Are you planning to visit Paris for 2 days but not sure how to spend your time? This 2 days in Paris itinerary will show you all the best places not to miss!
Two days in Paris might not seem like a lot of time but there is plenty that you can see and do if you plan your visit well.
This is a compact city and with a bit of careful preparation, you can cover many of the most popular sites and destinations.
To help you make the most of your short visit, I’ve put together this detailed 2 days in Paris itinerary to guide you.
This itinerary for 2 days in Paris has a little bit of everything! From famous museums like the Louvre, beautiful parks like the Tuileries, historical monuments like Arc de Triomphe, beautiful bridges, shopping places, and viewpoints to artistic attractions! So, you’ll be able to see all the highlights of the city even if you’re spending just 2 days.
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But before we dive in, I want to disclose that this itinerary assumes that you have 2 complete days in Paris and that you want to see as much as possible during your 2 days in Paris stay and that you’re ready to walk since most places are all near each other — after all Paris is a city best explored on foot.
If you’re visiting Paris for the first time, you may want to read these tips for first-time visitors to Paris to have a better idea of what to expect. You may also find these Paris travel tips helpful. You can also check out my Paris weekend itinerary if your trip falls on a weekend.
Before You Go, Here’s How to Plan Your Visit To Paris: Practical Quick Tips
WHERE TO STAY
Best Eiffel Tower Views: Hôtel Le Walt (9.0)
Luxury stay: Shangri-La Paris (9.2)
Mid-range stay: Hôtel Eiffel (8.7)
Budget Stay: People – Paris Bercy (8.9)
Apartment Rental: Résidence Charles Floquet (9.1)
- Don’t forget to take Travel Insurance. Request a free quote from my favorite insurance, World Nomads. (More on this at the end of the article.)
- Prepare your trip extensively with this Paris Travel guidebook.
- Don’t forget a universal travel adapter, a travel neck pouch, and comfortable walking shoes.
- Consider getting either the museum pass or the Paris city pass if you plan to visit a lot of attractions. The city pass comes with free transportation and access to the hop-on-hop-off bus. You can read my Paris museum pass review to see if it’s right for you.
- Book this private transfer from CDG airport to Paris to avoid the hustle of figuring out how to get to Paris.
Where to Stay if You’re Visiting Paris for 2 Days
If you haven’t decided on where to stay in Paris, this might be a good time to book a place.
Paris has many accommodation options from hotels in Montmartre, hotels in the Latin Quarter, hotels near the Louvre museum, and hotels with Eiffel Tower views to apartment rentals with views of the Eiffel Tower.
But since it can be overwhelming to choose, I’ll give you 3 options to select from below that cater to all budgets.
Motel One Paris-Porte Dorée: This modern hotel is affordable and offers a great base for your 48 hours in Paris. It is not totally central but that problem is overcome by its proximity to the Porte Doree metro which effectively gives you access to the whole city.
Elysées Union: This charming hotel is located in the heart of the prestigious 16th Arrondissement. It is perfect for those traveling on a mid-range budget and affords views of the Eiffel tower. As you are only in Paris for 2 days, its position is a great bonus since you can reach many attractions on foot.
Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel: Positioned near the foot of the Eiffel tower, this four-star hotel allows its guests to cloak themselves in luxury during their 2 nights in Paris. It is popular with filmmakers and celebrities and has played host to big names as diverse as Elizabeth Taylor and Usain Bolt, so you can be assured of a top-notch experience.
Résidence Charles Floquet: If you like a little more independence than a normal hotel then this might be the place for you. Extremely close to the Eiffel Tower, this residence offers an array of apartment options ranging from one-person units to luxury six-bed apartments with terraces overlooking the Eiffel Tower. In terms of seeing Paris in two days, you are perfectly placed to launch yourself into the city.
2 Days in Paris Itinerary: How to Spend 2 Days in Paris
I’ve structured this 2 days in Paris itinerary step by step to help you follow along with ease.
I’ve also carefully selected these places to make sure that the attractions suggested are close to each other, and in case you need to go to a place a bit further, I will suggest the best metro line to take.
Day 1 of Your 2 Days In Paris Itinerary
Wake up early, wear comfortable shoes, get your day’s essentials, and brace yourself because your first day is packed with lots of activities.
