Hotels in Malta
Malta, a Mediterranean gem, offers history, culture, and natural beauty. Whether exploring ancient temples, relaxing on beaches, or savoring local cuisine, the right hotel enhances your experience.
In Valletta, Malta's UNESCO World Heritage Site capital, boutique hotels occupy historic buildings. They provide a charming and authentic stay, with easy access to landmarks like St. John's Co-Cathedral and the Grandmaster's Palace.
Coastal towns like Sliema, St. Julian's, and Bugibba offer accommodations with waterfront views, excellent dining, and vibrant atmospheres. These locations are perfect for those who prefer a beachside setting.
Popular hotels in Malta
Cavalieri Art Hotel
Malta, Malta, St. Julians
Malta, Malta, Qawra
Sliema Hotel by ST Hotels
Malta, Malta, Sliema
Porto Azzurro Apart Hotel
Malta, Malta, St. Pauls Bay
Sliema Marina Hotel
Malta, Malta, Sliema
Blubay Apartments by ST Hotels
Malta, Malta, Sliema
Preluna Hotel and Spa
Malta, Malta, Sliema
Paradise Bay Resort Hotel
Malta, Malta, Mellieha
Malta, Malta, Qawra
AX Sunny Coast Resort and Spa
Malta, Malta, Qawra
Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz Gozo Malta
Malta, Malta, Gozo
Solana Hotel & Spa
Malta, Malta, Mellieha
Holiday resorts in Malta
Turn up the heat with a trip to Bugibba on the northern tip of Malta; it’s one of the most popular holiday destinations on the island. This bustling town may be small, but it has plenty of personality, with its lively main square and charming tavernas. It’s picturesque, too, with a pretty waterfront and contemporary hotels. There’s also a charming beach where you can sit back and relax in the sunshine. And as it’s part of the broader St Paul’s Bay area, which is also made up of St Paul’s and Qawra, you’ll find all kinds of water sports adventures going on nearby. You’ll be ready for drinks and dinner at one of Bugibba’s many welcoming establishments when you get back to town.
Things to do
Bugibba is a firm favourite among travellers to Malta, and it’s easy to see why. Tucked between St Paul’s and Qawra in the stunning St Paul’s Bay, you’ll feel like you’re staying in more than one resort. A stunning waterside promenade runs across the three towns, and Bugibba has its own small beach, too. You’ll also find a quaint harbour here, filled with pretty painted boats that add a burst of colour to already charming scenery. Don’t forget to bring your camera, as this part of Malta is perfect for budding photographers. If you want to see somewhere new, why not take a trip over to one of Malta’s islands? Gozo and Comino are just idyllic.
One of Bugibba’s major draws is the glorious weather that the resort enjoys. Malta has some of the best weather anywhere in Europe, so you can look forward to plenty of lazy days lounging around in the warm Mediterranean sunshine. There are lots of little pebbled beaches in and around Bugibba, so you can try and find a nice quiet one for the day. If you’d rather relax on a sandy beach, head to the town’s main stretch, Perched Beach.
When you’re ready for some action, Bugibba has lots of fun-filled water sports to try out. Have a go at waterskiing and jet skiing, or get your pulse racing on a white-knuckle banana boat ride. If you’re a scuba diver, or feel like learning while you’re away, head to one of the town’s dive centres and book an exciting trip. If you’d rather stay dry, go on a boat trip across the bay and see the impressive statue that dominates St. Paul’s Island.
Spend the day sightseeing at 14th century St. Paul’s Church, watching the kids splash around at Bugibba Water Park as you explore the promenade, or just relaxing at the beach. Then head to the town’s main square for the evening as you sip a few drinks and try the local cuisine. There’s something to suit all manner of budgets, whether you want to settle down for a long meal or eat a sunset takeaway on a bench.
Malta's largest resort‚ Sliema offers a long and reinvigorating shoreline, modern hotels, great international shops and a cosmopolitan vibe. On a peninsula‚ Sliema Strand looks out to Valletta. Enjoy a drink in an array of cafés‚ bars and restaurants whilst enjoying views across the harbour. Pronounced ‘Slee–maaʼ, Sliema has a choice of inviting bars and restaurants that, when the sun sets, form part of the resort's low key nightlife and make the perfect places to enjoy sunset views across the harbour.
