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     Here are the best resorts in Bhutan :

  • 01Rema Resort

    One of the most prestigious resorts in Paro district of Bhutan, Rema Resort is an ideal resort for a staycation in the country. The resort exhibits sophisticated architecture with wooden interiors adding beauty to its aesthetic appeal. 

    While you are staying here, due to its great location, you get an opportunity to wake up to entrancing views of mist laden hills and sound of the chirping of birds. Apart from a wide range of modern facilities, the resort also houses a restaurant where you can try tasty dishes from the local cuisine.

    Location: Rempakha Village, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Cycling facility, Restaurant & Bar, Hot Tub, Laundry Service, Wi-Fi, and Terrace

    Price: Starts from INR 3,200

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  • 03Dewachen Resort

    Offering all kinds of comforts and luxuries, Dewachen Resort is one of the most popular resorts in Bhutan. This elegant resort caters to all kinds of guests with utmost diligence through a well-trained staff that is at your service 24 hours. Dewachen Resort is ideally located on a gentle slope, letting you savour breathtaking views of Paro Valley, Paro River, and rice fields.

     In addition to facilities like spa and fitness center, the interiors at the resort are as classy as it gets. Perfect rooms laced with perfect amenities are available here for living a perfect stay experience in Bhutan.

    Location: Norzin Lam, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities: Spa & Fitness Centre, restaurant & Bar, Laundry Service, and Gift Shop.

    Price: Starts from INR 4,900
  • 04Amankora Resort

    Erected in the divine shadow of the mighty Himalayas, Amankora Resort is an ideal choice for honeymoon couples, families, and even solo travelers wishing to add a sense of luxury to their Bhutan affair. During your stay here, you can expect to see a green expanse of lowers hills against the backdrop of snow-blanketed mountains from the window of your room, well-equipped with all modern comforts. 

    The suites here are a perfect amalgamation of rustic charm and modern architecture. With some great things on offer, Amankora is one of the most excellent resorts in Bhutan.

    Location: Paro, Bhutan

    Activities and Amenities: Hot Tub, Restaurant & Bar, Spa, Yoga Studio, and Guided Culture Tour.

    Price: Starts from INR 8,200
  • 05Terma Linca Resort & Spa

    Terma Linca Resort & Spa is a well-known name among the regular visitors of Bhutan, for one stay experience here is not enough. The USP of this resort is its scenic riverside location which makes the experience of spending holidays here rather therapeutic.

     The accommodations are available in four categories, so you have the option to choose the kind of room that fits your bill. The rooms are quite spacious and well-appointed, and the in-house restaurant serves Indian, Thai, Chinese, and continental delicacies.

    Location: Babesa, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities: Archery, Khuru Dart Throwing, Restaurant & Bar, Spa, BBQ Facilities, and Garden.

    Price: Starts from INR 15,000
  • 06Kichu Resort Paro

    Relish a slice of wholesome life at Kichu Resort located amidst the bountiful nature in Paro. The resort spans over an area of 7 acres by the gushing river stream in the picturesque valley of Paro, and encompasses a total of 45 rooms divided into various categories as per their tariffs and facilities.

     All the accommodation options feature elegant interiors and all basic amenities you may require. With world-class facilities, scenic location, and reliable staff, Kichu Resort is among the best Bhutan resorts.

    Location: Lango Paro, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Bar, Restaurant, Spa, Business Centre and Wi-Fi

    Price: Starts from INR 5,300
  • 07Metta Resort and spa

    The excellent location, beautiful structure, cozy rooms, and tranquil ambience of Metta Resort and spa makes it one of the top-most Bhutan resorts. The reasonable room tariffs also make it an excellent choice for backpackers and budget travelers. 

    Since the resort is surrounded by verdant hills from all sides, you will feel in the lap of nature all the while you are here. Furthermore, this 3-star resort is also known to offer 5-star food from various cuisines.

    Location: Babesa, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities: Bar, Restaurant, Spa, Business Centre and Garden.

    Price: Starts from INR 3,800
  • 08Tiger Nest Resort

    A resort well-equipped to meet all your needs on your holiday experience in the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, Tiger Nest Resort is located a 10-minute-drive away from Paro. This classy resort is named after The Tiger’s Nest or Taktsang  Monastery since one can enjoy the sight of the monastery from this resort. 

    Bring your heart to peace and relax your body by letting the staff at Tiger Nest pamper you with their services. From a spacious dining area to open verandah bar, the resort is a delight in every sense.

    Location: Satsam Chorten, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Trekking, Picnic, Cultural Tour, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, and Hot Tub.