Stop 1: Watch The Sunrise From The Trocadéro
First, on this itinerary for Paris 2 days is a sunrise at one of the most beautiful sunrise spots in Paris.
The Trocadéro is right across the Seine from the Eiffel Tower giving you a direct view of the iron lady.
Few places in Paris offer you sunrise views of the tower as you will have from here and the photo opportunities definitely make up for having to leave your warm bed so early.
The best part is that few people will be there at this time of the day, so you’ll get to take photos of the Eiffel Tower at the magic hour with few to no crowds.
After watching the sunrise, you can also stroll around the Trocadéro gardens to take in the Eiffel Tower from various points.
Stop 2: Grab A French Breakfast
A rich dark coffee accompanied by an oven-fresh croissant is part of what makes Paris so special and on a 2-day Paris itinerary, you need to build in time for this little extravagance.
And since the Eiffel Tower will not be open at this time, the best way to spend time now is to indulge in a French breakfast.
You will find Café du Trocadero open no matter when you arrive, and if you can’t get in there, then head next door to the Carette in Paris with its wonderful views.
After breakfast, walk towards Champs de Mars and you’ll be right in front of the imposing Eiffel Tower.
Pro tip* If you don’t feel like waking up early for the sunrise and your hotel room comes with breakfast, you can start your 2 days in Paris itinerary by visiting the Eiffel Tower which opens at 9 AM.
Stop 3: Take in the Beauty of Paris From The Eiffel Tower
You can’t visit Paris and not see the Eiffel Tower regardless of how long you’re in the city for.
It might not be a legal obligation, but if you don’t visit the Eiffel Tower at least once, people will think you are odd and you’ll miss out on a great deal too.
There are several options here. You can climb the stairs to the 2nd floor, you can ride a lift to the very top, or you can simply admire from the tower’s base.
Of all these options, I recommend climbing to both the second floor and the summit with the lift to take in the stunning views of Paris while saving time.
Remember this is one of the busiest landmarks in Paris, and if you are doing Paris in 2 days, it is definitely worth booking in advance to not waste time in queues.
In that case, this is the Eiffel Tower entry ticket to both the 2nd floor and the summit you’ll need, but if you’d rather go with a knowledgable guide to learn more about the history and facts of the tower, then I recommend booking this Eiffel Tower guided Tour.
A visit to the Eiffel Tower should take you 1 or 2 hours depending on how long you choose to spend. From here, you’ll have to take take the metro at Bir-Hakeim station and head to Arc de Triomphe.
Stop 4: Stop at Pont Bir-Hakeim
To get to the Arc de Triomphe from the Eiffel Tower, the closest metro you’ll probably take is Bir-Hakeim and this gives you a great opportunity to top at one of the most beautiful bridges in Paris, Pont Bir-Hakeim.
Besides giving impressive views of the Eiffel Tower, this bridge is stunning with its columns and lamps and it’s worth stopping at in my opinion.
From Bir-Hakeim Metro Station, take Metro line 6 (M6) in the direction of Charles de Gaulle – Étoile and stop at Charles de Gaulle – Étoile. Use one of the underground passageways for pedestrians and you’ll be at the Arc de Triomphe.
Stop 5: See Paris From The Top of The Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe is almost as well known as the Eiffel Tower and if you have ever watched any footage of Paris from above, you are almost bound to have seen it.
The Arc de Triomphe is a Parisian monument that honors the soldiers that fought and died for France during the French revolution and Napoleonic wars.
The Arc itself is very impressive with the names of all the French victories and generals inscribed on it as well as the eternal flame that keeps burning beneath it in honor of an unknown soldier from world war I, but what’s even more surreal are the views it gives when you climb to its observation deck.
In my opinion, you get the most beautiful views of Paris from here, so even if you are only in Paris for two days, this is one place not to miss.
At this time of the day, there are likely to be more people queueing, so the best way to avoid the queues is to purchase this Arc de Triomphe skip-the-line ticket in advance.
Stop 6: Stroll The Champs-Elysées
Since the Arc de Triomphe is located on the Champs-Élysées, visiting this avenue at this time would make total sense.
This enormous boulevard is one of the most famous luxury shopping streets in the world and offers an excellent window-shopping experience.
