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Paris to Amsterdam by train

The journey from Paris to Amsterdam by train is 267.8 mi and takes 3 hr 48 min. There are 25 connections per day, with the first departure at 6:21 AM and the last at 8:25 PM. It is possible to travel from Paris to Amsterdam by train for as little as $35.92 or as much as $381.80. The best price for this journey is $35.92.

Lowest Price$35.92
Journey Duration3 hr 48 min
Connection per Day25
Lowest Price$35.92
Highest Price$381.80
First Departure6:21 AM
Last Departure8:25 PM
Distance267.8 mi
DepartureParis
ArrivalAmsterdam
CarriersOUIGO, EurostarMore

Paris to Amsterdam Train Times

Departure date
Tuesday, Jun 18, 2024

Traveling from Paris to Amsterdam by Train

Taking the train from Paris to Amsterdam typically lasts 3 hr 48 min, covering a distance of 267.8 mi between the two iconic cities. On an average day, there are about 25 train services connecting Paris and Amsterdam. For those mindful of their budget, tickets can be found priced as low as $35.92. Train from Paris usually leaves from Paris Montparnasse 3 Vaugirard,Paris - Gare De Lyon,Paris Gare du Nord,Paris La Défense,Paris Beauvais-Tillé Airport,Paris - Orly Airport,Paris, Porte Maillot,Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport Terminal 2C stations, arriving at Amsterdam, W Hotel,Amsterdam, Leidseplein,Amsterdam Zuid Wtc,Duivendrecht Station,Amsterdam, Station Holendrecht,Amsterdam Dam,Amsterdam - Sloterdijk,Amsterdam Science Park,Amsterdam Rai,Diemen, Treinstation,Amsterdam Muiderpoort,SCHIPHOL AIRPORT,Amsterdam, Centraal Station,Amsterdam - Bijlmer Arena,Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum,Amsterdam, Amstel stations in Amsterdam. While some routes might be direct, Virail makes sure travelers are well-informed about both direct and transfer routes to their destination. Passengers should arrive at least 30 minutes before departure to ensure a seamless boarding process.

Amenities on the Eurostar train from Paris to Amsterdam

High-speed trains branded as Eurostar now connect Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and other major cities. Thalys, a consortium of the French, Belgian, and Dutch national railways, previously operated these trains until it merged with Eurostar in 2022. All Thalys trains are rebranded as Eurostar but have different classes, catering, check-in, and other arrangements compared to the Eurostars operating from London. 

 First Class, also known as Comfort 1, has spacious seating arrangements with only three seats across the width of the train, ensuring more legroom and wider seats. Passengers also receive complimentary newspapers, magazines, and internet access and can enjoy complimentary drinks, meals, and snacks during their journey. Electrical sockets are available for those who prioritize charging their devices, and there's even a taxi reservation service for added convenience. 

Arriving by train at Amsterdam Centraal Station

Upon arrival in Amsterdam, travelers are greeted by the architectural beauty of Amsterdam Central Station. This central hub is a transportation nexus served by lines 2, 12, 13, and 17. Buses, including lines 18, 21, 22, and 48, provide access to various parts of the city and its outskirts. For those exploring Amsterdam's iconic canals, ferries behind the station offer free rides across the IJ river to Amsterdam North and other destinations. 

Things to Do in Amsterdam:

  1. Explore the historic Anne Frank House.
  2. Admire art at the Van Gogh Museum.
  3. Take a canal cruise and see the city from the water.
  4. Visit the bustling Albert Cuyp Market.
  5. Relax at Vondelpark, Amsterdam's largest city park.
  6. Discover the Royal Palace of Amsterdam.
  7. Experience the nightlife at Rembrandtplein.
  8. Learn about the city's history at the Amsterdam Museum.
  9. Stroll through the picturesque Jordaan neighborhood.
  10. Visit the modern EYE Film Institute Netherlands.