Things to do
Located on the northeast coast of Malta next to St Julian's, you'll love Sliema's stunning Mediterranean weather and relaxing atmosphere. You can unwind in the sun, try a delicious locally-sourced meal at a taverna or enjoy activities such as snorkelling and diving. But there’s more; as Sliema’s old fishing village also offers boutique shopping and a bustling nightlife. And of course, like any great Mediterranean destination, the seafront promenade is the perfect place for an evening stroll or to simply to sit and watch the waves of people go by.
If you’re after a sun-drenched getaway by the sea, look no further than Sliema. Malta has some of the best weather across the whole of Europe, and a beautiful island setting in the Mediterranean between Sicily and North Africa. Sit back and soak up some golden sunshine at one of the lidos dotted along the coast, and spice up your day with some water sports or scuba diving.
When it’s time to explore, there’s lots of fascinating ancient history around Malta, which is nice and small for getting around. Hire a car to visit prehistoric temples, or go sightseeing in Sliema itself. Stroll around the seafront to Manoel Island, or spend some time in the peaceful surroundings of one of the local churches. If you need to keep the kids entertained, there’s everything from marine parks to water parks close by.
Soak up the culture in Valletta by taking the short ferry across the harbour, or set sail on a boat trip to the small and peaceful islands of Gozo and Comino. When it’s dinner time, feast on local specialities like the freshly caught seafood. Settle down for the evening at the pretty Sliema Marina as you enjoy the atmosphere of this incredible destination.
Qawra holidays, pronounced ‘awra’, will take you to one of Malta’s most popular resorts. You’ll find it on the north-east coast of the island, and you can expect a classic sun, sea and sand combination. Qawra is set around stunning St Paul’s Bay, boasting a sun-soaked beach running along azure waters. It’s a real hotspot for water sports, too, with as much water-skiing, and scuba diving as you like. The kids will love the beach, and there are also plenty of family-friendly attractions to explore together. Love history? This island is full of unusual sites dating back thousands of years. There’s plenty of natural wonders to see too, so whether you’re enjoy the summer sun or a winter break, holidays to Qawra are great all year round.
Things to do
This modern holiday resort maintains a sense of Maltese tradition. You’ll find lots of luxury high-rise hotels along the seafront, with bustling bars and cafés lining the promenade. And then there’s the 16th century Qawra Tower to explore. This former fortress is now home to a swimming pool and restaurant. If you want to get away from it all, there are lots of quiet coves to hide in along St Paul’s Bay. And when you’re ready to take a break from the sunny beaches, why not step it up a gear at a water sports centre?
Qawra is so close to Bugibba that the two towns are almost one big resort. This gives you a great choice of things to do, whether you want to spend your time relaxing or sightseeing. If you want a restful holiday, lounge around by the sea at Qawra Point, or stroll along the seafront to Perched Beach in Bugibba. There’s lots of water sports to try when you feel like some action, and boat trips out across St. Paul’s Bay. From aquariums to water parks, there’s plenty to keep you busy.
If you’re interested in Malta’s history or just love to sightsee, don’t miss the island’s incredible temple complexes. Skorba is just a short drive from Qawra, while Mnajdra and Hagar Qim are a bit further away on the south coast. Explore ruins that are over 5,000 years old, while taking in the stunning scenery around you.
If you want to be active while you’re away, hire a car and head to some of Malta’s other great spots. Visit historic watchtowers, spend some time in capital Valetta, or relax in the spectacular sands of Mellieha Beach. When it’s time to sit down for dinner, go for a romantic meal along the seafront, or head over to Bugibba’s vibrant main square. Whatever kind of holiday you’re after, you’re sure to have a lovely break in Qawra.