It houses some of the most luxurious French brands and international ones like Louis Vuitton, and Dior but also high-quality but affordable brands like Zara, Mac, Lacoste, and more.
On top of the world-famous international brands, you’ll also find some of the most luxurious French handbag brands, French skincare brands, French makeup brands, French lingerie brands, French watch brands, French jewelry brands, French perfume brands, and more.
If you want to purchase anything, you might need to dig deep in your pocket but even if you buy nothing, just window shopping at one of the luxurious avenues in Paris is pretty satisfying.
Stop 7: Grab Lunch (Optional)
At this time of the day, it’s likely to be lunch hours and Champs-Elysées is the perfect place to dine.
There are so many restaurants to choose from — from fast foods to gastronomical dining. If you’re into the latter, you can check out Fouquet’s, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon Étoile, or Café Joyeux Champs-Élysées, or Flora Danica.
For fast food and budget-friendly dining, you’ll find Five Guys, and McDonald’s, or you can even indulge in some French pastries at Ladurée Champs-Elysées. Ladurée also sells some of the best macarons in Paris if you want to pick up some.
After your lunch break, continue walking along Champs-Elysées and brand off to Av. Winston Churchill to your next stop. The walk could take anywhere between 10 to 20 minutes depending on where exactly you were at Champs-Elysées.
Stop 8: Visit Pont Alexandre III, Grand Palais, Petit Palais, And Les Invalides
These four iconic French places could suck up weeks of your time, but with just 2 days in Paris, you need to budget your time carefully.
Their proximity to each other makes them easily accessible from the Champs-Elysée and you can at least walk around them to soak up some of the impressive history and ambiance.
First, take in the beauty of Petit Palais! You might even want to take photos with its golden gate since it’s one of the Instagrammable places in Paris and see the Grand Palais too, but the highlight of this stroll is no doubt Pont Alexandre III.
Pont Alexandre III is the most beautiful bridge in Paris! On top of its grandeur beauty, lamps, and sculptures, it offers stunning views of the Eiffel Tower and you can also get a glimpse of the unique roof of the Grand Palais, the Seine River, and Les Invalides from here.
After Pont Alexandre III, continue your walk to Les Invalides! This monumental building houses the Army museum and the tomb of Napoleon but I recommend not entering to visit but rather taking in its architectural beauty from outside.
Though you may be short on time, this area is one of the best places to visit in Paris in 2 days.
After visiting this area, the next stop on your two days in Paris itinerary is Montmartre. You can walk to Metro Concorde and take M12 in the direction of Mairie d’Aubervilliers and stop at Abbesses station and you’ll be in Montmartre.
Stop 9: Take in The Charms of Montmartre
Montmartre is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Paris. This area, which has influenced so many of the world’s most renowned artists, still has a quaint village feel about it and is not to be missed.
It continues to inspire artists today and you will find painters selling their works at Place du Tertre and a mind-boggling array of street performers, as well as dozens of quaint little cafes and restaurants.
At this point in your 2 day Paris visit, you are fully entitled to feel a little hungry and if you make your way to La Maison Rose you might be lucky enough to find an outside table on the delightful cobbled street. If you didn’t have lunch at Champs-Elysées and prefer a late lunch, Montmartre has so many options.
Continue your stroll along Rue de l’Abreuvoir which is one of the prettiest streets in Paris to see Place Dalida, and take in the views of Sacre Couer at the end of the street.
After that, a quick visit to Square Johan Rictus where you can grab some shots of the “I Love You Wall“.
There is an infinite number of things to see in Montmartre that you could easily spend an entire day exploring its cute streets, attractions, and hidden gems.
You can use my article on the best things to do in Montmartre to see which attractions not to miss while visiting, or you can book this guided walking tour of Montmartre that will take you through all the highlights of the neighborhood while giving you historical facts about them.
While still in Montmartre, make your way to Sacre Coeur Basilica.
Stop 10: Visit Sacre Coeur Basilica
Sacre Coeur is one of the most famous churches in Paris. The exterior architecture of Sacre Coeur is as impressive as its interior.
It has the largest mosaic in France and the archways plus the hand-painted murals of the biblical scenes in the basilica will take your breath away.
