Dangriga: The Culture Capital of Belize

Also referred to as Stann Creek Town, Dangriga is a settlement in Southern Belize, and the capital of the Stann Creek District. Although it’s not Belize’s largest city (that honor goes to Belize City), there is plenty to see and do there.

Fondly referred to as Belize’s “culture capital” by residents, Dangriga is a welcoming place for tourists and travelers who wish to experience a little-known corner of the world. Not a “tourist trap” by any means, you’ll find culture in Dangriga, not crowds. 

Locals celebrating Garifuna Settlement Day in Dangriga, Belize. Source: afar.com

The people of Dangriga

Originally founded by the Garinagu (or Black Caribs), who came from Honduras before 1832, Dangriga, Belize is home to about 10,000 people, most of which are Garinagu, Kriol, or Mestizo. Many residents identify as Garifuna, an ethnic group who descended from Africans and native Caribs. 

Today, Garifuna culture is alive and well in Dangriga. You’ll find it on display in the city’s holidays and traditions, as well as in the homes of its people. For example, on November 19th the town celebrates Garifuna Settlement Day. In the week leading up to this holiday, festivities include a torchlit parade, street music, church services, a Miss Garifuna pageant, and dancing. 

Activities in Dangriga

Besides attending the Garifuna Settlement Day festivities in November, there are plenty of other activities to experience in Dangriga year round. 

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary

For example, a nature reserve called Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary is replete with mountain trails and waterfalls. However, its claim to fame is its status as the very first protected area for jaguars in the world. 

We suggest booking a nature tour that includes a 40 minute trek through the reserve, culminating in a relaxing float down a jungle river by inner tube, and a refreshing dip in a waterfall pool. 

A jaguar in Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary. Source: Belize Audubon Society

Mayflower Archeological Reserve

Also known as Bocawina National Park, this rainforest reserve is located south of Dangriga. While there, you can experience ziplining, waterfall rappelling, and take a dip in cold mountain water near the falls. It’s a great place to hike with family and friends, see exotic flora and fauna, and breathe in some fresh air. There are also some Mayan ruins accessible by trails within the rainforest. 

Be sure to bring adequate clothing for hiking, and water shoes as the journey includes refreshing streams and somewhat muddy paths. You can book a guided tour in advance here

Maya Center Mayan Museum

Visit the Maya Center to experience Mayan culture first-hand. While there, you can tour the cacao farm, view how chocolate is made (and then taste it!) You’ll even have the chance to make it yourself. 

Other activities include tortilla making, cultural dance training and coffee making. Located next door to the visitor’s center of the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the Maya Center is the perfect place for hands-on learning and family fun. 

Ready to experience Dangriga, Belize for yourself? Book an oceanfront cabana for an unforgettable Caribbean vacation. 

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San Pedro, Belize: Your Dream Island

I fell in love with San Pedro

Warm wind carried on the sea, he called to me

Te dijo te amo

I prayed that the days would last

They went so fast…

If you’ve ever heard Madonna’s song “La Isla Bonita”, you know that Belize’s San Pedro Island holds the power to bewitch those who visit it to the point where they never wish to leave.

Perhaps you’ve heard the familiar chorus many times, but you didn’t realize that Madonna’s “pretty island” is actually a really place. What’s more– it’s worth a visit! (or two…)

Read on to find out just what makes this lovely island so special and song-worthy:

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It truly is “wild and free”

As Madonna’s lyrics suggest, San Pedro is a tropical paradise where visitors go to explore the wild untouched Caribbean reefs and escape the hustle and bustle of city life.

It has the white sandy beaches you’ve often seen in magazines (or in your dreams), and that “island breeze” that makes the palm trees sway as lazy ocean waves roll ashore.

Tropical the island breeze

All of nature wild and free

This is where I long to be

La isla bonita…

There’s plenty to do there!

This dream island has no shortage of amazing activities to enjoy with your family and friends (or even by yourself!) Here’s a list of some of the top things to do in San Pedro, Belize:

1. Visit the Great Blue Hole

This should be on the top of your list of things to do in San Pedro, Belize.  This well-known and incredibly gorgeous sinkhole was made famous by Jacques Cousteau in the 1970s.