St Pauls Bay
Holidays to St Paul’s Bay are ideal for those who want a taste of the highlife, but also want to experience some authentic Maltese culture. Now the largest resort on the island’s north coast, it began as a small fishing village. St Paul's Bay also contains two vibrant zones: Bugibba and Qawra. Despite blossoming into one of Malta’s most popular tourist destinations, it’s still home to native Maltese families, who have ensured that the resort has retained much of its original charm. Take a sunset stroll along the beautiful promenade with a loved one, and enjoy a leisurely drink in one of the bars or restaurants. Families are spoilt for choice when it comes to things to see and do. Take one of the regular cruises around the bay, or spend an afternoon exploring prehistoric caves and megalithic temples. Although there is some nightlife, the resort is quieter than some of its neighbours, making St Paul’s Bay holidays perfect for those who want to enjoy their holiday to Malta at their own pace.
Steeped in culture, Valletta is not only Malta’s capital city but a UNESCO paradise waiting to be explored. Captivating you with its 16th-century baroque architecture and waterfront setting, it’s easy to get lost in its beauty. Chic cafes sit alongside its cobbles, buzzing bars spill out onto hidden alleys, while exotic gardens provide scenic Grand Harbour views. It may be one of Europe’s smallest cities, but this open-air museum is home to Malta’s most impressive dining scene and plays host to a wide range of big-name events including Malta Fashion Week.
Things to do
Hidden behind Valletta’s fortified walls is a time capsule of landmarks dating back thousands of years. From St John's Co-Cathedral to the Grand Master’s Palace and Manoel Theatre, each alleyway reveals a new relic. Weave in and out of impressive medieval structures, before stopping off at Republic Street whose fascinating architecture includes quirky cafes and WW2 remnants. Stop by on a Sunday and you’ll be welcomed by a large market selling homemade crafts, local bites and funky caricatures.
When you’ve topped up your history knowledge on all things Knights of St. John, grab a coffee and take in the sights from the Upper Barrakka Gardens, one of Valletta’s best viewpoints. While you’re admiring one of the only natural harbours in the Mediterranean, listen out for the Saluting Battery cannons which are fired twice daily.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre with a stroll along Valletta’s waterfront, where luxury yachts bob on the water and restaurants tempt you in with rich Maltese stews and crispy calamari. If you’re looking to sunbathe, you can reach Gozo and its five beaches in less than 45 minutes via ferry, which you can catch straight from the Grand Harbour. Or, take a sunset boat tour along the shoreline and watch the city come to light under the moonlit sky.
If for you a break away is all about enjoying a touch of the high life then holidays to St Julian’s are perfect. Located on Malta’s north coast right next to resort town Sliema and the capital Valletta, what started out as a small fishing village has blossomed into one of the country’s hottest holiday hotspots. Although you’ll find plenty of 5-star hotels and some very sleek yachts bobbing about in the harbour, this resort hasn’t lost any of its authentic charm. Down by the bay, you’ll find restaurants serving traditional Maltese meals and a town bustling with shops, from upmarket boutiques to quirky stores selling local handicrafts.
St Julian’s holidays also introduce you to the coolest nightlife on the island that’s close enough to hit the bars if you want to, and far enough away that you can have a peaceful night in. Paceville, just to the west of here, is where you’ll find the bars, clubs, and pubs, where the partying goes long into the night. With its own Blue Flag Beach, holidays to St Julian’s have got all the vital ingredients to make your break one to remember.
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Holidays to Greece are a must for the sunseekers, the foodies, the history buffs and the revellers. The beaches alone are an Instragrammers dream.
Why go on holiday to Greece?
Greece and its islands are nothing short of captivating. With those glittering coves, sun-bleached ruins and postcard-worthy cobbled streets. And when you’re done admiring the country’s good looks, you’ve got historical sights at every turn - so you’ll always find things to do.
Greece holiday highlights
• Climb the Acropolis in Rhodes
• Visit the abandoned shipwreck in Zante
• Sunbathe on the pink sands in Crete
• Swim through the tunnel of love in Corfu
Where to holiday in Greece?
To the mythic mainland or the idyllic Greek islands? Holidays to Greece will tick endless swimming spots, historic trails and instagram-worthy beaches off your checklist. From crowd-free spots in Skopelos to big-name party destinations like Zante - Greece can be as high-octane or secluded as you want them to be.
Best for couples: While Santorini is the honeymoon favourite, the Greek islands are brimming with romantic sights. From the pink sands in Crete to the Canal D’Amour in Corfu. For some 5 star Greece luxury, check out the Stella Island Luxury Resort & Spa.