In addition to the beauty of the church itself, you will be exposed to wonderful views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower which may well be lit up by the time you climb the dome to take in the vast panorama.
Don’t leave just yet, Sacre Coeur also has an impressive crypt that most people ignore but it’s worth seeing in my opinion.
Stop 11: See the Sinking House
Just next to Sacre Coeur, there is the sinking house — a camera illusion that you shouldn’t miss capturing.
From one angle, it might look like a normal house but from others, it will look like a house sinking to the ground. So move around the Sacre Coeur steps until you find the right shot.
After enjoying the beauty of Sacre Coeur, head to Moulin Rouge for a perfect way to end the first day of your Paris in 2 days itinerary.
Stop 12: Watch a Cabaret At The Moulin Rouge
If you only have two nights in Paris, then watching a cabaret show at the Moulin Rouge is surely a great way to pass one of them.
The city offers vibrant nightlife but this club, with its renowned burlesque performances, surely has to be among the best known in the world.
It was, after all, the birthplace of the can-can which has since been copied in dance halls and burlesque clubs all around the world.
It is electric and luxurious and you are assured of memories that will last you a lifetime.
Moulin Rouge offers 2 cabaret options — one with dinner and one with just champagne. Since this will already be around 9 PM, I recommend opting for the dinner show so that you don’t have to look for dinner after the show.
However, the dinner show doesn’t come cheap, so if you’d rather watch with just champagne, then you should first have dinner at one of the many restaurants in Montmartre and then go for the show.
You should also know that the cabaret shows at Moulin Rouge book out fast, so I recommend booking your spot in advance.
Pheew… If you followed this 2 days in Paris itinerary from the beginning, you must be very exhausted but luckily for you, this is the end of day one! You can now relax at your hotel, and get enough rest as tomorrow is also going to be jam-packed.
Day 2 of Your 2 Days in Paris Itinerary
Welcome to the second day in the city of love! To get the most out of your visit to Paris in 2 days, just like day 1, make sure that you wake up early to be able to see a lot.
Stop 1: Have Breakfast
Since you have already experienced the cute cafes of Paris on day one, you may want to have your breakfast at the hotel or just pop in any cafe near your hotel to start your day right.
Depending on where you’re coming from, you can either walk or take the metro to Place de la Concorde. The nearest metro is Concorde which you can get to by either taking M1, M12, or M8 depending on where you’re coming from.
Stop 2: Explore Place de la Concorde
One of the best things to do in Paris in 2 days is to explore Place de la Concorde and this will be your first stop on day 2.
Right in the middle of the 8th Arrondissement, it is the largest square in Paris covering 7.6 hectares (18.8 acres).
It is famous for housing Luxor Obelisk – a 3,300-year-old Egyptian obelisk gifted to France by Egypt but you’ll also find two impressive fountains Fontaine des Mers and Fontaine des Fleuves.
Place de la Concorde was also the place for many of the more infamous beheadings during the French Revolution notably, King Louis XVI.
Stop 3: Stroll Through Jardin De Tuileries
From Place de la Concorde, it is a short stroll to these magnificent formal gardens of Jardin De Tuileries.
This is a wonderful place to escape the urban hustle and bustle while remaining within the urban confines of the city.
Wander beneath the trees, admire the view or just do a little people-watching. And while you’re strolling, stop at the central fountain where you’ll have a picture-perfect view of the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Élysées, and the Luxor Obelisk.
Jardin De Tuileries also has many sculptures, so it’s a great way to get ready for your visit to the Louvre museum later in the day.
On day two of your Paris visit, you may want to start slowly by visiting one of the most beautiful gardens in Paris.
Stop 4: Make Your Way to Pont des Arts
In Jardin De Tuileries, you are already right next to Pont des Arts (commonly known as the Love lock bridge) which just happens to be one of the most famous in a city with more than its fair share of fabulous bridges.
The bridge used to be festooned with padlocks placed by lovers to cement their fidelity to one another.
The practice became so popular that the weight of the locks threatened to pull the bridge down (actually part of the parapet on the bridge was damaged) and they had to be removed, but that doesn’t stop it from remaining synonymous with romance and you will still see many padlocks attached to various objects in the vicinity.
