Christmas Markets in Budapest 2023

Holiday Fairs At Various Venues You Don’t Want To Miss

Come and explore our favourite Christmas Markets in Budapest: from the most popular ones to smaller, more idyllic festive fairs!

The Hungarian capital was voted the most affordable Christmas Market destination in Europe more than a decade ago by the British Daily Mail!

This “award” may not be still valid in 2023 but you should still visit at least the two biggest Xmas fairs for their unique and charming atmosphere and quality, handcrafted products.

Besides the two must-see holiday markets, we included a good handful of other Advent bazaars and events at various points of Budapest.

birds'eye view of the Christmas fair in front of St. Stephen Basilica at night, the ice rink and the Christmas Tree in the middle of it illuminated in blueish pink

Quick Links:

🎄 Vörösmarty SquareDeák Ferenc Street (Fashion Str.)TIP: Christmas Cruises – 🎁 St. Stephen’s BasilicaErzsébet Square – ❄ Winter Festival In City Hall Park (Városháza Park)Advent Festival In Madách SquareGozsdu Court – ☕ Corvin Hütte (Corvin Plaza) – ⛸ Winter Wonderland (Rooftop Terrrace WestEnd Shopping Centre) – ♻ Green Xmas Market, Klauzál SquareWhale (Bálna)Várkert Bazaar – 🎠Vajdahunyad Castle in City Park (Magic Grove)Allee Shopping Centre – 🌟 Advent in Óbuda – 🤔 Which One To Visit?

Apart from the best-known festive fair on Vörösmarty Square, the city has some other fabulous markets with

  • Unique craft products,
  • Tasty local food and drinks as well as
  • Great programs

Admission is free to all events.

I love strolling in the Budapest with our 2 boys during the Advent period when the streets and squares take on festive decor and lighting and we try to drop by each major Xmas fair.

Here’s our list of must-visit Christmas markets in Budapest.

A young guy wearing a black T-shirt, a red apron and red cap baking funnel over charcoal
Funnel Cake – The Iconic Local Sweet Treat At the Vörösmarty Sqr. Xmas Market

Festive Christmas Dinner Cruises

Christmas Market at Vörösmarty Square

Date & Opening Hours 2023

  • 17. November – 01. January 2024.
  • Monday – Thursday: 11.00 – 21.00
  • Friday – saturday: 11.00 – 22.00
  • Sunday: 11.00 – 21.00
  • 24. December: 10.00 – 14.00
  • 25 – 26. December: 10.00 – 18.00
  • 31. December/NYE: 11.00 – 05.00
  • 01. January 2024: 11.00 – 17.00
the Christmas tree in Vörösmarty Square lit up for the night

Location – Getting There:

  • Vörösmarty tér, district V.,
  • M1 underground (yellow line), M1, M2, M3 metro lines: Deák tér station or tram 2 Széchenyi tér stop: a couple of minutes walk from both stops

This is the most popular holiday fair in Budapest with a central location on a plaza in front of the Gerbeaud Coffee House.

Around 100 stalls are set up around the slender Christmas tree that is decorated with different colours of ornaments each year.

Concerts, craft and play house, miniature raliway for children, the visit of Santa Claus on 6. December, tasty local food are the main highlights of this fair:

  • Stuffed cabbage,
  • Goulash,
  • Grilled meats and sausages,
  • Flat bread (lepény) baked in clay oven,
  • Strudels,
  • Sekler cake, beigli, flódni and other sweets,
  • Fragrant winter beverages (mulled wine, krampampuli, grog, tea) are the best features of this holiday bazaar.
tourists looking at the food offer at one of the booths on the Christams Market in Vörösmarty tér, the Xmas tree can be seen in the background

A varied program, folk, jazz, world music, soul, blues, crossover concerts offer entertainment on the centre stage between 17.00-20.00 on weekdays, and between 16.00 – 20.00 on weekends.

Note: Meal and drink prices are quite high, compared to Christmas markets in Vienna and other Central European cities. The same goes for the Advent fair in front of the Basilica.