Best for families: Hersonissos, Corfu and Crete are a must for classic family holidays in Greece. Check out 5 star Corfu Holiday Palace, with its child-friendly waterparks, or the Mitsis Blue Domes with its 10 pools! Bonus points if you visit the Star Beach water park, it’s voted one of the best in Europe.
Best for beaches: Crete is the most popular spot for beach holidays in Greece, with 650 miles of turquoise coastline. From golden stretches to rocky coves. Find genuine paradise on the white sands of Balos Beach Lagoon.
Best for party-goers: Energetic Mykonos, Crete and Kos are known for their vibrant nightlife, with world-class beach parties, A-list revellers and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Malia, Stalis, Faliraki, Kardamena and Laganas are all lively hotspots.
Best for sights: Historic Rhodes is home to a medieval Old Town, impressive fortresses and archaeological ruins. Be close to the sights with a stay at The Ixian Grand. Athens’ ancient history also makes for a bucket-list worthy Greek getaway.
Best for adventures: Corfu’s olive groves and pine-clad forests are a must for avid hikers. For secluded bliss, head to the pocket-sized hideaways in Skiathos and Kefalonia, or under-the-radar Lefkas and Thassos .
Unsure of the best time of the year to visit? Check the weather in Greece to see which month is right for you.
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Greek island holidays remain the top choice for sun lovers, foodies and adventure seekers. With balmy sunshine, ancient sites and harbourside tavernas, these rugged beauties know just how to reel you in.
And when you’re not lapping up blue skies on sandy coastlines, or trekking through whitewashed mountain villages, you’ve got the best nightlife in the Mediterranean at your feet. From their stunning good looks to the endless things to do, it’s no wonder Greek island holidays are a summertime favourite.
Greek islands at a glance
• Watch the sunset over the blue domes in Santorini
• Rub shoulders with A-listers in party hub Mykonos
• See loggerhead turtles in under-the-radar Kefalonia
• Uncover the medieval city of Rhodes
All the Greek islands have their own unique charm, but which is right for you? Let's dive in...
Best Greek island holidays for hopping
Always fancied island hopping? Why not pack multiple destinations into your Greek island holiday? Touch down in Crete and board the direct ferries for a day trip to Santorini, or from Kos to Rhodes. Or stay in Kavos and springboard to the tiny islands of Paxos and Antipaxos.
Best Greek island holidays for peace and quiet
In search of less touristy Greek island holidays? Step away from it all with a peaceful stay in Kefalonia. You can spot sea turtles in Katelios Bay, ride horses through the Sami mountains and descend into the Drogarati caves, 60 metres below ground.
Laid-back Lefkas (or Lefkada) is another under-the-radar destination for those seeking quieter holidays to the Greek islands. This rugged beauty boasts pastel-coloured boulevards, fringed by wild waterfalls and striking natural caverns.
Best Greek island holidays for romance
For first-timers and romantics, Santorini is a must. All blue-dome chapels and whitewashed walkways, this has to be one of the most magical Greek island holidays for couples. Take the 300-step descent down to Amoudi Bay for a swoon-worthy sunset stroll.
Best Greek island holidays for party animals
Holidays to the Greek islands aren’t limited to sun lounging and feta-eating. If you’re looking for a party scene to rival Ibiza, Mykonos is it! Behind its pretty facade, this island is host to the wildest celeb hotspot in the Med.
Best Greek island holidays for families with kids
Rhodes is one of the best Greek islands to explore with the kids. Alongside its sheltered beaches and shallow waters, its Old Town feels like an endless museum, with knights and ancient relics galore.
Away from party-central Laganas, Zante is another one of the best Greek islands for a family holiday. Watch turtles nesting on Kalamaki Beach, find thrills at Water Village and take in the sights from the Trainaki train. Why not make the most of your trip with a Greek island holiday package.
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Luring you in with Blue Flag awarded beaches made for lazy sunbathing stints, ancient ruins dating back as far as the 3rd century and an electric nightlife attracting world-renowned DJs, Cyprus holidays are one-of-a-kind. And that’s just the beginning, think waterfront restaurants combining the flavours of Greece and Turkey, splash-filled waterparks perfect for families and most importantly, a sizzling summer climate.