    Price: Starts from INR 5,000
  • 09Dhensa Boutique Resort

    Uplift your happiness quotient in Bhutan by enjoying the seamless experience at Dhensa Boutique Resort. It is one of the best resorts in the country for those who are fond of lavishness. Sitting in Punakha Valley, the resort is surrounded by lush green forests that feature a number of trails for hiking and trekking. 

    The resort has a total of 24 deluxe suites for you to choose from, each one of which boasts pure sophistication with minimalist architecture. Moreover, you can also enjoy various outdoor experiences here as the resort organizes a number of activities.

    Location: Wolakha, Punakha Valley

    Activities and Amenities: River Rafting, Trekking, Picnic, Crafts Workshop, Multi Cuisine Restaurant,Massage, and Spa.

    Price: Starts from INR 16,000
  • 10Bhutan Mandala Resort

    If you are looking for a budget resort with all comforts and facilities in Bhutan, look no further than Bhutan Mandala which is among the finest resorts in Bhutan. A popular property in the region, this resort delivers an authentic Bhutanese experience coupled with panoramic views of Paro Valley and rice fields.

     The resort complex is draped in the greens of trees that add a sense of serenity to the stay experience here. Be it worth for money factor or the hospitality, Bhutan Mandala Resort is a perfect option in every respect.

    Location: Wangchang, Paro

    Activities and Amenities: Bar, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Gift Shop, Spa, Conference Facility, Mini Library, and Business Centre

    Price: Starts from INR 1,800

  • 11Yugharling Resort

    Yugharling is known to be one of the most sought after resorts in the region, and the amenities and services available here are the reason why. After you spend a tiresome day exploring various marvels of Bhutan, the well-equipped rooms here will offer you a perfectly rejuvenating and relaxing experience. 

    While the façade of the resort holds a traditional feel, you can easily find all modern amenities from a dining area to a business centre at the resort. Besides, the enchanting views of Chamkhar River, pastures, and raw wilderness that you can witness from here are just breathtaking.

    Location: Jakar, Bumthang

    Activities and Amenities: Bar, Restaurant, Spa, Conference Facility, Mini Library, and Business Centre

    Price: Starts from INR 3,700

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  • 12Yangkhil Resort

    If you want to add extravagance and elegance to your Bhutan Trip, Yangkhil Resort is your address. Yangkhil Resort, located at a walking distance from Trongsa Town, offers a refreshing holiday experience to all kinds of guests. This resort is an excellent choice for those who take the views seriously, for one can enjoy the panoramic views of Trongsa Dzong, Mangde Chhu River, and mighty mountains from here. With 21 well-appointed rooms, Yangkhil is one of the most recommended resorts in Bhutan.

    Location: Near Trongsa Town

    Activities and Amenities: Cultural Tour, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, Spa, Fitness center, and Hot Tub.

    Price: Starts from INR 3,000
  • 13Peaceful Resort

    As the name suggests, this resort is an ideal option if you are looking forward to spending a peaceful vacation in the lap of Himalayas in Bhutan. Situated ideally in the heart of Thimphu, the resort shares a proximity with important landmarks in the region. A popular choice among budget travellers,

     Peaceful resort offers a ‘value for money’ stay experience with numerous modern amenities, apt for catering all kinds of guests.

    Location: Motithang, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities:  Archery, Khuru, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, Entertainment Events, Spa, Fitness center, and Business Center.

    Price: Starts from INR 5,400
  • 14Jambayang Resort

    Breathe in the real charm and experience the warn hospitality of Bhutan by accommodating yourself at Jambayang Resort, located in the capital city, Thimphu. The resort features 25 classy rooms that are well-equipped with facilities like mini bar, Wi-Fi, TV, and much more. The views of the town and the verdant hills that can be enjoyed from here will help you calm your spirit and soothe your senses. Most importantly, all the major tourist spots are within a short radius from here, making it a perfect choice among Bhutan resorts.

    Location: Dechhen Lam, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities:  Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, Steam & Sauna, Spa, Cardio Gym, and Conference Hall.

    Price: Starts from INR 3,700
  • 15Wangchuk Resort

    A resort that exhibits class and lavishness through its structure, architecture, facilities, Wangchuk Resort is among the best accommodation options in the capital city, Thimphu. Set amidst the dense pinewoods of Taba, Wangchuk Resort features 20 fine rooms laced with all the comforts you can ask for. The apt location of the resort makes sure the guests stay connected with the raw nature of this place as well as stay close to popular tourist spots in Thimphu. This resort made in traditional architecture houses a multi cuisine restaurant, bar, gym, and all that you can ask for.