You can snorkel in the coral reef around the Great Blue Hole’s rim, or take a deep dive in its navy-blue depths. However, this diving spot is best enjoyed by experienced divers, due to the underwater cave’s depth and complexity.

Taking a boat out to the Great Blue Hole isn’t the only way to catch a glimpse of its beauty, however. Flying overhead is arguably the best way to see it, since a bird’s-eye view will allow you to see its nearly perfect circular shape, and the contrast of its dark blue hue with the surrounding turquoise Caribbean Sea.

You can book a helicopter, plane, or even a hot-air balloon tour to see Belize’s Great Blue Hole from the air. 

2. Snorkel in Hol Chan Marine Reserve

The Hol Chan Marine Reserve is part of the Belize Barrier Reef, which is one of the world’s largest barrier reefs. In fact, it’s second only to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

Check out Shark Ray Alley to catch a glimpse of huge sea turtles, nurse sharks and giant stingrays. This is one snorkeling experience you’ll never forget.

You’ll also see plenty of colorful coral, but remember– it’s for admiring, not touching! (That goes for all marine life as well). Few sites in the world are as replete with coral as Belize’s Barrier Reef, so it’s incredibly important to protect it.

The Caribbean is lucky to be host to some of the world’s most beautiful scuba diving and snorkeling sites. In fact, Bonaire, a little-known island, is famous for its beautiful snorkeling havens.

3. Bask on Secret Beach

Ok, the secret is out! You can find one of the best beaches in the Caribbean right here on San Pedro, Belize. In fact, Secret Beach looks like a vision from a dream: soft, white sand, crystal-clear blue water, and tranquil waters. It’s the perfect place for a calm swim.

Stretch out your beach towel and bask on this now not-so-secret beach in the morning, if you want to have it all to yourself.

People say you can even spot Leonardo DiCaprio’s private island from Secret Beach. There’s no reason to be jealous, though– you can rent your very own private island  off the coast of Belize, too!

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4. Book a Catamaran and cruise through the reef

Charter your own private boat, or grab a spot with a group. Either way, this is one of the best ways to enjoy Belize’s Barrier Reef. Plenty of tours are available from San Pedro island.

As you sail away and feel the ocean breezes cool your cheeks under the blazing sun, you’ll realize that San Pedro, Belize is truly where you long to be!

5. Explore amazing Mayan ruins

The Yucatan Peninsula may have the monopoly on quantity of Mayan ruins, but San Pedro, Belize has one of the most fascinating sites. The Marco Gonzalez archaeological site offers some unspoiled, untouched, and still unexplored areas. 

In fact, you may even catch a glimpse of archeologists unearthing new finds in their ongoing archeological digs, since the site is still being studied.

Although there aren’t any towering pyramids, there are certain things in Marco Gonzalez that you won’t find in most Mayan ruin sites: shards of ancient pottery, conch shells, and other artifacts. Since the site is around 2,000 years old, the fact that so many findings are so well-preserved is absolutely amazing.

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6. Visit the Belizean Arts Gallery

The Belizean Arts Gallery on Barrier Reef Drive in San Pedro, Belize is both a museum and art gallery featuring handicrafts, beaded items, and fine art by local artists. It’s the perfect place to find a souvenir to take home with you. They sell an eclectic assortment of purses, paintings, wooden masks, blankets, jewelry, and even carvings in black stone.

This is not your run-of-the-mill tourist trap stocked with plastic baubles from China. At the Belizean Arts Gallery, you’ll find gifts for loved ones (and yourself!) that you’ll truly cherish for years to come!

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San Pedro, Belize: Make your dream a reality

Don’t limit your knowledge of San Pedro to a catchy song and a few informative articles. This island is more than worth a trip, and won’t be easily forgotten.

