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Upcoming Events, Exhibitions and Talks at the Gardens
Last updated: 20th March 2013

The calendar to the right will help you navigate around the many events we have – if you hover your mouse over an orange date it will show you what events are on that day, and a further click will give you the full details.
As well as the full schedule, there are sections to show you details for:


Exhibitions

Paintings by Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe
Wednesday 9th April – Wednesday 23rd April

Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe was a noted botanical artist and plant collector. During her time in Burma (now Myanmar) she corresponded regularly with then curator of the Gardens, Sir Frederick Moore. The exhibition opening will also be marked by the launch of a newly published book by author E. Charles Nelson entitled "Shadow Among Splendours – Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe's adventures among the flowers of Burma, 1897-1921". The book details Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe's journey to Burma, her life there, including her expeditions and botanical art followed by her return to Ireland. It contains illustrations and drawings from her journals and notebooks including wonderful botanical paintings and landscapes. The book will be on sale at a discounted price for the opening night.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Admission Free.
Bonsai at the Botanic Gardens
until Wednesday 23rd April

An extensive exhibition of Bonsai from Andrew J Murray's collection will be on display in the Teak House throughout April. Watch the Bonsai burst back into life, displaying the splendid spring foliage of maples, cherries and many other interesting plants.
Daily in the Teak House
Admission Free.
Irish Society of Botanical Art: Aibítir – The Irish Alphabet in Botanical Art
Friday 2nd May – Sunday 25th May

The Irish Alphabet in Botanical Art is the inaugural exhibition of the Irish Society of Botanical Artists. Working with the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, artists have created portraits of native plants accompanied by the first letter of their Irish name. Over 70 botanical artists, each with their own distinctive style, have participated in this project. This has resulted in the creation of three eighteen-letter Irish alphabets. Free demonstrations in Botanical Art will take place during the exhibition. Educational worksheets for schools, based on the exhibition will be available for download on the Irish Society of Botanical Artists website: www.irishbotanicalartists.com
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Admission Free.
An Óige, Annual Photographic Exhibition
Friday 30th May – Sunday 8th June

This Annual Photographic Exhibition, now in its 76th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2014, including a section exploring images of the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Admission Free.
Sylva
18th June – 15th July

An exhibition to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the publication of John Evelyn's Sylva – A Discourse on Forest Trees. It features remarkable drawings by Sarah Simblet from the New Sylva (Bloomsbury, 2014), a new book written by Gabriel Hemery that brings Evelyn's classic discourse up-to-date.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Admission Free.

Lectures, Tours & Other Events

Guided Walk: Rhododendron Walk at Kilmacurragh
Saturdays & Sundays in April

They're back! Don't miss this annual treat, the fantastic displays of flowers from these ancient old rhododendrons are a joy to witness. Come and enjoy our spring tree walks as the beautiful blossoms emerge.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free
Lecture and Book launch: "Shadow among splendours – Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe's Burma"
Tuesday 8th April

E.Charles Nelson discusses his latest book on the renowned botanical artist and plant collector Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe. Through her letters we get a fascinating insight into her life in Burma and the many adventures she encountered during her botanical art expeditions. This talk will be followed by the official opening of the exhibition and launch of the book.
Time: 7.30pm Visitor Centre
Booking Essential on 8040329 or botanicgardens@opw.ie
Paintings by Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe
Wednesday 9th April – Wednesday 23rd April

Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe was a noted botanical artist and plant collector. During her time in Burma (now Myanmar) she corresponded regularly with then curator of the Gardens, Sir Frederick Moore. The exhibition opening will also be marked by the launch of a newly published book by author E. Charles Nelson entitled "Shadow Among Splendours – Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe's adventures among the flowers of Burma, 1897-1921". The book details Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe's journey to Burma, her life there, including her expeditions and botanical art followed by her return to Ireland. It contains illustrations and drawings from her journals and notebooks including wonderful botanical paintings and landscapes. The book will be on sale at a discounted price for the opening night.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Lecture: Creative Gardening with Containers
Hester Forde
Thursday 10th April