Food & Drink Price Examples (Vörösmarty Square and Basilica):

  • Mulled wine (3 dl) 1 350 HUF, espresso: 1 000 HUF, gingerbread latte: 2 000 HUF, hot tea (3 dl): 1 000 HUF,
  • Chimney cake: 2 000 – 3 000 HUF,
  • Stuffed cabbage: 7 000 HUF, Goulash in a loaf of bread: 4 500 HUF,
  • Lángos: 2 200 – 3 000HUF,
  • Chicken paprikash: 5 900 HUF,
  • Beef stew: 6 500 HUF,
  • Burger: 6 500 HUF,
  • Bbq ribs: 5 900 HUF,
  • Roasted chestnut: 2 500 HUF/7 EUR
  • Strudel: 1 500 – 1800 HUF

You can pay with bank card only in Vörösmarty Square. Vendors in the fair by St. Stephen’s Basilica accept both cash and bank card.

See our photos taken on the Vörösmarty Square Xmas Market in 2023.

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Christmas Market In Fashion Street/Deák Ferenc Street


You can do two markets in one visit because Fashion Street (Deák Ferenc utca) that cuts through Vörösmarty Square also hosts one: with a Christmas tree installation in front of the Hotel Kempinski Corvinus.

All sorts of

  • Food and drink offers,
  • Strudel,
  • Sekler Cake (kürtöskalács) and other pastries,
  • Oven-baked flat bread with delicious toppings and of course
  • Pottery, ceramics,
  • Embroidered folk textiles to tempt you to open your wallet.

And right after a walk along Fashion Street you can head to the Basilica on St. Stephen Square…

a silver Xmas tree intsallaion in front of the Kempinski Hotel and a red Merceds car with Christmas green decoration on its top
Fashion Street Decked Up In Holiday Decor

Best Programs To Experience Budapest In The Advent Period

Here some highly recommended tours to quickly absorb Budapest’s many attractions, history and culture. A river cruise with dinner is an excellent way to see the city all lit up for the night.

Erzsébet Square – Christmas Market


You will find another no too big holiday market along the Western side of the downtown square, Erzsébet tér.

  • Chimney cake (kürtős kalács),
  • Pancakes,
  • Donuts,
  • Beigli and other local cakes, pastries, Christmas specialties,
  • Street food by Montenegro Gourmand (pljeskavica, cevap),
  • Mulled wine, tea and coffee our the main offer here.
Xmas decorated wooden booths lining a path on Erzsébet Square in on a cloudy late November day

Besides food, you can buy fur hats, scarfs, postcards and other nick nacks here.

TIP: A bit touristy, but it’s right in the centre. Walking along Fashion Street/Deák Street from the direction of Vörösmarty Square you’ll end up at Erzsébet tér.

So you can visit 3 holiday fairs of Budapest at one go!

Christmas Fair at St. Stephen’s Basilica


  • 17. November 2023 – 01. January 2024.

Opening Hours:

  • Mon – Thurs: 11:00 – 21:00,
  • Fri – Sat: 11:00 – 23:00,
  • Sun: 11.00 -21.00
  • December 24.: 11:00 – 15:00,
  • Dec 25. and Dec 26.: 10.00 – 20.00
  • December 31.: craft vendors:11:00 – 22:00, food & drinks: 11.00 – 03.00 am
  • 01. January, 2024: 11.00 – 18.00
Christmas-themed light painting on the facade of Budapest's Basilica, lots of people at thefestive market on St. Stephen's Square in the evening, we can see the lamps in the street leading up to the church lit up

The spacious Szt. István Square in front of the Basilica gives home to an Advent Festival and Christmas Market from 18. November till the beginning of the New Year, 01. January 2024.

No other venue can be more fitting to a festive Christmas fair than the St. Stephen’s Basilica in downtown Budapest.

The four and half week long event offers plenty of entertainment besides special artisan gifts for your loved ones.

Our sons especially love the 200 sqrm ice skating rink that is free for children. Another plus is that you can rent skates.

  • Handmade chocolate bonbons,
  • Leather gloves,
  • Design jewelry,
  • Strawberry wine,
  • Pálinka – the local’s favourite distilate
  • Csabai salami and
  • more to see, buy and taste on the market.
the Chirtsmas Market in front of St. Stephen's Basilica lit up at night - photo taken form the steps of the Basilica

The fair will be bigger than previous years: Budapest’s best street food vendors will offer delicacies in Zrínyi utca from Sas utca to Széchenyi tér.