Foods to Try in Amsterdam:

  1. Stroopwafel: A sweet treat made of two thin waffles with caramel syrup filling.
  2. Bitterballen: Savory meat-based balls, deep-fried to perfection.
  3. Haring: Raw herring fish, typically served with onions and pickles.
  4. Poffertjes: Miniature fluffy pancakes, often topped with powdered sugar.
  5. Patat: Dutch-style fries, usually served with a variety of sauces.
  6. Erwtensoep: Traditional Dutch pea soup, perfect for cold days.
  7. Oliebollen: Deep-fried dough balls, typically enjoyed during New Year's celebrations.
  8. Kaas: Dutch cheese varieties like Gouda and Edam.
  9. Kroket: A deep-fried roll with meat ragout inside.
  10. Appeltaart: Dutch apple pie, often enjoyed with a dollop of whipped cream.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam:

  1. Embrace Cycling: Rent a bike to explore the city like a local. Amsterdam's extensive bike lanes make cycling safe and enjoyable but remember to stay alert, especially during busy times.
  2. Use Public Transportation: Get an OV Chipkaart for convenient access to public transport. This card works on buses, trams, and metros, making it easy to navigate the city.
  3. Visit During Off-Peak Months: Avoid visiting in August due to crowds. Opt for May or June for better weather and fewer tourists.
  4. Get the I Amsterdam City Card: If you plan to visit multiple museums and attractions, this card offers excellent value, including free entry to many sites and additional perks like canal cruises.
  5. Explore Local Markets: Visit street markets like the Albert Cuypmarkt to taste local life. Enjoy fresh produce, Dutch cheese, and other local delicacies.

Day Trips from Amsterdam:

If you want to see traditional Dutch life with looks like windmills and wooden houses, you should go to Zaanse Schans. Keukenhof Gardens, open in spring, showcases millions of tulips in full bloom. Utrecht and Haarlem's historic and picturesque cities are perfect for canal-side strolls and medieval architecture. For a seaside escape, head to Zandvoort or Bloemendaal. Giethoorn, known as the "Venice of the North," is a village with no roads, only canals, making it a serene getaway from the city's hustle.

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If you're looking for the best deal for your trip from Paris to Amsterdam, booking train tickets in advance is a great way to save money, but keep in mind that advance tickets are usually not available until 3 months before your travel date.

Stay flexible with your travel time and explore off-peak journeys

Planning your trips around off-peak travel times not only means that you'll be able to avoid the crowds, but can also end up saving you money. Being flexible with your schedule and considering alternative routes or times will significantly impact the amount of money you spend on getting from Paris to Amsterdam.

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Checking on the latest deals can help save a lot of money, making it worth taking the time to browse and compare prices. So make sure you get the best deal on your ticket and take advantage of special fares for children, youth and seniors as well as discounts for groups.

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Price as departure date approaches

Train companies may charge higher ticket prices as the date of departure approaches. Prices in the next days can range from around $72.65 to $154.53 but may be subject to change. Our advice is to book as early as possible to potentially save up to 53% on your trip!

Best time to book cheap train tickets from Paris to Amsterdam

The cheapest Paris - Amsterdam train tickets can be found for as low as $75.63 if you’re lucky, or $104.96 on average. The most expensive ticket can cost as much as $134.28.

Find the best day to travel to Amsterdam by train

When travelling to Amsterdam by train, if you want to avoid crowds you can check how frequently our customers are travelling in the next 30-days using the graph below. On average, the peak hours to travel are between 6:30am and 9am in the morning, or between 4pm and 7pm in the evening. Please keep this in mind when travelling to your point of departure as you may need some extra time to arrive, particularly in big cities!

Carriers on this route

Find out more about the carriers on this route.

Eurostar is a high-speed passenger train service connecting London with several cities in mainland Europe, including Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Launched in 1994, Eurostar has since established itself as a popular mode of transportation for leisure and business travelers. With speeds reaching up to 300 km/h, Eurostar trains offer a fast and environmentally-friendly.

In 2013, the French national railway company SNCF introduced OUIGO to offer budget-friendly TGV travel options. Choose between the lightning-fast OUIGO Grande Vitesse, reaching speeds of 300 km/h, or the more leisurely OUIGO Classique, which offers a nostalgic train ride experience.