Join Hester for tips on planting up containers to great effect combining an unusual mix of perennial plants such as grasses and cannas with the more usual annuals.
Time: 8:00 pm. Doors open 7.30pm. Visitor Centre.
Organised jointly with the Alpine Garden Society and the Irish Garden Plant Society.
Gardening Workshop: Grow your own Grub
Saturday 12th April

Calling all beginner gardeners! April is a great time to get started on your kitchen garden. Join our expert gardeners and learn how to grow your own organic fruit and vegetables.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Cost: €20. Proceeds in aid of the Irish Museums Trust
Guided Walk: Rhododendron Walk at Kilmacurragh
Saturdays & Sundays in April

They're back! Don't miss this annual treat, the fantastic displays of flowers from these ancient old rhododendrons are a joy to witness. Come and enjoy our spring tree walks as the beautiful blossoms emerge.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free
Guided Walk – Plants that changed the World
Sunday 13th April

Many of the plants that we use in our day-to-day lives have played a huge role in the development of mankind. Empires were built and fortunes amassed in the struggle to control these valuable commodities. Join us on a free guided tour to learn about the origins of these plants and the roles they have played in our history.
Time: 2:30pm. Free admission. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Lecture: House and home in Viking Dublin
Dr Aidan O'Sullivan, UCD School of Archaeology
Wednesday 16th April

What were houses like in Viking Dublin? How were they built, occupied and used? What does their architecture tell us about the townsfolk's sense of belonging and identity in Ireland, the Irish Sea and the North Atlantic world?
Time:3.00pm. Visitor Centre
Lecture: Oceanic Wonders and Migration on the Edge! – Seawatching and The Seawatch Project
Niall Keogh
Thursday 17th April

Every autumn, thousands of migratory seabirds make their way through Irish waters in order to avail of rich feeding and 'fuel up' before continuing on their mammoth journey from one end of the Atlantic to the other. The diversity in species ranges from tiny sprites such as Storm Petrels to graceful giants like the Gannet. What's more, all this activity can be visible from our coastal headlands. This talk will illustrate how you can best see this spectacle for yourself (an activity known as 'seawatching') and also details the work being undertaken by BirdWatch Ireland to monitor migratory seabird populations (the Seatrack project). Niall Keogh is a 'Seabird Project' fieldworker & Chairman of the Wicklow Branch of BirdWatch Ireland.
Time: Doors open at 7.30pm. Visitor Centre
Organised with the Tolka Branch of Birdwatch Ireland.
Guided Walk: Rhododendron Walk at Kilmacurragh
Saturdays & Sundays in April

They're back! Don't miss this annual treat, the fantastic displays of flowers from these ancient old rhododendrons are a joy to witness. Come and enjoy our spring tree walks as the beautiful blossoms emerge.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free
Lecture: Food in Viking Dublin
Meriel McClatchie
Wednesday 23rd April

Meriel McClatchie, archaeobotanist at UCD School of Archaeology, will examine evidence from archaeological excavations for the wide variety of wild and cultivated plant foods in Viking Dublin.
Time:3.00pm. Visitor Centre
Dublin Orchid Fair
Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th April

A wide variety of orchids will be on display during the annual Dublin Orchid Fair, which is being held in the Teak House this year. This event is of interest to both beginner and accomplished growers and will provide an opportunity to source orchids, sundries and books. As part of the fair there will be talks on growing orchids and a tour of the Glasnevin orchid collection.
Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Guided Walk: Rhododendron Walk at Kilmacurragh
Saturdays & Sundays in April

They're back! Don't miss this annual treat, the fantastic displays of flowers from these ancient old rhododendrons are a joy to witness. Come and enjoy our spring tree walks as the beautiful blossoms emerge.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free
Gardening Workshop: 'Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme...'
Saturday 26th April

Get some top tips from our garden expert on how to plan out your herb garden. Some herbs are annuals and some are perennials; find out how to grow a range of herbs successfully in your own garden.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Cost: €20. Proceeds in aid of the Irish Museums Trust
Budding Artists & Hardy Annuals
Saturday 26th April