Things to do
Whether you’re a history buff seeking out UNESCO-listed hotspots or a hardcore reveller looking for the best cocktail venues in Ayia Napa, holidays to Cyprus are action-packed. And if you’re just wanting to lounge around on one of its 160 beaches, relaxing getaways are aplenty too.
For starters, Coral Bay oozes tranquility with a swathe of golden sand calling you to top up your tan. Meanwhile, Nissi Beach is known as the beach that never sleeps thanks to its live music and thrilling watersports. As for Lara Bay, well that’s an isolated sand spot dedicated to protecting loggerhead turtles.
For those with kids, the Mediterranean coastline is best explored via horseback (especially at sunset). And when the ocean doesn’t cut it, WaterWorld is a must! It’s the largest themed waterpark in Cyprus, daring you to slide down its freefall kamikaze and float along its lazy river. Not to mention the splash zones for tinier tots, inflatable obstacle courses and bubbling hot tubs.
When you want to get wet and wild among nature's finest, Adonis Baths promises cascading waterfalls. Or, you can always check out the largest rock formation Petra tou Romiou, the birthplace of the goddess Aphrodite. Legend has it that if you swim around the rock three times, you’ll be granted eternal beauty.
No trip is complete without visiting the archaeological marvel, Tomb of the Kings. Around 100 Ptolemaic aristocrats are estimated to have been buried there, along with a substantial trove of jewels and personal effects! Trek up the Troodos Mountains and you’ll be greeted by another phenomenon, Kykkos Monastery founded in the 11th century. Here alongside timeless manuscripts and antiques lies the silver-gilded icon of the Virgin Mary.
Places to stay
Cyprus is an island of contrast! Head to the rustic fishing village of Latchi for quaint tavernas and a relaxed welcome. Or, check out our Ayia Napa holidays if you want to party until sunrise. When it comes to sands that resemble the Caribbean, Nissi Bay holidays and Protaras are firm family favourites.
And when you want to be next door to some of the world’s most important archaeological sites, Paphos should be your go-to. There’s no shortage of luxury either thanks to the superyachts decorating the coastline of Limassol. This cosmopolitan resort has a fantastic mix of award-winning beaches, designer stores and historical relics; the ruined city Kourion, in particular, will lure you in with its cocktail of cultures.
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Holidays to Italy are sure to capture your imagination. Whether you’re seeking a break in a bustling city hopping from one ancient landmark to another, planning a remote island getaway among glitzy yachts and Michelin-starred restaurants, or simply want to kick back and relax on one of the country’s beautiful beaches. It’s no surprise that this idyllic hotspot is one of Europe’s top destinations.
Discover timeless architecture, Roman ruins, rustic villages, fortified wines, and world-renowned food around every corner. Grab a gelato as you wander through cobbled alleyways before checking out designer stores in Italy’s big-name cities. And if you’re guaranteed one thing, it’s romance! From cocktails in front of the Colosseum to gondola rides in Venice and breathtaking ocean vistas along the Amalfi Coast - there’s no better place to pop the question than a holiday to Italy.
Things to do
With so many bucket-list adventures and famous landmarks it can be hard to know where to begin. However, few Italy holidays are complete without paying a visit to the impressive Vatican City, where the iconic Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica showcases some of the best High Renaissance art in the world. And when you’ve had your history fix, pigging out on pizza in the birthplace of the Italian crust, Naples, is a given. Or, you can always tour Tuscany’s winding roads and Sardinia’s vibrant vineyards.
For natural marvels, a trip to Pompeii will have you reaching for your camera with Mount Vesuvius as your backdrop. But if the coast is more your scene, Capri and Tropea are teeming with sun-kissed stretches. Holidaying with the kids in tow? Check out Italy’s largest waterpark featuring a 42-metre-tall drop slide and pirate ship! Or for little daredevils, Gardaland Park features some impressive rollercoasters. And Shrek fans can unleash their inner Sir Lancelot with a visit to one of the country’s medieval castles.