You can have:

  • Lángos – locals’ staple snack – deep fried pastry with cheese and sour cream or other toppings
  • Gourmet burgers by Zing Burger,
  • Kürtöskalács (funnel/chimney cake)
  • BBQ specialties
  • Fried cheese burgers by Paneer,
  • Burgers, grilled sausages by KIOSK (a popular downtown restuarant on Március 15. tér)

See also our photos taken on the Advent Fair at Budapest Basilica .

around half a dozen lángos on a stainless steel dripping tray, a young men withcropped dark hair in black apron stands behind the counter at the fair at the Basilica

Programs Of The Christmas Market At The Basilica

You can visit the following programs and events:

  • Opening Ceremony of the Market – 02. December at 16.00: the first light on the Advent Wreath next to the Christmas tree will be lighted and the occasion is also the official opening of the holiday fair.
  • Light Painting this year in 3D- spectacular light show and animation with festive themes every day from 16.30 till 22.00. Put on 3D glasses available at the market (or you can use your own) and enjoy the visual show!
  • Folk Dance – Performance by the Göncöl Folk Ensemble – Hungarian Dances Flash Mob performance in front of the Basilica
  • Awaiting Santa Claus – 06 December (at 12.00 – 16.00 and 17.00 – 18.00): well-known local people will dress up and play Santa with story telling and singing.
Zrínyi street and the square in front of the Budapest's Basilica all decked up in Chrismas lights

Visit also the official site of the event for more details.

Winter Festival In Városháza/City Hall Park, Nov 24 – Jan 07


  • November 24, 2023 – January 07, 2024

Location, Getting There:

  • Városháza Park & Deák Ferenc tér, city centre (View On Map)
  • M1, M2, M3 underground lines – Deák Ferenc metro station and tram termini, a 2-min walk from there, trams 47, 49


Free to programs except for the ice rink which costs 1 950 HUF.

Christmas fair in City Hall park at night
Winter Festival In Vársoháza Park (Downtown Bp)

The Winter & Christmas Festival in Budapest’s City Hall park is another centrally located holiday extravaganza that kicks of at the end of November.

Craft fair, food and drinks and an ice rink plus concerts on the weekends make this fair another must-visit when you come to Budapest.

Moreover, this is the longest of all the Xmas thmed fairs, welcoming visitors till January 07, 2024.

Advent Festival In Madách Square, Decemeber 03 – 22

Date & Opening Hours:

  • December 03 – 22, 2023
  • Open: every day: 10.00 – 21.00

Location & Getting There:

  • Madách Imre tér (See on Map)
  • M1, M2, M3 metro lines: Deák Ferenc tér, 2 min walk (160 m) from there
  • Trams 47 49 – getoff at Deák Ferenc tér termini, walk cc. 2 minutes

Madách Imre Square in downtown Budapest turns into festive hustle and bustle with concerts, street theater attractions, and a holiday atmosphere in December.

The Christmas market is open every day from December 3 to 22, from 10 am to 9 pm.

Festive street market in Madach Square, light turned on for the night
Advent Fair – Madách Square

TIP: Madách Imre tér is really close to Deák Ferenc tér and Városháza Park where another holiday bazaar takes place till January 07 (see above) so you can combine visiting the two events. What’s more, Gozsdu Court – just a short walk from both Deák tér and Madách tér – also hosts a Christmas market (see below) so you can easily pack in 3 holiday markets in one go.

Christmas Fair In Gozsdu Court, December 08-24


  • December 08 – 24. , 2023

Location – Getting There:

  • Gozsdu Udvar, Király utca 13.-Dob utca 16., district VII. (View on Map)
  • M1, M2, M3 metros or tram 47 and 49: Deák tér station, a short walk from there
  • Tram 4 and 6: Király utca-Erzsébet körút stop, (cc. 600 m walk)

Opening Hours:

  • Mon – Thurs: 12.00 – 19.00,
  • Fri – Sat – Sun: 10.00 – 19.00
  • 24. December/Sunday: 10.00 – 15.00

The party hot spot of the city hosts the weekly Designer & Antique Market: a place to get some nice, quality antique, vintage, retro, and design products.

Christmas firs from large to small at the entrance of Gozsdu Court
Gozsdy Court – Prepping For Xmas

In December the place turns into a festive street fair where you can pick up some unique artisan gifts for your loved ones.