From this bridge, you can enjoy views of the Eiffel Tower and the Orsay museum (one of the most popular museums in Paris) which you’ll unfortunately not have time to visit on this short trip — so this is a great way to get a glimpse of it.
After a quick visit to Pont des Arts, head back to the Louvre museum!
Stop 5: Admire Art At Louvre Museum
A visit to Paris and a visit to the Louvre are almost synonymous with one another. The Louvre Museum is the most visited and largest art museum in the world so it’s impossible to miss it even if you’re visiting Paris for 2 days.
But, bear in mind that this museum is huge and you could easily spend your entire two-day Paris itinerary wandering from one art-adorned hall to the next.
You can either target a small portion of the museum or visit by theme or by artists. Alternatively, you can also choose to visit the most famous pieces in the museum — which is what I recommend if you’re visiting the Louvre for the first time.
Regardless of what you choose to see, I recommend spending at least 3 hours in the museum to get a feel of the Louvre and enjoy some of its amazing artwork.
You can start with these famous paintings in the Louvre and then add sculptures like the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss, Sleeping Hermaphroditus, and many more.
Since the Louvre is one of the most visited places in Paris, I recommend booking this timed entrance ticket to avoid wasting time in queues.
You can also book this Louvre museum guided tour if you’d rather go with a knowledgeable guide to lead you to all the must-see pieces in the Louvre while also learning more about them.
Stop 6: Indulge in French Food For Lunch
You’ve been walking all morning and now the hunger pangs are becoming difficult to tolerate.
You are also in Paris, so eating some French food is a given. You might want to splash out a little at La Regalade Saint-Honoré which is just 5 minutes from the Louvre.
One of the less expensive Michelin-starred restaurants in the city, this one will provide you with fine dining and great memories. For something a little more modest, try Maison Maison with its fabulous river frontage.
After a great lunch, it’s time to explore Paris’s beautiful island, Ile de la Cite. Ile de la Cite is just about 10 minute’s walk from the Louvre museum, so I recommend walking there.
Stop 7: Visit Ile de la Cite — (Pont Neuf, Sainte Chapelle, Notre Dame Cathedral & Shakespeare bookshop )
Many people are surprised to know that there is an island in Paris. It is known as Ile de la Cite and can be found on the Seine river.
On Ile de la Cite, you’ll find numerous attractions but because you are doing Paris in two days, you may need to be a little selective.
You can admire Pont Neuf as you cross it. Though called Pont Neuf (which translates to New Bridge), it is actually the oldest bridge in Paris.
Continue your walk up to Sainte Chapelle!
Stop 8: Be Amazed By The Beauty of At Sainte-Chapelle
This stunning Gothic church was built in just seven years. Its roots stem back to when it was constructed to house religious relics including the Crown of Thorns (though it was later moved to Notre Dame).
Today, it is more famous for its awe-inspiring stained-glass windows and ornate architecture.
Sainte Chapelle is also a popular place so you’ll need to book this skip-the-line entry ticket in advance to avoid the long lines.
Stop 9: Visit the Conciergerie (Optional)
If you still have time, just next door, there is the Conciergerie which is famous for being the prison that held Mari-Antoinette.
Besides the historical significance, the architecture of this gothic structure is also impressive.
If you choose to visit the Conciergerie, then I recommend booking this combined ticket that gives you access to both Sainte Chapelle and the Conciergerie.
Stop 10: Admire the Beauty of Notre Dame Cathedral
After visiting Sainte Chapelle and the Conciergerie head to the famous Notre Dame Cathedral which is just a few minutes away.
It is currently being restored after a terrible fire in April 2019, but it’s worth adding to your 2 days in Paris itinerary even if you just see it from the outside.
Though it’s closed to get visitors, you can still learn more about it and visit its crypt by joining this Notre Dame outdoor walking tour with Crypt entry.
Stop 11: Stop at Shakespeare & Co bookshop
Finally, you must visit Shakespeare & Co which is one of the best English bookshops in Paris.
Even if you aren’t a bibliophile, this ancient little bookstore is a Parisian gem filled with cozy corners and lethargic cats. You can even just grab a photo if you end up not going inside.
For bookworms, this bookshop has some of the rare first edition novels you may be interested in buying.
After exploring Ile de la Cite, it’s now time to head to one of the most luxurious buildings in Paris, Palais Garnier.
