance and I are considering Savannah for our honeymoon in July I truly had a lovely time in Savannah and really enjoyed the southern hospitality! I did have the opportunity to visit 3 others that seemed equally as wonderful. You can read about them here: How far is Tybee Island from Savannah? Tybee Island is really close to Savannah, about 20 miles away. Savannah would be a lovely honeymoon location!
River street is a neat place to visit too be careful on the cobblestones! There are tons of festivals that go on all over Savannah! Forsyth park has a farmers market on Saturdays.
The first Saturday of the month, River Street is filled with vendors of food and fun wares! There are also free feet rides across the river to the international trade and convention center. It sounds like I need to come back for one of the many festivals. I would have loved to have been there for the SCAD sidewalk arts festival!
I love all of your suggestions!! I live in Savannah and have been here all my life 40 years! Even as a local I never get tired of it. I live on Wilmington Island, one of the barrier islands of Savannah. Anyway, glad you enjoyed your stay here. I hope others will as well!! All natural and local. I live here in Savannah and have all my life.
You have a good list going there. Above all, my favorite here. Savannah has tons of great places to eat, but that one is the best.
Our version of Mardi Gras crammed into one day. Visiting Savannah for the first time in a few weeks, and so glad to stumble across this list! I am now VERY excited to visit! Thanks for all of the great info! I grew up in Statesboro and that was our favorite destination a long time ago. This is my hometown, currently living in wv. Wormsloe pretty much sums up what i miss about good ol sav ga. Annette, glad you enjoyed your visit to my hometown. I lived in ATL from to , traveled to many places, domestic and foreign, during that time.
I always enjoyed coming home. Remember, the restaurants in SAV survive with the support of the locals. Sweet melissas for pizza. B Mathews for brunch or lunch reservations recommended for weekends.
Green truck pub had amazing burgers and a fantastic craft beer selection. So many better places to eat — The Pink House is my fave. Savannah is one of my favorite towns, anywhere in the US. Quaint and sophisticated, smart and dreamy. Lady Chablis, of course. OR, read the book. Have a great visit! And come back again! The river is always green, we do not dye it. The Victorian District is beautiful. Buy local art, not just SCAD art. There are thousands of local artists that were actually born here.
No the Forsyth Fountain was not purchased through the Sears catalog. That bench from Forest Gump was only put there for the movie! These folks work to hard to have people trampling through their beds looking for a nonexistent bench! Seek out locals and I mean those born here. Those are the most interesting tour guides!
Track down Darin Sehnert formerly of Kitchen Cooking School and beg, borrow or steal to take a cooking class! I have lived in Savannah most of my life, and I have done just about everything on the list and the things suggested by others. That being said, I would caution the couple marrying in July to think carefully about a honeymoon here.
The average temperature hovers around degrees with a heat index of I have lived in Savannah my whole life,and this is a very good list. There are many great restaurants in Savannah mentioned in the list and comments, but I would add one called The Sapphire Grill. Their wine cellar has a private table for two that is perfect for romantic occasions like anniversaries or proposals. Ask for the room when you make your reservation.
I grew up in Savannah and have kept close connections and regular visits with family and friends through the years. I enjoyed your list. Wilkes a definite must. I agree with other comments of those who have been to Johnny Harris. It is a fun place for Barbeque and dinning room in my earlier years was a place we went to dance. I have many found memories of Johnny Harris on Victory drive.
I also enjoy a cocktail by the fireplace in the basement bar of the Pink House, with piano in the background.
The Greek festival is wonderful as is the Art Festival in April. The Green Meldrim House is a wonderful treasure and should be visited if you can. It is presently the Parish House of St. The reredos of St. Johns is an incredible work as is the Gothic Revival Church. By all means walk, and walk slowly as much as possible. Love your advice to walk and walk slowly!
Savannah is too special to have an unexpected experience with the heat with no warning. Wilkes is a MUST! The squares are wonderful to explore. A carriage ride is really special.
A trip in the spring adds beautiful azaleas! Been visiting Savannah all my life and it never gets old. The first time I road down the historical streets and by the 22 squares, I felt like I had lived there many years ago in another life as a Southern Bell. It felt like home. I just absolutely love Savannah and the history. Even the buildings and coble stone streets on the river that were built by the pirates have stood the test of time.
