Top 68 Places to Visit in Jaipur

The vast expansion of golden sand dunes under the azure skies - no place can complete the grandeur of Jaipur. Recognized as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Rajasthan, Jaipur has a blend of royalty and modesty. The colorful vibrant streets of this city are bustling with culture and heritage. At every avenue, you’ll meet the bygone era standing tall in all its glory.

Anything but your regular tourist place with sheer tourist places to visit, Jaipur is a relic and rare opportunity for you to meet the illustrious past of Rajputana. Famously known as the Pink City of India, Jaipur Tour Package witnesses its fair share of colorful fairs and festivals, colorful grabs, and lively market. Jaipur has a rainbow of its own flowing its street. Let’s not forget the majestic forts and fortress to the royal palaces from Dal Baati Churma to Colorful Bandhani.

60 Best Tourist Places to visit in Jaipur

1. Hawa Mahal -

Built-in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh, Hawa Mahal is one of the most famous places in Jaipur. Created with red and pink sandstone, Hawa Mahal is a five-storey edifice having 953 small windows also known as Jharokhas with intricate latticework. Located amidst the main market street, Hawa Mahal is a stunning sight from the outside and a real treasure behind those Jharokhas.

2. City Palace -

While witnessing some real opulence and affluence, City Palace is one of the best places to visit in Jaipur. India’s first planned city, Jaipur is featured with an iconic City Palace. The historic monument showcases the blend of Mughal, European, and Rajputana style of architecture, City is divided into several blocks including Chandra Mahal, Mubarak Mahal, Maharani’s Palace, and more to see in Jaipur Sightseeing Tour.

3. Jal Mahal -

Right out of a fairy tale, this mysterious palace floating on the water Jal Mahal is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Jaipur One Day Tour. The name itself suggest, this palace on Jal is situated right in the middle of Man Sagar Lake. Floating on the majestic blue water lake, this fine example of Rajputana architecture actually has four submerged levels under the water’s surface. This beautiful palace becomes an even more stunning place of attraction.

4. Sheesh Mahal -

Sheesh Mahal or Mirror Wall. Built with marble and red sandstone, Sheesh Mahal is also known as the Palace of Mirror. With a beautiful tiny mirror set on its walls, Sheesh Mahal is a must-visit place in Jaipur. A single ray of sun lights up the entire palace, try to imagine something magical. The enchanting phenomenon makes Sheesh Mahal let you witness the stunning views of the mirror walls.

5. Panna Meena ka Kund -

With many tourist places in Jaipur, Panna Meena ka Kund is an ancient stepwell. While you see many stepwells in the state, Panna Meena ka Kund is one of the most popular places to see in Jaipur. Appearing as a regular background in the photos on social media, Panna Meena ka Kund can be the perfect backdrop to click amazing photographs as a memory of Jaipur Tour by Car.

6. Patrika Gate -

If you have booked a tour of Jaipur, then make sure that Patrika Gate should be on your local sightseeing tour. With a medley of colors, and a grand display of artistic excellence, Patrika Gate is an amazing place to visit in Jaipur. The gate is embellished with the hand-paintings of forts, palaces, temples, rulers of Jaipur, wedding, and everything that will give you a glimpse of Jaipur’s glorifying past to reveal while exploring by Car Rental in Jaipur.

7. Chandpole Bazaar -

Chandpole bazaar is one of the top places to see in Jaipur which is a shopper’s haven. From marble handicrafts to lac and metal bangles, you will find everything authentically Rajasthani here. If you are fond of Rajasthani ethnics, one can find the best quality and ethnic souvenirs in Jaipur bazaars. A famous tourist place in Jaipur, Chandpole Bazaar is also famous for the best street food places.

8. Central Park -

A perfect place for spending time amid nature with family or friends, Central Park is just a place to go. Locals flock here to jog and run while you can witness people sitting and having small picnics. Central Park is well known for people looking to have some quiet and fun time with their family.

9. Nahargarh Fort -

Standing with pride on the edge of the Aravalli Hills, Nahargarh Fort is one of best places to explore in Jaipur. Nahargarh Fort is not your usual tourist’s place. When you wish to have some quiet time and a good view, then the grandest view of Jaipur. Nothing can be more fulfilling than sitting in solitude while watching over Jaipur washed in the orangish hue of sunset.

