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Imagine a city where every corner reveals a piece of American history, and the sounds of jazz mingle with the scent of seafood fresh from the Gulf. Welcome to Mobile, Alabama, a city that is as rich in culture as it is in history. More than just the birthplace of Mardi Gras in the United States, Mobile is a vibrant, living museum of the Southern experience.

Mobile stands out as a travel destination for its unique blend of tradition and modernity. The climate is typically warm, offering visitors year-round outdoor adventures. Geographically, it's perched on the Mobile River, presenting stunning waterfront views and activities. The city's history is a fascinating tale of different cultures, from Native American to French colonial influences, shaping its identity. Attractions range from historic architecture to the USS Alabama Battleship, providing a spectrum of experiences for any traveler. And let's not forget the food - Gulf Coast cuisine with a Southern twist, promising to delight your taste buds..

Get set to navigate the best of Mobile, where temperate breezes and historic streets beckon. From must-visit sights to mouth-watering local eats, prepare to uncover a city that not only invites exploration but also promises to leave a lasting impression. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Mobile cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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8-DAY WESTERN CARIBBEANCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile8 NightsBelize City, Belize | Costa Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama | Roatan, Honduras$1,089
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$749
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8 Night BahamasCarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsFreeport, Bahamas | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Key West, Florida | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$1,079
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$679
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8 Night BahamasCarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsFreeport, Bahamas | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Key West, Florida | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$1,229
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$669
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8 Night BahamasCarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsFreeport, Bahamas | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Key West, Florida | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$1,049
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$659
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8-DAY WESTERN CARIBBEANCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile8 NightsBelize City, Belize | Costa Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama | Roatan, Honduras$1,229
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$1,189
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8 Night BahamasCarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsFreeport, Bahamas | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Key West, Florida | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$1,069
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6 Night Western CaribbeanCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile6 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama$689
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4 DAY WESTERN CARIBBEANCarnival SpiritCaribbean - WesternMobileMobile5 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Mobile, Alabama | Progreso Merida, Mexico$639
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5-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile6 NightsBimini, Bahamas | Mobile, Alabama$749
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7-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsBimini, Bahamas | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas | Princess Cays, Bahamas$899
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5-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile6 NightsMobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$739
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4 DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsBimini, Bahamas | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$1,064
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5-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile6 NightsBimini, Bahamas | Mobile, Alabama$729
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7-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile8 NightsBimini, Bahamas | Mobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas | Princess Cays, Bahamas$899
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5-DAY BAHAMAS CRUISECarnival SpiritBahamasMobileMobile6 NightsMobile, Alabama | Nassau, Bahamas$804
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Mobile Cruises Highlights

  • USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park: This park is home to the mighty USS Alabama, a WWII battleship that now serves as a museum. Visitors can explore the decks, turrets, and quarters of this historic ship, getting a hands-on feel for naval life. The park also houses aircraft from different eras, making it a must-visit for military history buffs.
  • Bellingrath Gardens and Home: Experience the full splendor of Mobile's natural beauty at Bellingrath Gardens. These year-round gardens showcase a stunning array of blooms and plants. The Bellingrath Home, a 10,500-square-foot estate, provides a peek into the opulent lifestyle of the early 20th century.
  • Mobile Carnival Museum: To understand the heart of Mobile, one must dive into its Mardi Gras traditions. The Mobile Carnival Museum celebrates the history of Mardi Gras in Mobile with costumes, photographs, and parade memorabilia that capture the festival's vibrant spirit.
  • Dauphin Street: For a walk through history, stroll down Dauphin Street in Mobile's historic downtown. Lined with shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, it's perfect for experiencing the city's architectural heritage and modern-day vibrancy.
  • GulfQuest National Maritime Museum: This museum is dedicated to the Gulf Coast's maritime heritage. Interactive exhibits and maritime artifacts offer insights into the nautical history that has shaped the region.
  • Mobile Museum of Art: Art enthusiasts will appreciate the Mobile Museum of Art, featuring a diverse collection of works from around the world, with a special focus on American, African, and Asian art.
  • Five Rivers Delta Resource Center: For outdoor adventurers, the Five Rivers Delta Resource Center is the gateway to exploring America's second-largest delta. Boat tours, hiking, and wildlife observation are just a few activities available here.
  • Oakleigh Historical Complex: Step back in time at the Oakleigh Historical Complex, a remarkable example of Greek Revival architecture, nestled in a picturesque garden setting.