See more on their website.

Corvin Hütte Christmas Fair, Nov 23 – Dec 24, 2023


  • November 23 – December 24, 2023

Location, Getting There:

  • Corvin sétány Bp 1082, bheind Corvin Plaza Shopping Mall
  • Trams 4 and 6, M3 metro (blue line), Corvin-negyed stop

Corvin Promenade, behind the Corvin Plaza is acommunity hub full of cafes, pubs and restaurants. The scent of cinnamon punch, mulled wine, and hot chocolate will surely lure to the venue of the Christma sMarket held here in December.

a young man serving food to a female customer on the Christmas fair at Corvin Plaza Mall
Christmas Market – Corvin Promenade

Whether you want to unwind after work with

  • A delicious dinner,
  • Taste exquisite hot chocolate with your child, or
  • Sip mulled wine snuggled up with your partner, you’ll surely find what you’re looking for here.

Moreover, if you drop by on the weekend you can browse among the stalls of a craft fair tailored to a different theme on each occasion.

Winter Wonderland, Rooftop Terrace, WestEnd Mall, Till December 31

The popular shopping centre, WestEnd, next to Nyugati Square hosts a festive holiday fair on its rooftop terrace all through December.

Street food, hot wine, tea, coffee and other drinks concerts, ice skating a a vintage carousel guarantee a wonderful time for the whole family.

Location, Getting There:

  • WestEnd Shopping Mall: Váci út1-3, Budapest 1062 (View On Map)
  • Getting There: M3 metro (blue): Nyugati tér sttaion, trams 4 and 6 Nyugati tér stop


  • FREE:
ice rink on the rooftop of the WestEnd mall illuminated at night

Ice Skating Fee:

  • Free for children under 10 and for those with a valid address card from the VI. or XIII. district.
  • For those over 10 years old, the entry is 1 500 HUF, and in return, you’ll receive a 1,500 HUF Westend gift card. The full amount can be redeemed on the card until the date indicated on the card in stores accepting the Westend gift voucher, the list of which can be found here.
  • Rental fee for ice skates on-site: 1 200 HUF

Opening Hours:

  • Mon – Fri: 12.00 – 22.00
  • Sat – Sun: 10.00 22.00
  • CLOSED: December 24, 25 and 26
  • December 31: 10.00 – 17.00

Green Christmas Market – Klauzál Square, Dec 09-10 & Dec 16-17

Location, getting there:

  • Akácfa utca 42-48, Bp 1072 (View On Map)
  • Trams 4, 6: Wesselényi utca-Erzsébet körút stop, cc. 5-min walk from there (400 m)

Opening Hours:

  • November 25 -26: 10.00 – 18.00

Budapest’s largest indoor Christmas market awaits youin the Klauzál Square Market Hall on 4 weekends leading up to the holiday.

This green market focuses on environmental and nature friendly products so this is the place you need to visit if you want to get something that poses less strain to nature.

Food Market in Klauzál Square

You can browse among stalls offering a multitude of beautifully crafted gifts and unique treasures like:

  • One-of-a-kind design creations,
  • Creatively recycled products,
  • Natural cosmetics, soaps,
  • Jewelry,
  • Clothing, bags,
  • Fashion accessories,
  • DIY and vintage-style home decor items, artisanal gastronomic delights … genuine treasures of quality!

In addition to the market, the organisers welcome both young and old with exciting family activities!

Whale/Bálna Building: WAMP Design Fair, Xmas Edition

Date Of The Christmas Fair:

  • December 03, 10, 17 2023

Address – Getting There:

  • Fővám tér 11-12, Budapest 1093, (near the Great Market Hall), See on Google Maps
  • M4 metro (green line), Fővám tér station, Tram 2, 2B Fővám tér stop

The steel and glass entertainment and shopping centre called Bálna/Whale on the Pest side of the river is is an ideal place for a Christmas-themed event.

The popular WAMP design and craft fair awaits visitors on two occasions in December 2023.

The terrace of the Whale building offers amazing views of the Danube and the Buda side that you can enjoy while sipping ahot drink or refreshing cocktail..

craft fair on the first floor of the Whale building
Festive Craft & Art Fair In The Whale

A 450 sqm Ice Rink awaits with amazing panorama which is free for everyone. Skate rental is available for 1 000 HUF/3 hours.