Places to stay
Cities like Rome, Naples and Florence in central Italy habitat some of the country’s best cultural attractions. Further south, the picturesque towns of Sorrento and the Bay of Naples, offer a piece of traditional Italian life with authentic experiences, excellent food and fresh locally grown produce. Sardinia’s wild coastlines and secluded coves make it the perfect spot for sightseeing by car. If you’re after awe-inspiring architecture, then Sicily is packed with must-see marvels, such as the original Greek settlement of Ortigia in Syracuse, breathtaking baroque towns like Modica and Ragusa Ibla, as well as beautiful natural landscapes.
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Turkey holidays are full of delights, from serene, golden beaches to a history spanning thousands of years and mouth-watering cuisine. There’s no shortage of bucket list-worthy attractions either, whether you’ve come here to paraglide over those famous Blue Lagoon waters or enjoy a soak in Pamukkale's hot springs.
And with a foot in both Asia and Europe, Turkiye holidays bring you the best of both continents. Swap Istanbul’s trendy neighbourhoods and modern museums for a glimpse into the mystic Sufi culture in Konya.
Things to do
There are endless things to do in Turkiye, whether you book a short city break or settle in one of its sundrenched beach resorts.
If you’re staying in Istanbul, you shouldn't miss a chance to tick off the city's impressive mosques such as Sultanahmet (aka Blue Mosque ) or Hagia Sophia with its stunning Byzantine beauty. Those keen to shop will also appreciate the bustling Grand Bazaar for its handcrafted items and unique atmosphere. Meanwhile, did you know Istanbul is one of the world’s only transcontinental cities? Part lies in Asia and the other sits in Europe, giving it two very two different sides.
Other must-see attractions in Turkey include the ancient city of Ephesus and the breathtaking 'fairy chimney' rock formations of Cappadocia. Alternatively, see the enormous Roman Theatre of Aspendos in the Antalya region, or visit the equally astounding Greco-Roman ruins of Pergamum (or Pergamon) in Bergama, Izmir.
At Turkiye’s modern beach resorts, you can enjoy days on the picturesque coast before tucking into a meal at a family-run restaurant. When night falls, sip on a freshly-made cocktail while watching live music, or dance the night away at one of its late-closing clubs.
The Turquoise Coast
Many of the most popular holiday destinations in Turkey can be found on the Turquoise Coast (in the southwest), which is recognised for its stunning pine-covered scenery. With over 400 miles of coastline in Antalya alone, it’s a big hit with beach lovers. It’s also home to Olu Deniz’s breathtaking Blue Lagoon, one of Turkiye’s most photographed shores for its bright blue waters and beautiful milky sands.
Another popular Turquoise Coast resort is the lively seaside town of Marmaris, where a traditional Old Town meets a smart marina. This idyllic area is also perfect for honeymooners, particularly Bodrum, where couples can step away from its beautiful bays and discover amazing antique wonders.
Places to stay
Wherever you stay, you’re never far from a sun-drenched sand spot or a dose of culture. Only a short 20-minute drive from Ephesus, Kusadasi is a great pick for visiting one of Turkey’s best-preserved cities. For a mix of family fun, history and lively nights, look no further than bustling Marmaris with a stay at the Grand Yazici Club Turban Thermal Hotel.
Or if you’re looking for something a little more upmarket, the Antalya region is full of luxury hotels and Long Beach Resort Hotel & Spa Deluxe is as fancy as it gets! For the beach at your feet, Delphin Be Grand Resort has its own private stretch, while adrenaline junkies will appreciate the easy access to Wet & Wild waterpark from Aska Lara Resort & Spa.
Hoping to delve into the country’s past? Base yourself in beautiful Bodrum! This historical hotspot is like stepping foot inside an open-air museum with its amphitheatre, 300-year-old village and ancient city of Halicarnassus – home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World! And you won’t have to wander far for a day on the sand thanks to its stunning peninsular beaches. If that hasn’t tempted you, a stay at the adult-only Marmara hotel will, with its panoramic views of Bodrum Castle.
If you want to truly get away from it all on your holiday to Turkey, you can always retreat to Club Tuana Fethiye. Situated in the under-the-radar city of Fethiye, it’s perfect for couples seeking a slower pace. Lose yourself among the streets of the Old Town and haggle your way around traditional markets before sipping cocktails in one of Fethiye's swanky marina setups.
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