Mobile Cruises Travel Tips

  • Make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes. A lot of Mobile is quite walkable, so you'll regret not wearing shoes that provide excellent comfort.
  • Though many people will say that having a car is the best way to explore Mobile, it's also easily explored using the city's excellent public transportation systems! This is also quite affordable.
  • Eat the local cuisine at least once. There's a lot of great food in Alabama, and you'll regret not trying some local dishes!
  • Visit at least one historic site in Mobile because that's what the city is most well-known for. There are different pieces of history to explore, including the history of Mardi Gras or World War II, so you're bound to find something you're interested in learning more about.
  • Research and plan out what you're interested in doing here to get the most out of your short trip to Mobile. This way, you won't miss out on anything important!

Mobile Cruises Things To Do

  • Learn history at Fort Conde
    Learn history at Fort Conde

    Fort Conde, also known as Fort Charlotte, officially opened to the public in 1976, but it dates back to the 18th century. It was officially built in 1723 by the French way back during America's colonial times. Today, visitors love seeing the fort, which has been partially reconstructed. If you're interested in learning more about the city's deep history, this is the place to understand it and experience it firsthand!

    You Should Know

    You'll want to spend at least a half-day here to experience everything that Fort Conde has to offer fully. Around the corner is another museum, the Conde-Charlotte Museum. Visit this too if you have the time!  
  • Stroll around downtown Mobile
    Stroll around downtown Mobile

    Downtown Mobile is exceptionally picturesque and historical, so it's one of the most frequented parts of the city. It's filled with excellent markets, restaurants, cafes, shops, art galleries, and more. What makes it even more impressive is that many of the buildings are from a few hundred years ago. They seem to be in almost perfect condition and are painted in bright colors. They truly juxtapose against the city skyscrapers close nearby!

    You Should Know

    If you're lucky enough to be visiting during the weekend, check out the festivals and open-air markets that downtown Mobile is most well-known for hosting. This area of Mobile is very walkable, so there's no need to drive around downtown. Get out of the car and experience the local life a little bit!  
  • Check out Mobile Bay
    Check out Mobile Bay

    Mobile Bay is located inside the Gulf of Mexico. It covers 413 square miles and is a great coastal view in the area worth seeing firsthand. There are many ways to explore the site; you could walk, hop on a boat, canoe, and more. If you have the time, be sure to hop on a boat and check out one of the few lighthouses located in the bay. The most popular and prominent ones to visit include the Sand Island Lighthouse and the Middle Bay Lighthouse.  

    Best Time To Visit

    If you can, try to visit right in the morning or late at night to see sunrise or sunset! It's genuinely magnificent over Mobile Bay.  
  • Kayak on Bartram Canoe Trail
    Kayak on Bartram Canoe Trail

    The Bartram Canoe Trail is one of the most popular outdoor spots in Mobile, Alabama, and even in the state. It allows visitors and locals to hop on a kayak or canoe and ride along the Mobile-Tensaw Delta! The trail first became established in the late 18th-century by William Bartram, who the route was later named after. There are many places nearby where you can rent a boat to explore the trail.

    You Should Know

    You could easily spend quite a few hours on the trail, so pack and time your boating trip accordingly. Be sure to check the weather before going out on the water for safety reasons.  
  • Explore the Mobile Carnival Museum
    Explore the Mobile Carnival Museum

    Mobile is home to the oldest Mardi Gras celebration in all of the United States! There have been around 300 years and counting of festivals in this very city. The Mobile Carnival Museum informs visitors of the city's history with Mardi Gras and opened in 2005. It's curated by Edward B. Ladd. Inside the museum, you'll see the beautiful costumes, parade designs, and photographs marking the city's Mardi Gras history. You can even hop on top of a parade float!