Opening Hours Of The Ice Rink

  • Mon – Thurs: 10.00 – 14.00, 15.00 – 22.00,
  • Fri-Sat: 10.00 – 14.00, 15.00 – 24.00
  • Sun: 10.00 – 14.00, 15.00 – 22.00

Christmas-New Year Opening Hours

  • 24. December:  10.00 – 14.00
  • 25 -26. December: Closed
  • 31. December: 10.00 – 14.00, 15.00 – 18.00
  • 01. January: Closed

Free ice rink with Disco from 18.00 every day.

St. Nicholas Day (Mikulás in Hungarian) on 6th December is one of the most awaited days of the year by children in Hungary because Mikulás (the local equivalent of Santa Claus) brings them small gifts, mostly sweets and fruits in a red packet.

If you have children you can await Santa at the Whale on on 03. and 04, December with programs starting from 15.00.

TIP: Find out about some other great Christmas and New Year’s Eve/Day Programs in Budapest: festive concerts with dance performances, boat party and many more.

Várkert Bazaar (Castle Garden), Buda – Advent Programs, December 09 -17, 2023


  • Sundays in December 2023

Location – Address:

  • Ybl Miklós tér 2-6., district I., between Elizabeth Bridge and the Chain Bridge (View On Map)

The Castle Garden Bazaar at the Buda side of the Danube will host Advent programs on Sundays in December with

  • Folk craft fair,
  • Concerts,
  • Food trucks,
  • A small ice rink
  • Free children programs each Sunday.
a large Christmas tree surrounded with gift boxes in front of the palace building in Castle Bazaar
Advent Weekends In Castle Bazaar (Buda)

This is another scenic Christmas fair in the city, at the foot of the Castle Hill overlooking the Danube and the Pest side.

After looking around the craft market you sure will be tempted to try the tasty street food offered by the trucks: from local specialties (Kobe Sausages) to international favourites (burgers, piadina, waffels, pancakes) and hot drinks, the choice is ample.

Christmas In City Park: Magic Grove (Varázsliget), Dec 08, 2023 – Jan 01, 2024 – Best For Families with Kids!


  • Vajdahunyad Castle, Városliget/City Park (next to Heroes’ Sqr.) (See on Map)

Opening Hours:

  • December 08 – January 01:
  • Mon – Thurs: 11.00 – 19.00
  • Fri – Sun: 10.00 – 19.00

Christmas-New Year Opening Hours:

  • December 24/Christmas Eve: 10.00 – 14.00
  • December 25 – 26: 10.00 – 19.00
  • December 31: 10.00 – 19.00
  • January 01/New Year’s Day: 10.00 – 19.00

Budapest’s popular leisure park, the Városliget will be decked out for the seasonal holidays and welcomes everyone with

  • Craft market,
  • Food and drinks, and
  • Exciting children and family programs

What’s more, a magical Christmas wonderland, called Varázsliget/Magic Grove, has opened against the enchanting backdrop of Vajdahunyad Castle.

Adorned with festive lights and featuring captivating attractions such as a

  • Giant magic wheel (prices: under 14 years: 1 500 HUF, 14 yrs and older: 2 000 HUF a
  • Miniature railway (a ride costs 1 500 HUF, a
  • Bewitching carousel (price: 1 500 HUF), and a
  • Magic igloo globe where a fairy will help children make their fairy wings or wands (entry: free)
Christmas atmosphere at night in front of Vajdahunyad castle in Budapest's city park
Christmas In City Park, At Vajdahunyad Castle
carousel lit up at night in front of Vajdahunyad Castle
Carousel In The Magic Grove
wooden booths illuminated for the night selling handcrafted gifts and food at Vajdahunyad Castle
Christmas-Themed Craft Market

the fairy tale Grove offers thrilling programs for families with kids till January 01, 2024.

TIP: Unlike other attractions, the Magic Grove will be open throughout the holidays: on Christmas Eve/Dec 24, and the following two days: Dec 25-26

Christmas Fair At The Allee Shopping Centre, December 01-24, 2023


  • December 01 – 24, 2023.

Opening Hours:

  • Every day: 10.00 – 20.00

The small pedestrian street next to the Allee Shopping Mall also hosts a Christmas fair each year.