Join our creative art workshops suitable for a variety of age groups. For further information see the Children's Events section of this brochure.
Lecture: Antibiotics and the machine that reads our genes
Dr. Venki Ramakrishnan, Nobel Laureate
Saturday 26th April

Dr Ramakrishnan was awarded the Nobel Laureate for his determination of ribosome structure. His studies have revealed much information about antibiotics and also how hereditary information is deciphered in all organisms including plants and humans. Prize giving for best poem / essay on DNA and RNA (schools' competition) will be held before the lecture. The winners will read excerpts from their entries.
Time: 4.00pm Lecture (Prize giving 3.30pm) Visitor Centre
Lecture: Lichens of St. Lucia
Howard Fox
Wednesday 30th April 2014

National Botanic Gardens botanist, Howard Fox, will give an illustrated talk on the lichens of Saint Lucia, a beautiful tropical island in the Lesser Antilles of the Eastern Caribbean. Howard will present the results of two expeditions he made in 2007 and 2014.
Time: 3.00pm. Visitor Centre

Irish Society of Botanical Art: Aibítir – The Irish Alphabet in Botanical Art
Friday 2nd May – Sunday 25th May

The Irish Alphabet in Botanical Art is the inaugural exhibition of the Irish Society of Botanical Artists. Working with the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, artists have created portraits of native plants accompanied by the first letter of their Irish name. Over 70 botanical artists, each with their own distinctive style, have participated in this project. This has resulted in the creation of three eighteen-letter Irish alphabets. Free demonstrations in Botanical Art will take place during the exhibition. Educational worksheets for schools, based on the exhibition will be available for download on the Irish Society of Botanical Artists website: www.irishbotanicalartists.com
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Guided Walk: Blossoms from the Orient
Saturday May 3rd

You may be surprised to learn that many of our common garden plants are Chinese in origin. May is the best time of the year to see peonies, the handkerchief tree, wisteria and many other plants in full bloom. Come and see the Chinese plants at their best! There is a charge of €2 per person for guided tours.
Time: 3.00pm
Demonstrations – Aibítir – The Irish Alphabet in Botanical Art
Saturdays and Sundays in May

Be inspired… see how these beautiful pieces of art have been created. Watch the techniques and the skills used to depict our native plants. See how science and art merge in this fascinating art form. Members of the Irish Society of Botanical Art will give demonstrations on Saturdays and Sundays, including Bank Holiday Mon 5th May
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Time: from 2.00 – 4.00pm
Gardening Workshop: Grow your own Organic Vegetables
Saturday 10th May

Learn all about growing vegetables organically from the professional gardening staff of the National Botanic Gardens. Our garden expert will have lots of practical tips on growing your own vegetables. You will get practical advice on how to be an environmentally friendly gardener and on how to get the best results from your garden, regardless of its size.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Cost: €20. Proceeds in aid of the Irish Museums Trust
Guided Walk: Blossoms from the Orient
Saturday May 10th

You may be surprised to learn that many of our common garden plants are Chinese in origin. May is the best time of the year to see peonies, the handkerchief tree, wisteria and many other plants in full bloom. Come and see the Chinese plants at their best! There is a charge of €2 per person for guided tours.
Time: 3.00pm
Children's Event: Pond dipping
Saturday 10th May

A fun event exploring the weird and wonderful diversity of insects and 'minibeasts' living in and around the pond at the Botanic Gardens. This workshop is suitable from age 8 upwards.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre.
Admission Free, Booking Essential. Organised with the Dublin Naturalists' Field Club
The Irish Red Cross 75 Anniversary Open Day
Sunday 11th May