    You Should Know

    This museum is relatively tiny, and you will probably spend around 1 to 2 hours here at most.  
  • Visit the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
    Visit the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

    The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception is one of the most beautiful churches in Mobile. It dates back to 1850 and was built in the Greek Revival style of architecture, making it an authentic stylistic piece. The church's exterior can't be missed, as it features bright gold crosses and roof pieces on its spires. The stained glass windows are also gorgeous and were heavily influenced by German design.

    You Should Know

    Visiting this church is a great way to get a glimpse into some more of Mobile's detailed history.  
  • See the Oakleigh Period Museum House
    See the Oakleigh Period Museum House

    The Oakleigh Period Museum House dates back to 1833. It is built on top of 35 acres and is near many other historic buildings in the area. It was built by James W. Roper, who mainly chose this spot because it had a clay pit! Today, this museum is frequented by visitors looking to learn about Mobile's 19th-century history. People who work at the museum dress in period clothing, which only adds to the experience offered here.

    You Should Know

    The Oakleigh Period Museum House is only a short walk away from downtown, so you could easily visit both places in an afternoon.  
  • Explore the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
    Explore the USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

    The USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park features a World War II ship dating back to the mid-20th century, though the park itself was founded later in 1965. There are also many other aircrafts at the park and vessels, including the USS Drum. The park has just a small fee that includes entry to the park, picnic spaces, grounds, and fishing areas. There are beautiful coastal views from the park. For a great afternoon, bring some snacks and relax by the water after learning some history!

    You Should Know

    The park hosts many events, so be sure to check and see if there will be any during your visit to make your experience even better!  
  • Take a day trip to Dauphin Island
    Take a day trip to Dauphin Island

    Dauphin Island is located closeby to Mobile on the Gulf Coast. It's surrounded by picturesque blue water and almost looks like a real paradise on earth when you visit! Be sure to check the weather before visiting, because it's truly a better experience when it's sunny outside. There are many fun things to do on Dauphin Island. Some of the most popular spots to explore include the Dauphin Island Audubon Bird Sanctuary, the Cedar Point Fishing Pier, and the Historic Fort Gaines.

    You Should Know

    It's super easy to drive to Dauphin Island, but you can also hop on a Mobile Bay Ferry for a fun experience and trip. Be sure to bring sunscreen when you go because a lot of the island is wholly exposed to the hot Alabama sun!  

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Quick Facts

Mobile's attractions offer something for everyone, from the history enthusiast to the nature lover, the art aficionado to the festive traveler. This variety isn't just a checklist of things to do; it's a patchwork of experiences that create a full picture of Mobile's identity. As your journey through these attractions comes to a close, you'll not only have witnessed the landmarks that define Mobile but also feel the pulse of a city that is as welcoming as it is captivating.

  • Exploring Mobile Alabama

    Mobile, Alabama, is tucked in the southwest corner of the state, sitting proudly as a cultural cornerstone of the U.S. Gulf Coast. Nestled along North America's southeastern edge, it's a city that's easy to pinpoint for its strategic location and significance.  

    The city's proximity to the Mobile River and Mobile Bay positions it as a standout destination for those who love the water. But it's not just about the rivers and the bay. Mobile is also just a short distance from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, making it a coastal playground for beachgoers and fishing enthusiasts alike.  

    Mobile's geography is an integral part of the city's charm. The river and bay aren't merely for gazing upon—they invite you to dive into a range of activities. You can kayak through quiet backwaters, feeling the pulse of the city from a different perspective, or reel in a catch on a deep-sea fishing adventure that caters to both novices and seasoned anglers.  

    The city is also buffered by rich wetlands and wildlife reserves, such as the Mobile-Tensaw Delta. This natural bounty offers a sanctuary for hiking, bird watching, and simply basking in the area's natural beauty. The delta, one of the largest of its kind in the United States, teems with life and provides a lush contrast to the urban rhythm of downtown Mobile.  

    Moreover, the city's geography has shaped its history and culture. The port of Mobile, one of the busiest in the nation, reflects a heritage of trade and cultural exchange, while the surrounding waters have provided sustenance and recreation for generations. It's a place where the heartbeat of the city is synchronized with the ebb and flow of the tides.  