You will find nothing surprising at the vendors: clothes, accessories, gifts and knick-knacks, and the usual fair-staples: honey, jams, pálinka, mulled wine, flat bread/bread pizza.

Advent In Óbuda, Main Square (Fő tér)


  • December 01 – 23, 2023

Christmas Market Gastro Promenade Opening Hours:

  • Mon – Thurs: 14.00 – 21.00, Fri – Sun: 10.00 – 22.00

Admission: free

Although Óbuda (Old Buda), district III. of Budapest, is a bit out of the city centre, it is worth going to to the festive Advent fair that is starting on 01. December.

The event is held on the district’s charming Main Square with a tall Christmas tree standing in the centre but programs are also held on Szentlélek tér, a square at 2-minute walk from Main Sqr.

Christmas tree from tree trunks illuminated in purple and green in the main Sqr of Obuda

Genuine handmade artifacts, fragrant Christmas drinks (mulled wine, tea, krampampuli), street food (flat bread baked in clay oven), traditional Hungarian dishes (fishermen’s soup, catfish paprikash, stuffed cabbage, veal paprikash, roasted goose, grilled meats, sausages and a wide choice of programs (concerts, folk music and dance, children activities) welcome everyone.

  • A nativity scene,
  • animal petting area,
  • an antique merry-go-round,
  • lots of activities for children (ice skating, Santa Adventure Park on 05. December/Saturday)
  • concerts every weekend are the other allures of the event.

The ice rink (free entry) is open from the last weekend of November till end of February, every day between 08.00 – 20.00.

Which Christmas Market Should You Visit While In Budapest?

Naturally you won’t have time to visit each holiday fair especially if you stay in Budapest only for 1-2 days and you would get sick of Xmas markets and the whole holiday anyway if you tried to do so.

To help you plan your visit we recommend three Xmas fairs we love the best:

1. The Christmas Market at Vörösmarty Square is a must (though it tends to be crowded especially in the afternoons and evenings) – it’s easily accessible (the Deák tér metro hub is close by, but the M1 Underground/yellow line has a stop at the square) and is the official Xmas market of Budapest and everybody raves about it.

2. The Advent Fair at St. Stephen’s Basilica – we felt the festive atmosphere the best at this event, might be due to the presence of the Basilica commanding the square.

3. Christmas Fair in Óbuda – you can kill two birds with one stone: explore this slightly hidden neighbourhood of Budapest and enjoy a great programs and food.

4. The Open-Air Winter Festival at the Palace of Arts is highly recommended too if you aren’t after buying something just have a good time. Ideal for families with kids!

TIP: Take a ride on the special Christmas Trams – 6 lines in 2023 – that are decorated in festive lighting and run between the beginning of December usually till 07. January 2024. Tram 2 along the riverbank in Pest is the most accessible for tourists in the city centre.

FAQ – Christmas Markets In Budapest

Q: Which Christmas Market is best for families with kids?

A: Each festive market offers some activites for children, but the best one geared towards children is the Magic Grove/Varázsliget at Vajdahunyad Castle in City Park (between December 08 ’23 – January 01 ’24). The largest fair in Vörösmarty Square has a little railway that takes the kids around. Other fairs have ice rink: Basilica Advent Fair, Winter Wonderland on the rooftop of WestEnd Mall, Christmas Festival in City Hall Park.
I also like the Advent festival in Óbuda – it’s less touristy and it too has an ice rink.

Q: What are the food and drink prices at the Christmas Markets in Budapest?

A: Prices for food and drinks have gone up considerably at the two largest holiday fairs: in Vörösmarty tér (payment is with bank card only) and by the Basilica (here you can pay both with card and cash).

Examples: goulash in plastic bowl: 4 500 HUF, stuffed cabbage: 7 000 HUF, lángos with sour cream and cheese: 3 900 HUF, chimney cake: 2 500 – 3 500 HUF, meat skewer: 5 000 HUF, hot wine: 1 350 HUf, tea: 1 000 HUF, hot chocolate: 2 200 HUF, strudel: 1 800 HUF

Q: What can I pay with at the markets (card or cash)?

A: At the Christmas fair in Vörösmarty Square you can pay only with bank/credit card. Vendors at St. Stephen’s Basilica accept both card and cash. The rest of the holiday markets also accept both cash and card.

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