Each time we go, I see something I missed on all the other trips. Gotta go into the candy stores for free samples of the pralines. Then before you leave Savannah, go back and buy some! You need to add: Mac n cheese at what used to be called Avia Hotel on Ellis square. A little off the tourist path but a great area to explore.
As someone who hope to move their business out of their kitchen and into a small space near our beautiful downtown area, I appreciate your focus away from the t-shirt shops of River and Bay streets. Like the suggestions, but I think you should include night drifting through the bars, to listen to all the great musicians in Savannah! Moved to Savannah from Florida in May of There is no southern hospitality here at all. Have a picnic, be nice to the homeless there, lots of weddings all the time.
Have not been to Paula Deens. We enjoyed ourselves much better just visiting. Unfortunately, I have not done any antiquing in Savannah. Hopefully someone else will read your comment and have a suggestion for you. We are staying at the Azalea Inn and Gardens…do you have any feedback on that Inn? Though I did not stay at the Azaela Inn, I did do a tour of it and it was truly lovely. I stayed at the Dresser Palmer House and I definitely recommend that one too.
If you walk to the river you can always catch a pedi-cab back to the inn. We are visiting now and my absolute favorite thing to do is walk the town at night. Awesome food and service, super cozy atmosphere. Pirates House lunch buffet tomorrow! We are visiting for the 4th of July. What time do you have to get in line to get in Mrs. They open at Am going to Savannah next week so am looking. Thanks for some great suggestions here.
My wife and I will be going in a month and we look forward to checking out some of the hotspots you mentioned. We are coming to Savannah the first week of October and would like to know a good place to stay that close enough for walking in the Historic District but not too expensive.
I have some lower back pain and have to rest and then get up and go again. Though it was lovely, it may be a little bit far for for walking. I have read good things about the hotel Andaz Savannah which is in the perfect location for exploring historic Savannah. Take a historic walking tour with Savannah Belle Tours. Savannah is my favorite Southern city. Springtime in Savannah is a double novel, with one story merged into another.
We continue to visit Savannah, and love to come in January. The weather is perfect. We stayed at the new Bluegreen timeshare on Ellis Square, and enjoy walking everywhere. Of course, we love touring old homes and taking lots of photos. Thank you for your warm Southern hospitality.
See you next year and read my page, contemporary Christian novel. Goggle preview has 77 free pages. Just been reading some of your suggestions in preparation for a trip in October. Dying to surprise my wife with a visit to the House of Mata Hari. Maybe give concierge a call before you arrive and let us all know how it turns out! I had the chance to visit such a historical city and walk on one of the most beautiful streets in the nation image above.
I suggest you take a trip to Savannah. Although I had a wedding to focus on, there are so much more things you can do. Check out this bucket list featured by Bucket List Journey Blog. Its new, different, and a ton of fun! It is a BYOB art studio. An instructor takes you step by step through a painting in hours and you get to leave with your masterpiece. They are snowbirds — Connecticut in the summers.
Looking to get my mother a gift for her birthday of something either from Savannah or to do in Savannah. Not sure what she has or has not really done yet…so I realize I am going in blind…….. Its designed as a fun night out and it makes for a great gift for someone.
It is a neat riverboat that departs from River Street. They have different cruises, some with dinner. They have a bar on board. That being said, Spring and Fall are the absolute best times to visit, especially if you plan to do a lot of sightseeing on foot! To the person who asked about what to do in December… the first Saturday night has a great lighted Christmas parade, that weekend has a weekend long festival on the river.
Thank you so much for this post on Savannah: I had a question.. Thanks again for your post. You can receive blog post updates and a monthly newsletter by signing up on my email list which is located in the righthand sidebar of the blog: Luxe closed a few months ago. They are amazing quality candles and have such interesting stories attached to the scent of each square! Some of these are over rated, particularly leopards which is no better than breyers ice cream from the store.
Or have I come to the wrong blog? The menu changes monthly. Rose Petal ice cream is one of my favorites. If you can handle the long lines that frequently form outside of the store, it is well worth the wait.
Savannah was my home for 10 great years and it is a beautiful place!! Thanks for letting me reminisce!! Obviously written by someone who does not live in Savannah. Half the stuff on this list are tourist traps. Wanna know the best way to spend your time in Savannah?