    In summary, Mobile's geographical features are not just distinctive; they're dynamic. They enhance the city by offering natural beauty and a plethora of outdoor activities that appeal to travelers seeking both adventure and serenity. The geography of Mobile isn't just a fact of nature; it's a key player in the story of the city, offering a gateway to experiences that are as enriching as they are exhilarating.

  • The Best Time to Cruise from Mobile Alabama

    Cruising from Mobile, Alabama, each season offers a unique perspective:  

    Spring (March-May): Cruising from Mobile during spring means embarking under mild temperatures, ranging from 60°F to 75°F. It's an excellent time for river cruising, especially with the city's gardens and parks in full bloom. While occasional spring showers might dampen the decks, they add freshness to the air, enhancing the river cruising experience.  

    Summer (June-August): Setting off on a cruise from Mobile in summer brings hot and humid conditions, often with temperatures above 90°F. Despite being the rainiest season, early morning or late evening river cruises can be delightful, offering cooler moments to enjoy the vibrant downtown waterfront or the serene Gulf Coast waters. Cruisers should prepare for the humidity and consider indoor riverboat activities during peak heat.  

    Fall (September-November): Cruising from Mobile in fall means enjoying a drop in humidity and more moderate temperatures, between 70°F and 85°F. This season is perfect for a leisurely river cruise, taking in the sights of the changing foliage and exploring the Mobile River in comfortable weather.  

    Winter (December-February): Embarking on a cruise from Mobile in winter offers milder weather, with temperatures rarely dipping below 40°F. This season is ideal for cruisers who prefer cooler weather. The city's holiday festivities and Mardi Gras celebrations add a festive backdrop to river cruises during this time.  

    For those seeking the best weather for river cruising, spring and fall are optimal, offering comfortable conditions and stunning natural scenery. Summer cruises are vibrant and full of energy, while winter cruises provide a festive and cooler alternative. When cruising from Mobile, each season offers its own distinct charm and set of experiences on the water.  

  • Journey through Time: Mobile Alabama's History

    Mobile, Alabama, established by the French in 1702, was initially conceived as a strategic locale in the struggle for power in the Americas. As the first capital of French Louisiana, it was a significant port and a cultural exchange point between the French, Spanish, British, African, and indigenous peoples. Mobile's purpose has always been rooted in its position as a cultural and commercial hub, a legacy that remains evident to this day.  

    As the years progressed, Mobile's fate was swayed by the tides of conflict and change, including the American Revolution and the Civil War. The city was a British colony for a spell, later seized by the Spanish and finally ceded to the United States in 1813. These shifts in control left indelible marks on Mobile's cultural and architectural identity. The city blossomed as a cotton port during the 19th century, only to be ravaged by the Civil War. Reconstruction brought a new era of growth and prosperity, which was reflected in the ornate buildings that now define its historic districts.  

    Historical landmarks abound, from the Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception with its soaring spires to the Battleship USS Alabama, which stands as a testament to Mobile's military history. Fort Conde, a reconstruction of the original 18th-century fort, offers a glimpse into the colonial era, while the historic homes in the Oakleigh Garden Historic District showcase antebellum architecture.  

    The rich tapestry of Mobile's past isn't just locked in these landmarks; it's alive in the city's atmosphere. Mardi Gras, introduced by the French and now a multi-week celebration, fills the streets with parades and masquerades, echoing centuries-old traditions. The city's culinary scene also offers a taste of history, with seafood dishes that trace back to the Gulf's earliest inhabitants and Creole flavors hinting at its colonial past.  

    Mobile's history is more than a chronicle of events; it's the foundation of its current culture. The struggles, triumphs, and transformations of the past are reflected in the pride of Mobilians today. The city doesn't just display its history; it invites you to experience it firsthand, walk its streets, and feel the pulse of a city that has continually reinvented itself while honoring the legacies upon which it was built.