Make your dream a reality by visiting Belize and staying in a beachfront apartment or private villa. Skip the overbooked hotels and find a secret place where you can experience Belize the way it was meant to be: wild and free.

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All About the Great Blue Hole of Belize

Named the largest sea hole in the entire world, the Belize Blue Hole, or the Great Blue Hole as it is often called, is a natural attraction that you simply must see to believe. 

What secrets is the Great Blue Hole hiding within its mysterious navy blue depths? Let’s do a “deep-dive” into all the facts about this natural wonder in beautiful Belize.

What is the Great Blue Hole?

This incredible anomaly is actually classified as a giant marine sinkhole.  Scientists believe it was formed during the Quaternary glaciation, also known as the Quaternary Ice Age, between 153,000 to 15,000 years ago. During this time, sea levels were much lower than they are today.

How was the Great Blue Hole formed?

Essentially, the hole is a massive cave, complete with stalactites (scientists used these formations to date the cave). This type of formation can only occur above sea level on dry land. When the sea rose, the hole filled with water, thus become the Great Blue Hole that we can see today.

The hole appears to be nearly perfectly circular in shape, and measures 1,043 feet (318 m) across. It is 407 feet (124 m) deep.

Belize atoll Great blue hole

Where is it located?

Belize’s Blue Hole lies just off the coast of Belize almost in the center of Lighthouse Reef, an atoll in the easternmost part of the Belize Barrier Reef. This means it is about 43 miles (70 kilometers) from Belize City on the mainland.

The Belize Barrier Reef is the second largest barrier reef in the world. The largest one is Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

 What makes the Belize Blue Hole famous?

Besides being breathtakingly beautiful, and the largest sea hole in the world, this blue masterpiece was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). That means it’s protected by international treaties.

In addition, it was made famous by none other than Jacques Cousteau, a renowned explorer who made an expedition to the hole in 1971. He proclaimed it to be one of the top five scuba diving sites in the entire world! However, before Cousteau “discovered” the hole, only local Belizean fisherman knew of its existence, keeping its beauty a secret for centuries.

 How did it get its name?

British diver Ned Middleton coined the name “Great Blue Hole” in his 1988 book Ten Years Underwater. However, this natural wonder is also known as the Belize Blue Hole.

diving Great Blue Hole

 Can you swim in the Great Blue Hole?

This diving site is for experienced divers only. This is because the hole is very deep and complex to navigate. Most divers go with a group and an experienced Dive Master.

However, it is possible to snorkel around the rim, which is shallow enough and features coral close to the surface.

If you do decide to go, be prepared to pay a boat/tour fee and spend around 3 hours or more on a boat to reach the site. You’ll need to take safety precautions and go with a knowledgeable guide. Nonetheless, this is one experience you must check off your bucket list.

 What’s inside the Belize Blue Hole?

Let’s take a dive!

First, you’ll see a sandy limestone rim around the hole. This wall is covered with coral until about 18 feet down. Then, it the wall becomes softer sand as you descend into the deep, dark abyss. Around 60 feet, you may see some Caribbean Reef Sharks!

At about 100 feet deep, you appear to be surrounded by cave-like formations. This is where you’ll see giant stalactites hanging over your head. There is not a large variety of marine life living in the hole, simply because the caves walls and ceilings prevent sunlight from filtering in. In fact, at its deepest places, the water in the hole becomes anoxic, which means there isn’t enough oxygen for creatures to survive on.

However, many divers have spotted Hammerhead or Bull Sharks in the hole’s crystal clear waters.

Great Blue Hole

 Other ways to see and explore the hole

You don’t have to go diving, snorkeling, or diving to see this masterpiece at its finest. You can soar above it in a helicopter or airplane tour!

In addition, you can book fantastic hot-air balloon tours to get a bird’s-eye view at a slower pace! Check out a few of the most popular and top-rated tours here.