    Location: Hangkuna, Taba, Thimphu

    Activities and Amenities:  Sightseeing Tour, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, Gym, and Conference Hall.

    Price: Starts from INR 4,000
  • 16Zhingkham Resort

    On your Bhutan tour, you can put your faith in Zhingkham Resort as it is one of the highest rated properties in the scenic valley of Punakha. From accommodation to food and views to location, the resort offers the best of everything and is well capable of making your holiday a memorable one. A total of 40 airy, furnished rooms are available with balconies offering mesmerizing views of the valley and the river flowing amidst it. To enhance your experience further are Palang Bar and Zaru Restaurant. 

    Location: Below Logodama School, Punakha

    Activities and Amenities:  Sightseeing Tour, Hot Tub, Multi Cuisine Restaurant, Bar, Gym, and Conference Facilities.

    Price: Starts from INR 4,600

    If you are in the mood to get adventurous while exploring, Bhutan will not disappoint you at all.

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Ta Dzong

Ta Dzong is a landmark building of Bhutan. It is most prominent known for the Ta Dzong museum which is also known as the National Museum of Bhutan.

Highlights: The Ta Dzong museum is a cultural museum that is situated in the Paro town in western Bhutan. Established in the year 1968, the refurbished Ta-dzong building lies right above the Rinpung Dzongunder. It has some of the finest specimens of Bhutanese art which includes some masterpieces paintings and fine examples of the Bhutanese art including bronze paintings and statues. The place is a must visit for art lovers.

Location: It is located in Paro in Bhutan.

Timings: The museum in the building stays open from 9 in the morning to 5 in the evening.

Pricing: Local Nu. 10 SAARC Country Citizens Nu. 25 Non-SAARC Country Citizens Nu. 150 Bhutanese Students Nu. 5 Monks, Nuns, and Children under 10 yrs. Free
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The National Memorial Chorten

The National Memorial Chorten is a Memorial Stupa of Thimphu which is also known as the Thimphu Chorten. It is a stupa located on the Doeboom Lam in the southern-central end of the city.

Highlights: The National Memorial Chorten is a stupa that was built in the year 1974 to honor the third Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Dorji Wangchuck. It is one of the quintessential landmarks of the city given its golden bells and spires. Regarded as the most visible religious landmark in Bhutan, it is a must visit for all. Highlights:

Location: The National Memorial Chorten is located in Chhoten Lam in Thimphu, Bhutan.

Timings: You can visit the place from dawn to dusk everyday.

Pricing: Entry to the National Memorial Chorten is free.
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Drukgyel Dzong

The remnants of once flourishing Drukgeyl Dzong echo many stories. The Dzong sits on a path that connects Paro Valley to the Tibet through the Tremo La pass. In the past, it was a significant trade route and the Dzong was a major administrative centre. In 1951, the Dzong was destroyed by a fire and the charred walls and beams are still visible.

The complex consists of a Chorten, chapel and ruins of big towers. An adventurous climb leads you to the ruins where you can admire the once proud and regal building.



Highlight
: There is something mystical about taking a walk in the historical ruins of the Dzong. On the way you can get a view of the majestic Mount Jhomolhari's snow laden peak, on a clear day.

Location
: The Dzong is located in Paro valley and is about 25 minutes drive away from Paro International Airport.

Price
: N/A
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Kichu Lakhang

The Kichu Lhakhang temple is one of the most iconic Himalayan Buddhist temple in Bhutan and attracts a huge tourist footfall owing to how old and beautiful it is. The temple was built in the 659 AD but its grandeur is still very visible.

Highlights: Since Bhutan is famous for its temple, you can't miss out on the Kichu Lhakhang which is just a short drive from the city of Paro. There are various additional buildings and a highly noticeable golden roof all of which was made in the year 1839 by the Governor of city Paro. There are prayer wheels around the temple and you can try spinning around the temple to worship the idol.

Location: Lango Gewog, Paro, Bhutan.

Timings: No official timings given by the temple but ideal to visit during early morning or evening.

Pricing: Visiting the temple is completely free of cost for everyone.
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Paro Tshechu Festival

Held in Paro Dzongkhag district, the Paro Tshechu is one of the sought after festivals and a major attraction in the land of Bhutan. It is one of the biggest religious festivals here. The history of the festivals travels back to 17th century when the founder of Bhutan Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel conducted it annually. The festival continues for 5 days usually during spring time on the 2nd Bhutanese lunar month. It is an opportunity to visualize the rich tradition, culture and custom of Bhutan.

The locals rejoice with both religious dance performances as well as folk dances performed by monks and natives. The last day of the festival is special as on this day a gigantic thangka or embroidery painting is shown to all. The Guru Throngdel shows Buddhist art and it is believed that looking at it also cleanses many sin of viewers.