  • The Local Mobile Alabama Food Scene

    Mobile, Alabama's food scene is as flavorful as its history. Traditional dishes here are steeped in the region's mix of French, Spanish, African, and Southern heritages, creating a culinary identity that's both distinctive and delectable. Seafood is the star of the show, with Gulf Coast catches like shrimp, oysters, and fish taking center stage. One can't mention Mobile cuisine without talking about West Indies Salad, a local invention comprising fresh crabmeat, vinegar, onions, and spices, or the city's take on gumbo, simmering with a variety of seafood and sausage.  

    For authentic local flavors, visitors flock to spots like Wintzell's Oyster House, known for its 'fried, stewed, and nude' oysters since 1938, or the down-home charm of The Brick Pit, where the barbecue smokes low and slow. Downtown Mobile buzzes with street food markets where food trucks and stalls serve up Southern classics with a twist alongside fresh, international fare that reflects the city's evolving tastes.  

    Food festivals like the Taste of Mobile showcase the city's culinary prowess, offering a smorgasbord of local dishes, while events such as the Alabama Seafood Cook-Off highlight the skill and innovation of local chefs. These gatherings are not just about food; they're celebrations of Mobile's culture, community, and the flavors that bring them together.  

    In recent years, the Mobile food scene has embraced modern trends, with chefs experimenting with fusion cuisines and gourmet experiences that incorporate global influences while honoring local traditions. New eateries and food halls offer creative takes on classic dishes, ensuring that the city's food scene is both grounded in its roots and looking forward to new culinary horizons.  

    The Mobile food landscape offers a feast for the senses and a reflection of the city itself: diverse, rich, and full of character. Whether you're after a taste of time-honored Southern comfort or eager to sample the innovative edge of contemporary kitchens, Mobile serves up a dining experience that's sure to satisfy.

  • Get Ready for Your Visit to Mobile Alabama

    Mobile, Alabama, is a city that promises visitors a unique blend of deep-rooted history, vibrant culture, and Southern hospitality. With its rich array of historical landmarks like the USS Alabama, the enchanting Bellingrath Gardens, and the lively spirit of Mardi Gras captured at the Mobile Carnival Museum, Mobile offers an experience that's as educational as it is entertaining. The city's cuisine is a delicious exploration of its cultural diversity, with fresh seafood and Southern classics awaiting your palate.  

    Getting to Mobile is hassle-free, thanks to its accessible location and the variety of travel packages tailored to fit any budget or interest. Whether you're flying in or driving down the picturesque Gulf Coast, this city is an easy add to your travel itinerary.  

    Don't just read about Mobile's charm—come and live it. There's a corner of this city ready to welcome you, from the echo of jazz in its streets to the serenity of its riverbanks. Book your trip to Mobile, Alabama, and immerse yourself in a city that's eager to share its stories and make you part of its ongoing tale.

Mobile Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Mobile cruises?

    Mobile cruises provide the perfect getaway vacation for you! You can relax and refresh on days spent on the boat while traveling between ports and then also go out and explore on days that the ship is docked. What better experience could you possibly want? Plus, there are a multitude of fun and entertaining amenities included in every cruise.

  • What’s included on a Mobile cruise?

    Every Mobile cruise includes different amenities, but accommodation and dining are included in the price. Stops at port cities along the cruise are also included, so you can get off the boat and explore many different destinations that you won't want to miss out on. Also, every cruise has a wide variety of fun entertainment options onboard. Some examples include performances, swimming pools, fitness centers, casinos, and even golf courses!

  • What’s the best Mobile cruise?

    Because each Mobile cruise is so different, one is not any better than the other! It comes down to which Mobile cruise best suits your needs. If you're interested in a short trip versus a long trip, that already helps narrow down your search. It can be a bit difficult trying to find the perfect cruise. If you find that you need some help, give our cruise ship experts a call at 1-800-627-3753. They're here for you during business hours and would love to help out!

  • How much do Mobile cruises cost?

    Each Mobile cruise has a different cost, but it's best to break it down by price per day. Some cruises cost as little as $50 a day while others cost closer to $80 a day. It all depends! Luckily, Affordable Tours works to provide you with great discounts and promotions so that you can save up to 80% off advertised prices for various cruises. 

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