Fun Facts about Belize’s Great Blue Hole

  • It took the #1 spot on Discovery Channel’s list of the 10 Most Amazing Places on Earth in 2012.
  • It is visible from space! It’s easy to spot because of its location within Belize’s Barrier Reef, and its unique circular shape.
  • The most popular time for tourists to visit the hole is between 9 am and 11 am.
  • It contains both fresh and marine waters.
  • It was featured in Jacques Cousteau’s television series “The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau.”
  • Bill Gates (inventor of Microsoft) once visited the site with his family, in 2012.
  • Cave formations like tunnels, stalactites, columns, and dripstone sheets are present in the hole, evidence that it was once a dry cavern above sea level.
  • Visiting boats are only allowed to anchor in certain places, because they have caused damage to the coral reef surrounding the hole in the past.
  • Belize, the country near which the Great Blue Hole is located, is a lesser-known tourist destination with acres of unexplored jungle. As home to only around 400,000 people, Belize is the least densely-populated country in Central America. It is the only English-speaking Central American country, and is about the size of the US state of Massachusetts.

Ready to check Belize and its fabulous Great Blue Hole off your list of dream vacation destinations? Be sure to check out our amazing list of the top things to do in Belize before you go. 

Where to stay in Belize

Looking for somewhere to stay while exploring the Great Blue Hole of Belize? Make sure you find the perfect place to relax while you take in the splendor of this amazing Caribbean country.

Try a private Belize resort or reserve a secret, secluded island so you can enjoy a truly peaceful Caribbean vacation.

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Belize City–What to See and Do


Belize City is no longer the capital of Belize (the current capital is Belmopan), but it’s still the largest city in the country. With a population of about 60,000, it is Belize’s center for industry and commerce.

Located in Eastern Belize, it sits on a small peninsula that juts out into the Caribbean Sea. Its proximity to the ocean has given it prestige as the country’s principal port. Many cruise ships stop there, as it has long been a popular destination for tourists. 

If you’re wondering what there is to see and do in Belize City, you’ve come to right place! Here’s a list of some of the city’s most interesting attractions:

Museum of Belize

Once a city jail, the building has been repurposed to house some fascinating history exhibitions. You can see Mayan artifacts, take an interesting glimpse into colonial days, and learn about the slave trade that once plagued Belize City. In addition, there’s a lovely exhibition of Belizean insects and butterflies.

A tour of the museum will only take 1 to 2 hours, but it’s well-worth a stop. It makes the perfect introduction to Belize history and culture, especially if you’re visiting this Caribbean country for the first time.

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Museum of Belize in Belize City

Goff’s Caye

Take a 30-minute boat ride Southeast of Belize City, and you’ll encounter this tiny, secluded island. Although several tour operators make trips there, this little piece of paradise located near the Belize Barrier Reef is uninhabited, so you’ll most likely have it all (or nearly) to yourself. There is also a ferry boat available for transportation.

On your way there, you may see dolphins playing in the sparkling waters. Don’t miss the opportunity to snorkel in the reef and catch a glimpse of beautiful coral and colorful fish.

The water surrounding the island is a beautiful light mint hue, since it is quite shallow there. Goff’s Caye is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Belize City and spend a few quiet hours in what seems like the “middle of the ocean”.

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Goff’s Caye, Belize City

St. John’s Cathedral

This stately brick building is the oldest Anglican church in all of Central America. It continues to be well-maintained and open to the public. In addition, it still holds Sunday services, so you can visit on that day too! Mass is held in both Spanish and English.

Its incredible architecture and local mahogany woodwork in the pews inside are testament to Belizean ingenuity in colonial days. Stepping inside is like stepping 200 years back in time, although a few modern accoutrements, such as electrical lighting, have been added.

According to a brick sign outside, the first stone of the church’s foundation was laid in 1812, and the building was consecrated in 1826. 

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St. John’s Cathedral in Belize City

Altun Ha

Although it’s not exactly located in Belize City, it is only 31 miles north of it. Many tour groups that visit this archaeological site leave from the city, so if you’re staying there, you’ll find no shortage of guides to take you to these breathtaking ruins.

What was once a major Mayan trade center and sacred location for ancient ceremonies is now one of Belize’s most popular attractions.