Festival Time
: March every year
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Wangchuck Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary was officially announced and opened to the public in June 2008. Prior to this, the place was a Contennial Park. It is the largest wildlife park in the Kingdom of Bhutan and is one of the greatest resources of Bhutan’s economy. The park typically shows the characteristics of the Himalayan ranges, blue pine and alpine being the major vegetation of the landscapes.

It covers an area of 4919 sq km and borders 5 districts of Bhutan namely Bhumthang, Gasa, Dzongkhags, Trongsa and Wangduephodrang. Like all other national parks of the country, Wangchuck also inhabits few of the greatest endangered species of Flora and Fauna.



Highlights
: Occasional encounters with Himalayan Black Bear, Royal Bengal tiger and snow leopard. Stunning views of the alpine and blue pine landscape making the park a perfect spot for trekking and mountaineering.

Location
: Gasa

Best Seasons
: March to September and January
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The Tower of Trongsa Museum

This artistic cylindrical 5 storey tower with two smaller towers at each side was built in the year 1652 by the first governor of Bhutan. The tower was strategically built above the Trongsa Dzong on top of a hill to protect the town folks from attacks. Now, the tower is converted into a Museum for the public. The tower has two temples dedicated to Gesar of Ling and Meitreya (Jampa).



Highlights
: The museum has in total 11 galleries exhibiting various artefacts of Buddhist culture and reminiscence of the royalties of Bhutan. The museum displays the remains of the Wangchuck Dynasty, and works of historical significance of Trongsa Dzong. There are dungeons in the tower where British soldiers were kept during Duar War.

Location: Trongsa

Working hours
: Monday to Saturday (9 am to 5 pm) and between November to March till 4pm

Extras
: Lunch (booked in advance) and refreshments are provided
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Cheli La

Located at a height of 3,810 meters above sea level, Cheli La Pass is the highest pass in Bhutan that can be accessed by road. The pass separates the valleys of Haa and Paro and offers stunning views of surrounding area with picturesque beauty. On the way you will get to see he roadside drub chuu with beautiful paintings of Guru Rinpoche with his two wives.

On a bright and clear day of October and November, you can have a spectacular view of the Mt. Jumolhari, Jichu Drake and other neighbouring peaks, covered in snow and glittering in sunlight.



Highlights
: A small 2 kilometre detour leads you to Dzongdrakha Goemba, an architectural complex perched on a high ridge and consists of four chapels and a Chorten.

Location
: Between Haa and Paro Valleys in Bhutan.

Timing
: Best time to visit is October to November when the skies are clear.

Prices
: N/A
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Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek

Take the adventurous Jomolhari Laya Gasa Trek in Bhutan that takes you to the splendid heights and lets you experience the great diversity of landscape. Pass through the dense pine forests, lush meadows, pasturelands while soaking in the beauty of snow capped mountains of Mt. Jomolhari and Mt. Jichu Drake. It is a long and difficult trek which challenges the most experienced and physically fit trekkers.

You will also pass through the beautiful hamlets and interact with the friendly Bhutanese villagers. The landscape is dotted with Dzongs, temples and monasteries which offers the glimpse of ancient architecture of Bhutan amidst unspoiled tranquillity of nature.



Location
: The trek starts at Gunitsawa and passes through Sharna Zampa, Soi Thangkha, Jangothang, Lingshi, Chebisa, Shomuthang, Robluthang, Limithang, Laya among others to end at Thimphu.

Best Time
: April-June & September- November.

Approx Price
: Per person price 13 day trek is 400,000 BTN.

Difficulty Level
: Difficult
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Jambay Lhakhang Festival

Located on the way to Kurjie Lhakhang, in Bumthang, Jambay Lhakhang is one of the oldest temples founded in 7th century by Songtsen Gampo, a Tibetan King. As per legends, the king was destined to construct 108 temples in a single day, to suppress a demon in the Himalayan region. This temple is one of those 108 temples. Legend Guru Rimpoche is believed to visit this destination and considered it a sacred and extremely pious destination.

The temple got renovated again in 8th century AD. The temple has more than hundred statues of Gods and Goddesses but the main attraction is the relic of future Buddha. This is a spectacular festival which is celebrated for five days.



Highlights
: A ritualistic naked dance on the fire that attracts huge crowd from all over the country.

Festival time
: In the month of November
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Kurjey Festival

Kurjey Tshechu is a popular festival celebrated in Kurjey temple in Chokhor valley of Bumthang district. There is huge historical significance attached to this temple as well as the festival. According to the legends Guru Rimpoche meditated here for the suppression of evil spirits in this region. There are three major temples in Kurjey.