TGV inOui, which replaces traditional TGV services by offering a contemporary upgrade, is a high-speed train service operated by the French National Railways, SNCF that make it easy to explore around 50 destinations in neighboring countries such as Belgium, Germany, and Spain. TGV inOUI is designed to offer more comfort and flexibility to travelers, with features such as spacious seats, Wi-Fi, and catering services. It connects major cities in France and provides a fast, convenient, and comfortable mode of travel.

<p><strong>Brand Update: Thalys Transforms into Eurostar!</strong> Thalys has rebranded as Eurostar after a merger, retaining its red trains and schedules, now with an Eurostar logo. Thalys is a high-speed train operator serving in France, Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands. Following its merger with Eurostar, the service will now be available in these countries as well as in the UK.<br>Thalys trains operate at high speeds, reaching speeds of up to 300 km/h, making them one of the fastest and most convenient ways to travel between cities in the region. The trains have modern amenities, including comfortable seating, Wi-Fi, and on-board dining options, making them a popular choice for both business and leisure travelers.</p>

Ticket types and facilities from Paris to Amsterdam

Compare the different ticket types and the facilities provided by Eurostar, OUIGO and TGV inOui when traveling from Paris to Amsterdam.

Standard

Eurostar Standard tickets are for budget-conscious travelers and the most widely available and affordable option. However, they have limited flexibility
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Standard Premier

Eurostar Standard Premier tickets offer a premium economy experience, ideal for work in quiet and comfort, but at a higher cost than Standard. This ticket includes extra legroom, complimentary meals, and access to magazines.
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Business Premier

Business Premier tickets are Eurostar's first-class option with top-level comfort and flexibility, but also the most expensive. With this ticket, you will have spacious seating, delectable meals served at your seat, access to exclusive lounges, and dedicated assistance.
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Standard Class / TGV

OUIGO Grande Vitesse offers a single class, akin to second-class travel, which accounts for its affordable ticket prices. Adult fares start at €10, depending on the destination, while children can travel for €5. Tickets for OUIGO can only be purchased online.
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Standard Class / Classical

OUIGO Train Classique only have one class, which is equivalent to second class travel, which is why ticket prices are cheap. Tickets are available from €10 for adults (depending on destination) and €5 for children, and OUIGO train tickets are only available online.
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Second Class (The essentials)

For a practical and affordable journey, TGV INOUI has two fares for second class tickets: The Prems Second, an affordable option, and The Second, the classic second class. Both of them can be exchanged and refunded, subject to certain conditions. The Prem's fare tickets are perfect if you're looking for the lowest prices, starting at just 15€ and available for booking up to 4 months in advance.
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First Class (The comfort)

First-class tickets take your journey to the next level, offering enhanced comfort and exclusive benefits, including the option to choose seats in the Quiet Area. Additionally, this ticket offers flexibility for your booking and provides added benefits to Second Class features.
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Business Première (The flexibility)

Business Première offers premium advantages like no-cost exchanges or refunds and exclusive amenities including advanced Wi-Fi and access to Grand Voyageur lounges, all while ensuring flexibility in your booking.
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Standard

With The Standard ticket, you can get a budget-friendly second class seat with advanced booking. Free exchange until 7 days before departure and refundable until 7 days before departure, non-refundable after.
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Comfort

You can get a first class seat with The Comfort fare. Free exchange until 7 days before departure and refundable until 7 days before departure, non-refundable after.
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Premium

You can travel with a customized rate with full service benefits of the Premium fare. Experience a comfortable journey and maximum flexibility to make changes or cancel up until the last minute.
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Facility Description

Find out more about the different facilities available onboard with each carrier on this route.