Many tours include a tranquil tubing trip on the Olde Belize River through spectacular caves before reaching the site. There’s also the option to go exploring deep into the nearby jungle to see exotic birds and other wildlife.

Also featured in Altun Ha is a replica of the Jade Head, which according to a sign at the site is “the single largest carved piece of jade within Mesoamerica and the Western Hemisphere. This treasure is so valuable that it is currently kept in a vault in Belize’s Central Bank.

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Altun Ha Mayan Ruins, 31 miles from Belize City

If you’re looking for something to do in Belize City that packages history, culture, and nature into one experience, don’t miss your chance to visit Altun Ha! 

Bacab Eco Park

This nature park with a pool and waterfall is the perfect place to spend a day, for both children and adults. It’s only 7 minutes from the Belize National Airport, so getting there should be a breeze.

Once you’re there, you can enjoy the actual breeze, and a bit of refreshing spray from the poolside waterfall. Kids will love the waterslide, and adults who love the outdoors will enjoy biking through the parks many trails.

The park boasts over 200 species of tropical plants, including enormous stately hardwood trees and colorful orchids. There’s plenty of space– the park covers about 400 acres, and dining is available onsite.

You can also take a horseback riding trip through the jungle, canoe down the river, or embark on a tranquil nature walk. Many visitors have spotted a wide assortment of fauna, and some have even discovered jaguar prints on the trails.

Swing Bridge

This quaint little bridge was first installed in 1897, and then updated and replaced in 1923. It is the only manually operated swing bridge left in the world. It allows pedestrians to cross over Haulover Creek, which divides Belize City into northern and southern halves.

You won’t need to spend too much time here, but it’s worth a quick stop for a picture or two while you’re browsing the city. While crossing, you’ll be able to gaze out into the Caribbean Sea, since Haulover Creek feeds straight into it. If you’re lucky, you might witness the bridge opening to allow a tall ship to pass.

Swing Bridge, Belize City
Swing Bridge, Belize City

Baron Bliss Lighthouse

This is a historical landmark located at the water’s edge with an interesting tale behind it. The lighthouse and memorial tomb were erected in honor of Baron Bliss, a British millionaire who bequeathed his sizeable fortune to the citizens of Belize.

After becoming paralyzed from the waist down in 1911, Bliss spent most of his life at sea. As he sailed toward Belize in 1926, his health began to fail.  It was then that he rewrote his will to create a trust fund that still helps Belizean citizens to this day. He passed away before ever landing in Belize, and was subsequently buried on the coast, per his own instructions.

While visiting the lighthouse, be sure to walk over to the nearby Belize sign for a great photo-op.

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Baron Bliss Lighthouse, Belize City

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Top ten things to do in Belize

Top Ten Things to Do in Belize


You won’t believe just how much beauty, fun, and history is packed into the pint-sized country of Belize. A Central American nation bordered by Mexico in the North and Guatemala in the South, it’s the perfect paradise for those looking for a mix of Caribbean beaches, exotic wildlife, and jungle adventures for their next vacation. Read about the top ten things to do in Belize below to find out what makes it so special!


  1. Explore ancient Mayan ruins.

    Trek through mysterious ruins in some of the largest, most important Mayan sites in Central America. Grab a tour guide and learn about the ancient people who built these impressive stone pyramids and structures. A great alternative to beach-lounging, historic complexes such as Lamanai, Altun- Ha, Xunantunich, and Santa Ritawill bring out your adventurous side, and you’ll even learn a thing or two!


  1. Gaze at incredible marine life in the Barrier Reef.

    The coast of Belize is home to the largest intact reef system in the Northern Hemisphere.This system of seven protected areas was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996, and is teeming with exotic marine fish and flora, as well as manatees, turtles, and crocodiles. There are so many ways to enjoy the reef— snorkel below the crystal Caribbean waters, take a water taxi and ride above the waves and through the mangrove forests, or swim with sharks in a guided tour at Hol Chan Marine Reserve.