10. Johari Bazaar -

India’s craftsmanship eternalizes its heritage and history. With highly skilled gem-cutters working on emerald, rubies, and sapphires. One can expect to find some of the finest jewellery pieces bearing the intricate Kundan-Meena work in Johari Bazaar. One of the top places to visit in Jaipur for shopaholics as well as those looking for souvenirs. After you are done with the shopping spree, make a stop at any cafe around the market.

11. Amber Fort & Palace

A majestic fort with a hilltop setting and opulent palaces within its premises, Amber Fort and Palaces is the best place to visit in Jaipur 2 Days Tour Package. One of the most iconic forts in Jaipur, Amber Fort is steeped in history and remains an illustrious sample of architectural brilliance. The fort includes many structures like the Sheesh Mahal, Sukh Niwas, Diwan-e-Khas, etc. Every day the light and sound show held here brings alive the fort and its history.

12. Jaigarh Fort

When you are handpicking some of the best places to visit in Jaipur, Jaigarh Fort stands at a height of 500 feet above sea level. The 18th-century fort adorns the Cheel ka Tila or the Hill of Eagles in the Aravali Range like a crown. The rugged beauty defines this fort that boasts of red sandstone construction and features the Jaivana cannon - one of the world’s largest cannons on wheels.

13. Jantar Mantar

A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Jaipur, Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory dated back to 1734 and was built under the reign of Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. It houses the world’s largest sundial made out of stone, in addition to it, there are 19 other architectural astronomical instruments.

14. Albert Hall Museum

Discover palaces and forts on Jaipur 3 Days Tour is not enough, you can also see the historical other places. Alber Hall Museum is one of the most amazing places to visit in the city. The oldest museum in Rajasthan, Alber Hall Museum is a treasure trove of artifacts that gives you a glimpse into the region’s rich history and heritage.

15. Rambagh Palace

Once just a royal hunting lodge, Rambagh Palace is located amidst a dense forest. It was later expanded in the early part of the 20th century and turned into a grand residence for the Maharaja of Jaipur. The palace serves as one of the finest heritage hotels in Jaipur, Rambagh Palace reflects the blend of opulence and luxury to greet you.

16. Sisodia Rani ka Bagh

Solicited as one of the most exciting sightseeing places to visit in Jaipur, Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is a picturesque garden. It symbolizes the everlasting love between Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II and his second wife, Rani Sisodia Jai Singh. The multi-level garden is adorned with beautiful fountains, lovely watercourses, with wall paintings of Lord Krishna.

17. Chokhi Dhani Village

Chokhi Dhani Village offers an ultimate experience of Rajasthan’s rural way of lifestyle and rich cultures in all its vibrancy. It is an ethnic village resort where you can enjoy authentic Rajasthani food, folk music, puppet shows, magic shows, art and crafts, and a lot more to enjoy in Chokhi Dhani visit.

18. Birla Mandir

Also known as Laxmi Narayan Temple, the Birla Temple is one of the most magnificent religious places to visit in Jaipur. Built with resplendent white marble stones, the temple stands against the backdrop of lush greenery and presents a breathtaking sight. The walls of the temples are ornate with various scenes and quotes from the Bhagavad Gita.

19. Galtaji Temple

Galtaji Temple in Jaipur is a series of Hindu Temples that dates back to ancient times. The temple complex is well-known for its brilliant architecture and religious significance. It serves as one of the best religious places to visit on a trip by Jaipur taxi service. This place of worship is located within a thin mountain pass in the Aravalli Hills.

20. Jaipur Zoo

Jaipur Zoo is home to around 50 species of mammals, reptiles, and birds. If you are traveling with kids, then you must visit the Zoo. It is one of the most amazing things to do in Jaipur. Spend a day in the wilderness here enjoying the lush green of the zoo where you can spot leopards, tigers, bears, deer, peacocks, and other bird species.

21. Amar Jawan Jyoti

Amar Jawan Jyoti is a memorial built to honor the brave soldiers who laid down their lives in the service of the nation during the Indo-Pakistani war of 1971. The simple structure with the upturned rifle is a big draw among tourists and locals alike. Once the sun dawns, the memorial stands brightly illuminated against the dark sky which is a must-visit place in Jaipur at night.