The first temple was built in 1652 on the location where Guru Rimpoche meditated, the second one on the place where Guru left his body imprint and the third built in 1990 which holds images of Guru Rimpoche. The Kurjey festival is one of the important religious occasions for the locals of the place. It is a social gathering as well as a time to seek blessing and enjoy victory of good over evil. It is a festival that displays the golden traditions of Bhutan and the rich cultural heritage.



Highlights
: special mask dance

Festival time
: In 10th day of 10th month of lunar calendar
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Taktsang Palphug Monastery (Paro)

Taktsang Palphug Monastery or more popularly known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery is one of the most revered pilgrimage place in the Himalayan province. It is also one of the most visited tourists destination in Bhutan and is a place that showcases the great traditional values of the country.

Uniquely located on top of the mountain 1200 meters above the Paro Valley, this monastery is surrounded by the scenic beauty. This white building topped with the golden roof on the back drop of blue sky and lush green hills look stunning. The centuries old legend of this monastery makes it more mystical. The isolated location of Tiger’s Nest can only be reached by following the gruelling mountain paths.



Location
: The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is located in Paro, approximately 10 kilometres away from the city.

Best time/season
: March to May and September to November.

Approx Price: N/A

Difficulty Level
: Moderately challenging.
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Phobjikha Valley

A perfect getaway for nature and wildlife lovers, Phobjikha valley in Bhutan is one of the most spectacular natural settings one may find in Bhutan. Located on the incline of Black Mountains Park, this bowl shaped glacial valley an important wildlife preserve land of the country as it sits on the edge of the Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park.

With an assortment of flora and fauna species, this valley provides an excellent opportunity to experience the wildlife from close. The biggest draw to the valley is black-necked cranes. Apart from that one can also see Himalayan black bears, sambars, leopards and red foxes among other mammal species.

 

Highlights
: Visit to the Gangte Goemba, a magnificent Bhutanese architecture that provides a spectacular view of the entire valley. Get all the information you need about the black necked cranes at Black-Necked Crane Information Centre.

Location
: Wangdue district.

Timing
: N/A

Prices
: N/A
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Wangchu River

The mighty rivers of Bhutan offer great opportunity for various water sports. Wang Chhu River is a Himalayan river and tributary of majestic Brahmaputra River. The Bhutan river tours are designed to let you enjoy the adventurous sports of kayaking and rafting in the rivers of Bhutan. The bustling capital city of Bhutan, Thimphu is located on the banks of Wang Chhu.

On the east side of the river, you can see the striking SAARC building. Samtenling Palace, the resident of king, can also be sighted from the river. Fluttering colourful flags on the banks make a beautiful sight.



Highlights: Look for kayaking and rafting opportunities. The 4 Km run from Wang Chhu to lower run offers challenging water course suitable for experts. You can also try for trout fishing in the river.

Location
: The lively capital city of Thimphu is situated at the banks of Wang Chhu.

Price
: N/A
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The Annual Black-Necked Crane Festival

The Annual Black-necked Crane Festival –is a popular festival celebrated in the Gangtey Gompa courtyard in Phobjikha valley, with a purpose of passing a massage to all human races. The motive behind this festival is to conserve and protect the endangered black necked cranes. In this festival the locals rejoice on the arrival of the majestic bird in their lives during the winter months.

In this festival one can view several cultural programs, celebration with folk music and dances based on the theme of conserving the species and dramas on the same content. The drama is usually shown by school children to create awareness on environment conservation. Phobjikha Environment Management Committee (PEMC), organizes the event which became almost a part of the culture in Phobjikha valley



Highlights
: sight of crane dance

Festival time
: In the month of November
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Zuri Dzong

In the year 1352, Zuri Dzong was built as a fort with a 5 storey main building. This is very well protected even today by a bridge and double walls.

Highlights: Zuri Dzong has some phenomenally fine murals in the upper chapels. One of these murals is dedicated to the protector Zaa. You can undertake a hike from Gönsaka Lhakhang to the Zuri Dzong. The peak of the Zuri Dzong is an ideal spot to have a bird eye view of the complete Paro Valley. This is the oldest Dzong of Bhutan. Here you can come across a cave where Buddha once came in the 8th century to meditate. This peaceful pace allows both the tourists and Bhutanese to soak in the tranquil which radiates from the extraordinary view. It is something that you can stare at for hours in absolute awe and wonder.

Location: It is located in Paro in Bhutan.

Timings: Can be visited anytime

Pricing: There is no entry fee to Zuri Dzong.

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