Find a local and follow them around. It may be difficult for someone on short vacation to find a local to follow for a few days. The bucket list includes restaurants, attractions and shopping…. Matthews has a fried green tomato and pimento cheese BLT that was really good! I just moved my family to the Savannah area, and I have not had much time to explore.
This way there was less work for me. You gave me a cheat sheet in a way! Sure the list may include touristy places, but I hate to be the bearer of bad news… Savannah is known to make money from visitors.
I am even happier some very nice people are giving me pointers as to what is out there. I am glad I now have suggestions to at least start somewhere. So, thank you… to everyone who gave a suggestion. How exciting to be living in a new city where there is so much exploring to do! Check out my long post for suggestions. Small parking fees for those, and admission cost to help with upkeep at Ft.
There is a small aquarium center and trails to walk at the Skidaway Island aquarium for minimal admission cost. My son and I love it there. Welcome to the area! It is the best karaoke in town and a wonderful atmosphere to boot! Also a fun place to catch celebrities during the film festival. It boasts South African cuisine and has two locations in the heart of downtown. If you want to see a veritable museum of newspaper clippings and old photographs related to our local history before dining on a variety of dishes from the region I love the shrimp po boy with fried green tomatoes then you should visit the Crystal Beer Parlor.
It is not far from Mrs. It is family friendly, too. There are several to choose from. Now, if you do have the kids with you, you should visit the Jepson center with two stories of interactive exhibits for children. It has two stories of mazes, slides, giant checkerboards, etc. They also have a huge room full of model trains to delight the train enthusiasts in your midst. City Market is the location of Vinnies, as well as dozens of art galleries.
I moved here in , and have happily made it my home. The summer humidity and gnats aside, I love it. It is also a pivotal spot on civil rights history, civil war history, Revolutionary War and colonial history….. I guess I could write my own top I suggest a visit between October through December or in the weeks just after St. It is definitely a place to put on your travel bucket list! The whe in the wall looks run down but ver surprisingly good food. Went to a place called sisters of the south not in the historic distric but best southern food I ever had.
Quick question about Mata Hari. You may also find some helpful hints by reading the comments of this post https: Gondola to Aspen Mountain Summit, go skiing, or hot air balloon through the mountains. We went there for 5 days. Just got back from our mini vaca to Savannah! We nearly did everything on this list and had the best time!!
Thanks for the suggestions. Happy to hear that you had an incredible time!! Did you make it to the secret speakeasy? We did make it there!! The doorman opened the door and asked if we were here for the burlesque show.. And our response was.. Such an awesome experience!!
Savannah, Georgia the oldest city in Georgia — this definitely is a place that I want to visit. My brother has moved to Charleston last year with his family and I will go to visit him and my nephews very soon.
When I go there it will be for a month or more so I can see all the wonderful things in the state of Georgia! Since my brother has moved I am dreaming of going to Savannah! Thanks for the wonderful post! I would love to visit and see all these wonderful places! I start to feel the lure of Savannah, Georgia, that sweet sickness that the French call le mal doux.
I need to sip her slowly, like a dry martini. When something is this good, you need to sip it slow and put it on your bucket list. Thanks for sharing useful post with us. I also Was planning to visiT Attractions in Georgia with my family, I think it was an awesome place for vacations with family. If you really want to know what to do, just ask the local people. Such a Great Information ,Thanks for sharing with us.
I also Was planning to visit and doing Amazing Things to do in Georgia with my family, I think it was an awesome place for vacations. First thing to do will be to go by the old home stead and see the house my children grew up in. Near Boniventure cemetery naturally!!
After that, visit Fam and friends. From there, who knows!!! Planning a trip with my best friend in April, and cant wait to try some of your great suggestions! Have a great time!!!
We just recently visited St. John never paid attention to it before now! Beyond that beautiful drive, there is nothing else to see- no historic homes, etc. Known for its rich flora Savannah, Georgia during the humid summer months supports a diverse wildlife population. Savannah prides itself on historic preservation.
This means that if a house is in the Historic district, chances are — surprise! Paula never even visits the restaurant nowadays. You should try Bakers Pride bakery on Derenne. Me and my girlfriends are gonna do Savanah because of Paula Dean ….. Hi Annette, on my way to Savannah and thought I would take a look and see what you had listed.