22. Govind Devji Temple

Enclosed within the City Palace Complex, Govind Devji Temple is another religious place to visit by Jaipur taxi service. The presiding deity here is Lord Krishna at Govind Devji Temple. It was built by Raja Sawai Jai Singh II during his reign. As the legends say that the maharaja was an ardent Krishna devotee who brought to the idol of this temple from Vrindavan.

23. Raj Mandir Cinema

Raj Mandir Cinema Hall is a meringue-shaped cinema complex that has been enthralling movie buffs since 1976. Its spacious and lavishing interiors, stunning ceiling design, and indirect lighting system, all come together to make it an awesome place for watching movies here.

24. Jaipur Wax Museum

Located at the entrance of Nahargarh Fort, the Jaipur Wax Museum brings alive various celebrities, kings, personalities, and queens through their lifelike wax statues. There are many major attractions here as the Sheesh Mahal a uniquely designed hall with scintillating mirror inlays all around you.

25. Dolls Museum

With an amazing collection of dolls of different shapes and sizes, the Dolls Museum holds much attraction for kids and adults alike. One can find dolls dressed in ethnic attires of various states in the country. Every bridal clothing and dance outfit of different states is exhibited through the dolls here.

26. Bapu Bazaar

If you are interested in shopping the ethnic items in Jaipur, Bapu Bazaar opens up a world of wonders for you. It is among the most popular places to go shopping in Jaipur. Bapu Bazaar is a marketplace that deals in quintessential Rajasthani handicrafts, textiles, precious stones, sandalwood, marble figurines, lac jewelry, and lots more.

27. Moti Dungri

A hilltop temple of Moti Dungri is dedicated to the worship of Lord Ganesha. The holy shrine dates back to 1761 but the idol is believed to be more than five centuries old. The idol of Lord Ganesha has its trunk positioned in the right direction which is a rare thing. The serene ambiance and unique idol are the main attractions of this place.

28. Kanak Vrindavan Garden

Located in a lush green valley at the foothills of Nahargarh hills, Kanak Vrindavan is a picturesque garden. The garden is said to have been built to resemble the original Vrindavan in Mathura where Lord Krishna is believed to have spent his childhood. A lovely idol of Lord Krishna in a garden is naturally stunning.

29. World Trade Park

The World Trade Park Mall is a shopper’s paradise which is relatively a new shopping place in the city. It has quickly become one of the favorite shopping malls in Jaipur where you can find stores of Calvin Klein, Celio, Zara, and other selling stores. You can have an amazing shopping experience at this mall.

30. Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve –

Jhalana Leopard Conservation Reserve is one of the best tourist places in Jaipur which sprawls on a vast area of 20 kilometers or more. The whole reserve has been enclosed within the city. One of the ideal places where you can spot the majestic leopards that can appear. Besides leopards, you can even encounter spotted deer, blue bulls, desert foxes, rhesus macaque, etc.

31. Ram Niwas Garden –

Ram Niwas Garden is one of the most stunning royal lush green gardens built in 1868. The garden was established by Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh in the heart of Jaipur. This verdant garden area is sprawling across 30 acres and is home to the famous Albert Hall Museum. This is a beautiful garden offering a glimpse of the regal lifestyle dating back to the era of the British Raj in India.

32. Akshardham Temple –

Famously known as Swaminarayan Temple, Akshardham Temple is a renowned spiritual attraction of Jaipur. Its elaborate architecture is dedicated to Lord Vishnu with a museum of paintings. The well-kept gardens, along with the cultural programs, attract thousands of tourists and pilgrims every year. Akshardham Temple is quite renowned across the country because of its presence in 8 other major cities of India, like Delhi.

33. Garh Ganesh Temple –

One of the popular religious places to visit in Jaipur is Garh Ganesh Temple which was built by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh near Nahargarh Fort. As the name suggests, the temple is devoted to Lord Ganesha and is a one-stop place for those who love trekking. Thrill seekers or adventure freaks can plan their mornings in Jaipur by indulging in trekking to Garh Ganesh Temple and observing the beautiful views of its surroundings.