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Business Premier travelers and Eurostar™ carte blanche holders enjoy free wi-fi in lounges at select stations. Free wi-fi vouchers are available at Ashford's information desk. All trains also provide free wi-fi, connect via EurostarTrainsWiFi.
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Starting September 2012, a quiet coach option is available for Business and Standard Premier travelers at no extra cost.
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Every seat features UK and European power sockets. Business Premier and Standard Premier also include USB sockets.
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Your Eurostar ticket allows you to take a generous amount of luggage on board with no weight restrictions. You can carry two suitcases and one hand-held item, all labeled properly, as long as they don't exceed 85 cm in length. Baby strollers and pushchairs are allowed on board. You can also bring your bike or musical instrument, which will count as one of your two medium-sized luggage pieces as long as it is in a carrying case under 85 cm in length.
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Assistance for travelers with disabilities or the elderly is available at all stations. The type of assistance varies by location. Pre-booking at least 24 hours in advance is recommended, with a 60-minute prior arrival if not pre-booked.
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Café Métropole aboard Eurostar trains offers discounts for reusable cups. Unsold food is donated to Olio, benefiting London communities. Food in Standard Premier: Standard Premier offers international dishes throughout the day. Breakfast features fruits, pastries, and more until 10:14. After 10:15, enjoy a light meal, dessert, and drinks. Food in Business Premier: Business Premier's menu is curated by Michelin-starred chef Raymond Blanc OBE. Drinks, from tea to champagne, are available throughout the journey.
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Fresh air is constantly drawn in and filtered throughout the journey.
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Got a musical instrument or guitar under 85 cm? You can include it as part of your luggage on Eurostar. If you have a boxed bike, reserve a spot by reaching out to the Eurostar travel service (available on select trains). Folding and children's bikes under 85 cm are welcome, but they should be in a protective bag. Heads up: e-scooters and hoverboards are a no-go. Plus, you can bring along a pair of skis or a snowboard in addition to your luggage
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You have access WiFi (OUIFI) and delve into the OUIFUN entertainment portal for an added fee.
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On Ouigo trains, only top deck seats in select coaches come with power sockets. Note that these seats come at an additional charge, and the bottom deck lacks sockets altogether.
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OUIGO lets you bring two small hand luggage items or one piece measuring 36 x 27 x 15 cm for free, along with cabin baggage at 55x35x25cm with no weight restrictions. For larger items, a fee of €5 applies for online bookings made in advance, and it goes up to €20 if you pay in-person at the station.
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For travelers with mobility concerns, TGV INOUI offers the 'Accès Plus' service. This provides dedicated assistance from the station directly to the train seat. It is advisable for passengers to contact 'Accès Plus' after securing their tickets and ensure arrangements are made at least 48 hours before the scheduled departure.
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In France, OUIGO's Train classique services provide an at-seat snack service, though this isn't available on the high-speed trains. For those traveling in Spain, a visit to the OUIBAR in coach 4 serves up a variety of beverages and snacks.
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Travel in comfort with all coaches being air-conditioned.
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Planning to bring along bigger items like a bike, scooter, skis, or a musical instrument? If you book online in advance, it's just a €5 fee. But, if you decide to pay at the station, the fee goes up to €20.
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On TGV INOUI trains, enjoy complimentary WiFi access throughout your journey. Whether you're working, replying to emails, or diving into the TGV INOUI entertainment hub, we've got you covered.
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With a Business Première ticket, step into an exclusive coach designed for comfort. It's your silent sanctuary, ideal for both work and relaxation.
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Every seat on TGV inOUI is power-packed! With an outlet at your disposal, you're always charged and ready.
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On TGV INOUI trains, you can bring as much luggage as your arms and legs can carry, but remember to properly label your own luggage. Handbags and small items are best stored either at feet-level or under the seat; heavier pieces should be placed in an available corner of the car or along its central aisle.
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For travelers with mobility concerns, TGV INOUI offers the 'Accès Plus' service. This provides dedicated assistance from the station directly to the train seat. It is advisable for passengers to contact 'Accès Plus' after securing their tickets and ensure arrangements are made at least 48 hours before the scheduled departure.
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Travelers on TGV INOUI can look forward to an assortment of food and beverages. The train service presents a curated selection that promises to cater to diverse palates.
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Stay cool and comfortable. All TGV inOUI trains are air-conditioned, ensuring a pleasant journey, irrespective of the weather outside.
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Booking required for non-foldable bikes (€10) on select TGV INOUI trains, foldable bikes under 130x90cm can travel as hand luggage on any TGV INOUI train, disassembled bikes can be taken without booking if stored in a bike bag under 130x90cm. Aquatic or snowboards, folded scooters, and musical instruments can be taken as hand luggage if they are in a carrying case under 130 x 90 cm.
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All Thalys trains feature free WiFi. Plus, expect steady 3G or 4G coverage for most routes.
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All seats in every class have 2-pin, 220v power sockets to meet your charging needs.
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When traveling with Thalys, your ticket includes the privilege of carrying one hand luggage item and two larger bags, which must not exceed the dimensions of 75x53x70 cm. There is no weight limit specified, however, it's important to ensure that your baggage is within your personal handling capacity. The bags must be stored in the designated area on the train for the duration of the journey.
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For boarding assistance, please alert Thalys ahead of time. They accommodate wheelchairs adhering to specific dimensions: max 70 cm width, 120 cm height, 150 cm turning circle diameter, and a combined weight of 300 kg for passenger and luggage.
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In Standard and Comfort Class, the Thalys Welcome Bar awaits with an array of snacks. Opt to pre-order using your device for swift collection. Traveling Premium? Delight in Chef Frank Fol's gourmet meal served directly to your seat on journeys exceeding 50 minutes.
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Every Thalys train ensures a cool journey with onboard air-conditioning.
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On Thalys, you can bring a non-folding bike if it's disassembled and in a bag under 135 x 85 x 30 cm. Folding bikes? Just make sure they're within 75 x 53 x 30 cm, and it'll be considered as regular luggage. Got skis? Pop them in a case that's less than 3 m and under 32 kg.
Services on board OUIGO, Eurostar and Thalys from Paris to Amsterdam
Compare services on board when travelling from Paris to Amsterdam by train.
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Paris to Amsterdam CO2 Emissions by Train