  1. Hike through a cave filled with amazing artifacts and skeletons.

    This is one adventure that you’ll never forget! Take the Actun Tunichil Muknalcave tour into the heart of the Mayan underworld, where 3,500 year old relics await. You’ll be blown away by the beauty of these mystic caverns, filled with stalactites, stalagmites and a river so clear that its waters have been used as a drinking source. Ancient pottery and skeletons line the walls of what was once the site of sacred Mayan ceremonies. Let your spiritual senses be awakened by this little-known treasure in the heart of Belize.


  1. Don’t miss the Belize Blue Hole!

    It’s the largest undersea sinkhole in the world, and just one look at it will make you want to book the fastest flight to Belize. Ranked as number one on the Discovery Channel’s list “The 10 Most Amazing Places on Earth”, this wonder is home to giant underwater geological formations, coral, and a huge variety of marine life. Soar above the hole by helicopter to gape at its spectacular spherical shape and breathtaking blue expanse for an unforgettable aerial experience. Or, take a bucket-list worthy dive into the deep to discover vibrant coral and ancient stalactites. You can also explore the hole by snorkel, floating along the rim and swimming with the colorful fish who call it home.


  1. Relax on the golden sands of a public (or private) beach.

    Need something a little less strenuous? We get it— hiking and snorkeling isn’t for everyone. Sometimes, you just need a break from all that adventure! Get your suit and sunscreen ready, because some of the best beaches in the Caribbean Sea are found in Belize. Hopkins and Placencia have famously long stretches of public beach that the whole family can enjoy. Want the sand and sun all to yourself? Take a tour to a private beach like Laughing Bird Caye National Park, or book a romantic getaway on your own private island.


  1. Rappel down a waterfall at Bocawina Falls.

    Once you’ve gotten some rest and relaxation at the beach, it’s time for Belize to show its audacious side once more, and tempt you with some seriously adrenaline-infused activities. At Mayflower Bocawina National Park, you can zip through a ravishing rainforest on a 2.5 cable, rappel down the face of a sparkling waterfall, and swim in crystalline freshwater pools. You can also take an adventurous ATV tour through local villages, orchards, and the jungle near the falls. It’s an incredible alternative way to explore Belize!


  1. Meet native wildlife at the Belize Zoo.

    Although you might also see Belize’s exotic creatures while exploring the Mayan ruins or trekking through the jungle, you’re guaranteed to set eyes on one at this quirky little zoo. Every animal housed here was rescued—many were abandoned pets or were found injured in the wild and are being rehabilitated. Delight your kids (or yourself) with an up-close encounter with toucans, boas, and baboons. Watch the mighty jaguar lounge in his (recreated) natural habitat. Best of all, your admission fee goes to support a great cause!


  1. Grab some lovely local artwork.

    All the colors and excitement of Belize are captured in the beautiful paintings and handcrafts housed in the Belizean Arts Gallery in San Pedro. Skip the china-made keychains and support local artists by taking home some handmade jewelry, fans, and other one-of-a-kind pieces. This is hands-down the best way to take a little piece of Belize back home with you to cherish forever.


  1. Discover the Caribbean Sea by boat.

    Imagine the vast, wide ocean before you, as far as the eye can see. Behind you, the golden sandy beaches, and before you, the blue-green expanse of liquid paradise. Belize offers sailing tours, catamarans, water taxis, and motorboats for your ocean adventures. Or, rent a canoe or kayak and glide across calm waters while getting a bit of exercise. When the sun gets bright, you’ll be tempted to jump right into the warm, placid waters of the Caribbean— go right ahead!


  1. Skip the hotel and stay in a private thatch-roof cabin.

    Forgo the concrete complexes and crowded tourist apartments for something a bit more rustic and yet still luxurious. Ambergris Caye boasts stunning thatch-roof casitas built on a private white-sand beach. Sip your piña-colada from your hammock and gaze out at the vast expanse of the Caribbean. Enjoy unmarred views as you sit among stately palms and listen to the sound of the crashing waves, far from the hustle and bustle of the city. This is truly Belize at its finest.


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