34. Abhaneri Stepwell –

Abhaneri, or Abha Nagri, is a small town located in the desert area of Rajasthan. Encountering the shortage of water in the desert area, the locals invented the Chand Baori and other stepwells to reserve water for use during the dry seasons. The place soon started being used as a cool place to relax in the hot summers and is one of the top tourist places to visit in Jaipur.

35. Sambhar Salt Lake –

Sambhar Salt Lake is a famous place near Jaipur which is known by the same name. A vast saline water body that is considered the largest in India which makes it one of the most interesting places in Jaipur. Relish camping near the lake while being in Jaipur, where you can have a great time. It is the best must-see near Jaipur where you can go for a photo session.

36. Mirza Ismail Road –

One of the most popular shopping places in Jaipur, Mirza Ismail Road, is a shopping paradise in the city. If you are planning to shop during the Jaipur City Tour, then this could be the best place to go. It is one of the oldest marketplaces in Jaipur and is well known for its traditional pottery products. The attractive pottery designs, traditional handicrafts, gorgeous wooden sculptures, and stunning brass products are some of the best things to shop around.

37. Nehru Bazaar –

A famous place to visit in Jaipur for shopping is Nehru Bazaar which is located in Pink City. It is a renowned marketplace popular for its traditional Rajasthani style of artifacts, handicrafts, pots, juttis, and trinkets. One can see stalls selling souvenirs, jewelry, and many attractive bizarre items at a reasonable rate.

38. Masala Chowk –

The most recent addition to eateries in Jaipur, where people can head to relish the traditional taste of different cuisines. This place is positioned in Ram Niwas Garden in the form of an open-air food court offering 21 different types of food under a single roof. Those who like to taste food can plan a visit to Masala Chowk and relish each one.

39. Khole ke Hanumanji Temple –

Another famous religious attraction of Jaipur is the Khole ke Hanuman Ji Temple which is devoted to a popular Hindu deity Lord Hanuman. Set on a hillock, the temple is one of the primary attractions in Jaipur and offers beautiful views of the hills. Dated back in 1960, the temple is extensively huge and was built just 100 square feet above the city.

40. Anokhi Museum –

The Anokhi Museum displays an excellent collection of handmade paintings, which is an interesting place to visit in Jaipur. This exhibits the oldest forms of Rajasthani art and crafts. One can glance over 100 hand-printed garments, keeping the old traditions alive. This is an interesting place certified as a UNESCO site for its amazing collections and preservation of art.

41. Elefantastic –

Jaipur’s Elefantastic Farm has changed the perception of an elephant sanctuary forever. The elephants here are treated nicely and also boast of their great hospitality, extreme geography, kaleidoscopic culture, deep-rooted spirituality, photogenic chaos, and love for animals. The farm provides a safe environment for the elephants and also educates them about the daily lifestyle and the events of elephants.

42. Bagru –

A small village of Bagru near Jaipur to discover one of the famous traditional textile processes of Rajasthan. Experience how the Chhipa community produces vibrant designs using a conventional technique identified as block printing for over 350 years. From dyeing, printing, and washing, to drying, all the villagers perform the process.

43. Neemrana –

Neemrana is a popular town located in Alwar Rajasthan, famous for its magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace. It was built in 1464 AD, a palace from where Rajput Maharaja Prithviraj Chauhan III reigned. Neemrana Fort is now converted into one of Rajasthan’s oldest heritage luxury hotels.

44. Bhangarh Fort –

Nestled amid the lush green hills of Aravallis, stands the majestic fort of Bhangarh which is between Jaipur and Alwar. The fort was constructed in the 17th century by Raja Madho Singh, the younger brother of the great Mughal general Man Singh of Amber. Besides the royal palace, Bhangarh had over 9,000 houses until 1720 after which it gradually diminished in population.

45. Tripolia Bazaar –

One more famous hub of shoppers, it’s one of those places to see in Jaipur presenting you with a sneak peek of the vibrant Rajasthani lifestyle. The traditional market is well-known among visitors for richly embroidered garments for ladies, traditional wear, marvelous carpet with unusual designs, and items produced from iron and brass.