Ecology
Train
30.17kg
Bus
32.32kg
Flight
86.2kg
Car
68.96kg
What are the CO2 emissions from Paris to Amsterdam by train? The CO2 emissions from taking the train between Paris and Amsterdam are 30.17kg.
How much CO2 do I save by taking the train between Paris and Amsterdam? By taking the train between Paris and Amsterdam you will save 56.03kg CO2 emissions compared to a flight, 2.15kg compared to a bus and 38.79kg compared to a car.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is a train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam?
A train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam is $140.04. However the price varies depending on how early you buy, and if it's peak time to travel. Occasionally you can find them for as cheap as $35.92.
What's the cheapest train ticket from Paris to Amsterdam?
The cheapest ticket you can get from Paris to Amsterdam is $35.92. We recommend booking as early as possible and off-peak hours to get the cheapest ticket possible. Off-peak times are usually from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.
What's the distance between Paris and Amsterdam by train?
Paris to Amsterdam is 267.8 mi.
How long does the train between Paris and Amsterdam take?
Paris to Amsterdam is on average 3 hr 48 min. However the fastest option will get you there in 2 hr 57 min.
Which companies operate from Paris to Amsterdam?
The train journey from Paris to Amsterdam is covered by 4 operator(s). On Virail you can find these carriers that provide services on this route: OUIGO, Eurostar, Thalys, TGV inOui and TGV.
How many train connections per day go from Paris to Amsterdam?
Paris to Amsterdam has 25 connection(s) per day on average.
What time does the first train from Paris to Amsterdam leave?
The earliest train from Paris to Amsterdam departs at 6:21 AM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
What time does the last train from Paris to Amsterdam depart?
The latest train from Paris to Amsterdam departs at 8:25 PM. However be sure to check with us the schedule on the day you want to leave as the time may differ.
Should I book my ticket from Paris to Amsterdam in advance?
If you can, we recommend booking your ticket as early as possible to ensure you get better savings. The cheapest train ticket we have found is $35.92 but this may be subject to change depending on the day of travel, hour you wish to depart and how far in advance you book.
How many direct connections depart from Paris to Amsterdam?
There are on average 19 direct connection(s) from Paris to go to Amsterdam.
What's the fastest journey time between Paris to Amsterdam by train?
The fastest journey time by train between Paris and Amsterdam is 2 hr 57 min.
Is there a direct train from Paris to Amsterdam?
Yes, there is a direct train between Paris and Amsterdam.
What are the CO2 emissions for Paris to Amsterdam by train?
The train journey from Paris to Amsterdam creates 30.17kg of CO2 emissions.

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