To get there, you’ll need to take a metro. The easiest way is to walk to Chatelet station and take M7 in the direction of La Courneuve and stop at Opera.
Stop 12: Take in All the Beauty of Palais Garnier
Not just another palace, this building is an opera house built on the orders of Napoleon III.
While the building is stunning outside, its the interior that makes it stand out. From the grand foyer dazzling with chandeliers, the luxury and unique staircase to everything in between, its opulence is apparent at every turn.
So, if you were wondering what to do in Paris for 2 days, then visiting Palais Garnier is one of them.
To take in all its beauty, you’ll need to book this entry ticket for a self-guided tour.
Stop 13: Go to Galeries Lafayette For Shopping and Views
Just less than 5 minutes walk from Paris Opera, you’ll be at one of the biggest department stores in Paris, Galeries Lafayette.
This is one enormous shopping stop that offers more than just an opportunity to blow your budget.
On top of over 200 shops selling both luxury and affordable products, the architecture is stunning, especially the Art Nouveau dome that covers much of the building.
As a bonus, or perhaps as an excuse for visiting, the gallery also affords excellent views of Paris from its terrace.
And by the time you visit, it’s likely to be sunset so you’ll get to enjoy another beautiful sunset in Paris.
Stop 14: Take a Seine River Dinner Cruise
Nightlife in Paris is varied and exciting but one way to end your 2 days in Paris itinerary is to relax from a Seine river cruise.
Gliding along the Seine, the lights of the city are just extraordinary and, though this little adventure won’t be cheap, you are only in Paris for two days so why not overload the senses as you don’t know when you will visit the City of Light again.
During the cruise, you’ll feast on a 3-course dinner while taking in the beauty of Paris’ famous landmarks fully lit up.
You’ll see the Eiffel Tower shimmer for 5 minutes at the top of the hour, which is a magical moment, the Orsay museum, Les Invalides, and many others.
There are many seine cruises to choose from but I highly recommend this 3-course dinner cruise that also comes with champagne.
If that one is beyond your budget, then you can opt for this 1-hour seine cruise that is way cheaper since it doesn’t come with dinner.
Stop 15: Walk the Streets by Night (Optional)
In conjunction with your river cruise, or without it, a wander through the streets of Paris at night will help you see this city differently.
At night, this city reveals an altogether different side of herself — one that could easily be one of the highlights of your two days in Paris visit.
You may like to just stroll along the banks of the Seine, or you can seek out an authentic bar filled with local and regional wine.
If you opt for the latter, you can check out this list of rooftop bars in Paris. What the heck? You can even do both. You won’t be sorry.
FAQs About Visiting Paris for 2 Days
Is it worth going to Paris for 2 days?
2 days in Paris is no doubt a short amount of time but it’s definitely worth going to Paris for.
You may not see the hidden gems but you’ll surely see the main highlights of the city and that in my book is well worth the trip.
What can you do in Paris in 48 hours?
If you follow my itinerary for Paris for 2 days, you’ll see that there is a lot you can do.
Some of the things you can do include; climbing the Eiffel Tower, visiting the Louvre museum, exploring Montmartre, seeing Notre Dame Cathedral, Sainte Chapelle, bridges like Pont Alexandre III and Pont Bir-Hakeim, and so many others.
Is Paris a walkable city?
Paris is most certainly a walkable city! In fact, most of the places included in this 2-day Paris itinerary are next to each with a few exceptions and even those few can easily be reached by metro.
How do I plan a 2-day trip to Paris?
Start by listing down all the places you wouldn’t want to miss. Then arrange them to make sure you first visit places close to each other before venturing into ones a bit far.
With this itinerary, I am sure you’ll be able to see all the highlights of Paris in 2 days.
How many days is enough for a Paris trip?
Final Thoughts on What to do in Paris in 2 days
Some people call Paris the “city of light” while others refer to her as “the city of love.” After 2 days in Paris, that is a decision probably best left for you to make.
But what is certain is that you will come away with lasting memories and an almost overwhelming desire to return. Don’t fight it. You’ll only lose.
If you were unsure how to see Paris in 2 days, I hope that my 2 days in Paris itinerary has guided you and shown you all the highlights of this magnetic city.
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