46. Statue Circle –

In the centre of Jaipur lies the famous Statue circle which is a must-visit place for everyone. Dedicated to the founder of the Pink City, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II, this circle is bejeweled with beautiful gardens, marble carvings, and fountains. The circle turns into an enchanting gathering place for the locals as well as the tourists.

47. Smriti Van –

Smriti Van in Jaipur is a biodiversity forest making it the best place to get close to nature’s souvenirs. The biodiversity forest was formed during the 1981 flood that cause deep ravines. The area flourished to sow trees in memory of dear ones. The Rajasthan Government took possession and developed this segment under the Green Rajasthan Campaign, naming it Smriti Van.

48. Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev –

Located in the Aravali ranges near Jaipur, Bhuteshwar Nath Mahadev Temple is one of the most ancient temples in Jaipur. The route to this temple features green trails that meander through the Aravallis, making it one of the most beautiful and pleasurable treks in Rajasthan. A trek to Bhuteshwar Mahadev Temple is a round trek that begins and ends in Amer.

49. Hathni Kund –

Hathni Kund trek passes through the verdant valleys and beautiful trails when it starts from Charan Mandir. It is standing high on the way to Nahargarh Fort and from here. Trails with lush green forested shadows, old temples, sand dunes, and even a waterfall which is usually runny in monsoon season.

50. Jawahar Circle –

Widely recognized as the largest part in India, Jawahar circle suggests is a circular park surrounded by a rose garden. There is a lush garden which is best for kids with special facilities and also a uniquely carved jogging track. Walking around the verdant green plantation of this park and admiring the beautiful landscape.

51. Tonk –
A small and quaint town in Rajasthan, Tonk is one of the best tourist places near Jaipur. Known as Lucknow of Rajasthan, Tonk is packed with old mansions and mosques and Sunheri Kothi or Mansion of Gold is the showstopper. Explore the vintage architectural wonders, chill out in the adjacent lake area and relish the marvelous artwork of gorgeous temples and mosques

52. Achrol Fort –
The historic fort is in the Achrol village near Jaipur. Achrol is one of the archaic forts in Rajasthan. Surrounded by a few havelis, the fort used to be the home of the Achrol Thikana Family. During the 1500s, the fort was used for military and strategic purposes by the rulers. Witness the picturesque views from this fort then hit this.

53. Samode –
Enclosed by hills and lush green views, Samode lies in the Shekhawati region of Jaipur, it is one of the largest towns near the Pink City. Famous as the ideal desert getaway, Samode is a home to the famous Samode Haveli, garden and fort. The place offers gorgeous views of the Aravalli Hills. From lip-smacking Rajasthani restaurants to sightseeing places the fort has so much to offer.

54. Deeg –
Famous for its magnificent forts, stunning palaces, bewitching gardens and fountains, Deeg is a popular town in Rajasthan. It is known for being located along the Parikarma path of Lord Krishna. The town is a major tourist attraction and one of the best places near the city. One of the major attractions here is the 3-day long fair which is held in September.

55. Nawalgarh –
Nawalgarh has a different history when compared to places like Kumbhalgarh. It is said that Marwaris who inhabited this place got huge heritage havelis made to show off the wealth they amassed while working in cities like Bombay and Calcutta. It is quite close to Mandawa, you can make a small detour to Nawalgarh when in the area.

56.  Alwar –
For those who love Mughal architecture, ancient forts and ruins, there’s nothing that beats Alwar and happens to be the best place near Jaipur. Alwar is a mysterious fort that evokes the stories of the bygone era, vintage forts or sparkling lakes for boating and relaxing. If you’re planning a Jaipur tour for a family in February, do not miss visiting Alwar for the Alwar Festival.

57. Sariska –
One of the most preferred adventurous places to visit near Jaipur, Sariska is the ideal place for wildlife and adventure trips. The abode of Royal Bengal Tigers, Sariska offers thrilling jeep safaris that let you spot tigers, endangered bird species, striped hyenas, leopards, jackals, monkeys and deer. The fun and adventure-loving travellers, Sariska is the must-visit tourist place near Jaipur.