I saw that you were going and I am jealous!! Great bucket list,but,questas born and raised there,I have a couple of additional points ,you may want to add them. Johnnie Harris Bar b que,on Victory. The Brass Rail out on Tybee. And Fort Pulaski,Fort Scriven. Take a side trip to Dafuski Island,or St Helens.
Thank you for the insight! We will be traveling to Savannah in July and cannot wait! We are staying at the Hamilton Turner Inn for for a few days then we are heading to Tybee Island for a few days. We rented an SUV so we can visit the wildlife refuges, drive the coast and see some outlying areas. I hope that will allow us to meander and see all these wonderful recommendations without killing our legs and feet. Have a wonderful time. We just went there yesterday. Went to the underground garage, no places left.
When we went to exit, I told the gal at the window they were full, and she refused to look at me. I thought it was a total bust. I see that you visited Savannah quite some time ago. However, I just wanted to introduce this new company to you given your interest in fun and interesting activities. If you ever find yourself in Savannah again, I encourage you to let us know and perhaps see about joining us for a tour!
We have a website blackbettystours. Just came back from Savannah after attending a meeting. All were fantastic but for very different reasons and different types of cuisine. I also went to the beach at Hilton Head as the Savannah Westin has a reciprocal agreement with Westin Hilton Head to use their private beach. We also walked a bit after dinner and visited the local shops…my favorite Savannah Bee Company!
Here is a history lesson for all of the people who think that whites were the only people to own black sves. The first slaves were owned by southern blacks. At the risk of starting another upset. Slavery was far more complex than people want to believe. You are right rosemarie, African Americans were in fact often owned by there own race in the beginning.
They were also captured and sold by African warring tribes. There was also white slavery where in people white people where forced into slavery for various reasons. That being said any form of slavery in any time period in any place is wrong. I would like to point out that we should not delude ourselves into believing slavery has ended.
Human trafficking is still alive and well in the U. Having eaten there the food does in fact taste canned. I would much rather eat at Mrs. Wilkes or Southern Sisters. That is purely based on their food. Thank you for listening. We are visiting next week and are sad to hear that the best BBQ place in town Johnny Harris is now closed — does anyone have any ideas on what we can replace it with?
The Jepson Center, owned by the Telfair Academy, is housed in a great white building on York Street, signaling its intent to break the Savannah norm from the moment you look at it. Boulevard, is also hard to miss, with its beautiful courtyard — a perfect place to sit and enjoy the Savannah weather — and glass tower. Exhibitions that have made their American debut here have gone on to the Smithsonian and theirs always a fashion exhibit displayed.
Savannah has recently become a new branch of Old City Helicopters, a helicopter touring company that allows visitors and locals to see the city from a new perspective. The tours vary in time and prices, from a five-minute trip over Downtown Savannah to a two-hour ride that takes passengers over Tybee Island and Hilton Head.
Although technically not in Savannah, the Surf Lagoon Water Park on Pooler is just a short drive away and everyone will love it. They operate May to September, with a weekends only schedule in August click here for details , host birthday parties and give discounts to seniors, young children and the military. Photo by Corey Brooks. After a day of intense sightseeing everyone is hungry, especially ravenous teenagers.
Thankfully, Savannah is a hub for locally owned restaurants that put their special spin on dishes everyone loves. Meanwhile, the Lucas Theater offers plays, musicals and special Savannah Philharmonic concerts, among other events.
Together, the historic theaters screen well-loved movies every other weekend; next up are Priscilla Queen of the Desert on July 13 and Total Recall on August Every month the Waterfront Association hosts a fun bash on River Street, with fireworks every first Friday of the month and festivals devoted to everything from dogs to bacon, sweets, seafood and brews. Explore Tybee Tybee Island is the perfect spot for lovers of the outdoors.
Climb with Locals at the Savannah Climbing Coop A short drive from the Historic District , the Savannah Climbing Coop is the perfect spot for teens looking for a new adventure and the only bouldering gym in the area. See the City by Helicopter Savannah has recently become a new branch of Old City Helicopters, a helicopter touring company that allows visitors and locals to see the city from a new perspective.
Photo by Corey Brooks Eat Out After a day of intense sightseeing everyone is hungry, especially ravenous teenagers. Tybee Island Savannah's Beach. City Market Savannah's Entertainment.
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