58. Nahargarh Biological Park –
Lying on the outskirts of Jaipur, Nahargarh Biological Park is a hidden gem for nature and wildlife lovers.  The park is no less than a sanctuary for a diverse range of flora and fauna providing travellers with an unmatched opportunity to connect with the natural world.

59. Gaitore ki Chhatriyan –
A Rajput dynasty Kachawaha that reigned at Gaitore ki Chhatriyan is the royal crematorium grounds. Maharaja Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur, chose the site in the 18th century. Since 1733, every Kachhwaha king has been cremated here. The missing cenotaph is for Maharawal Sawai Ishwari Singh, whose burial took place at Jaipur’s city palace complex.

60.  Khatu Shyamji Temple -
When it comes to blessings from Lord Krishna’s devotee and well-known god Khatu Shyamji. He later received the blessing from Lord Krishna that he would be revered as the god of the Kaliyuga and ever since, the temple has attracted a lot of tourists. It was originally given the name Barbarika, but after making the ultimate sacrifice, Lord Krishna gave him the name Shyam Baba.

61. Sisodia Rani Garden

Located within 50 kms, Sisodia Rani Garden is one of the best places that offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of fast-paced city life. The royal garden has been built on the premises of Sisodia Palace. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh built this garden in 1728 for his beloved queen Sisodia. The entire garden is adorned with wall paintings expressing the love story of Radha-Krishna. The garden is replete with foilage, flowerbeds, galleries, pavilions, etc.

62. Vidyadhar Garden

It is an impressive garden that displays a unique blend of Rajput and Mughal style of architecture and is one of the places to visit near Jaipur. The garden was built in the memory of chief Architect of Jaipur, Vidyadhar Bhattacharya and displays an impressive range of flora and fauna species. The garden houses sylvan lakes, pavilions and fountains, where you can relax and unwind with your family. The garden is also considered to be an ideal tourist site for watching the sunset views.

63. Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

Dedicated to preserving the art of block printing, the Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing is one of the best tourist places near Jaipur. Located in the Anokhi Haveli, the museum is a charitable foundation that was started by a famous clothing brand named Anokhi. The museum holds a UNESCO that works in the interpretation and preservation of the art form.

64. Sanganer

A beautiful town near Jaipur, Sanganer is a haven for primeval temples and medieval ruins. Witness some of the oldest Jain Temples and the most iconic Jain shrines. The most notable temples that you must explore during the Sanganer trip are the Shri Digambar Jain Temple and Lord Adinath Ji Temple. Visit the factories and attend workshops here to learn more about the hand-printing industry.

65. Kanota Dam

Built over the Dhoond Kanota Dam is one of the best offbeat tourist destinations near Jaipur. The dam is covered by the Aravalli hills, it is one of the most scenic spots where you spend some tranquil moments far away from the hustle and bustle of city-based life. Witness the mighty flow of water gushing through the gates powering the turbines to generate electricity for surrounding towns and villages.

66. Bagru Village

A quaint village located on the Jaipur Ajmer Road, Bagru Village is dotted with ruined palaces, a group of Jain Temples and two ruined tripolis. It is the hub of classic wooden block printing and you can find here tons of block printing and handmade paper shops. Observe a royal fort that is normally open to the public in Gangaur Festival.

67. Chandlai Lake

An absolute haven for nature lovers, Chandlai Lake is the best place to witness the breathtaking scenery and lush green trees. It is also considered to be an ideal spot for a picnic with your friends amid the soothing wave sounds and chirping of birds. Around 10,000 migratory birds can be found here, people love to watch them flying and swimming.

68. Ramgarh Lake

It is a man-made lake and a renowned picnic spot near Jaipur that attracts tourists from all over the globe. It covers an area of 15.5 sq. km and was created by forming a massive embankment on the forested hills. It is an amazing tourist spot for bird watching as they can get to see flocks of birds around this artificial lake. It’s also a popular spot for finishing and for added adventure, you can even go trekking in the scenic mountains.

The sound of Rajasthani folk music, sweetness in the speech, colors in the air and revelry in the heart of the local folks - Jaipur has an idyllic charm to see while traveling by Taxi Service in JaipurWhether you are on a short trip to Jaipur or a long holiday journey, explore it to the fullest, you’ll be amazed to experience the magnificence.

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