Join the Irish Red Cross at their open day, celebrating their 75th anniversary. There will be demonstrations on First Aid, CPR and allergies, talks on the 'History of Red Cross' and 'Plants and their association with medicine' Activities: Ambulance visit, Red Cross Youth "Don't be a bully, be a buddy!"
Time: 11.00am – 5.00pm
Organised by The Irish Red Cross Society
Lecture: What was Dublin like in 1014?
Ruth Johnson, Dublin City Council
Tuesday 13th May

Ruth Johnson, archaeologist and author of 'Viking Age Dublin' will examine evidence from excavations for the foundation, development, physical layout, economy, art and crafts of Viking Dublin.
Time: 3pm. Visitor Centre
Lecture: The Cream Of Alpines
Cliff Booker
Thursday 15th May

Cliff is a passionate photographer and loves the high mountain buttercups of Europe, New Zealand and North America. He spends his gardening life trying to grow, flower and exhibit Ranunculus.
Time: Doors open at 7.30pm. Visitor Centre.
Organised with the Alpine Garden Society
Guided Walk: Blossoms from the Orient
Saturday May 17th

You may be surprised to learn that many of our common garden plants are Chinese in origin. May is the best time of the year to see peonies, the handkerchief tree, wisteria and many other plants in full bloom. Come and see the Chinese plants at their best! There is a charge of €2 per person for guided tours.
Time: 3.00pm
Garden Bird Safari
Sunday 18th May

Join author and Botanic Gardens guide Glynn Anderson for a guided bird walk. Come and discover what birds are here, bring binoculars if you have them and see what you can discover.
Time 10.00 am. Admission free. Advance booking essential. 01 8570909
Budding Artists and Hardy Annuals
Saturday 24th May

Join our creative art workshops suitable for a variety of age groups. For further information see the Children's Events section of this brochure.
Guided Walk: Blossoms from the Orient
Saturday May 24th

You may be surprised to learn that many of our common garden plants are Chinese in origin. May is the best time of the year to see peonies, the handkerchief tree, wisteria and many other plants in full bloom. Come and see the Chinese plants at their best! There is a charge of €2 per person for guided tours.
Time: 3.00pm
Gardening Workshop – Growing Summer Salads
Saturday 24th May

Regardless of the size of your garden, from window boxes to large plots, there is always a space for a wide variety of tasty salad crops. Join the National Botanic Gardens organic gardening crew and find out how you grow delicious and succulent salads all summer long while being kind to the
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Cost: €20. Proceeds in aid of the Irish Museums Trust
Cactus and Succulent Show
Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th May

The biennial show of the Cactus and Succulent Society will be presented in the National Botanic Gardens. As at the previous shows there will be an open section for members of the public, a section exclusively for members and a novice section.
Time: Open from 1.00pm Sat and 10.00 am Sun in the Teak House
An Óige, Annual Photographic Exhibition
Friday 30th May

This Annual Photographic Exhibition, now in its 76th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2014, including a section exploring images of the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Guided Walk: Blossoms from the Orient
Saturday May 31st

You may be surprised to learn that many of our common garden plants are Chinese in origin. May is the best time of the year to see peonies, the handkerchief tree, wisteria and many other plants in full bloom. Come and see the Chinese plants at their best! There is a charge of €2 per person for guided tours.
Time: 3.00pm

Children's Event: Pond dipping
Saturday 7th June

A fun event exploring the weird and wonderful diversity of insects and 'minibeasts' living in and around the pond at the Botanic Gardens. This workshop is suitable from age 8 upwards.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre.
Admission Free. Advance booking essential. Organised with the Dublin Naturalists' Field Club
An Óige, Annual Photographic Exhibition
Sunday 8th June

This Annual Photographic Exhibition, now in its 76th year, is organised by An Óige Photographic Group. It features a wide range of prize-winning images for 2014, including a section exploring images of the National Botanic Gardens.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Summer Evening of Classical Music with the Cuarteto Casals string quartet.
Friday 13th June

The KBC Great Music in Irish Houses Festival pays its first visit to the National Botanic Gardens as part of this year's week long programme. Cuarteto Casals, a Spanish string quartet of international renown, plays a selection of Mozart, Ligeti and Brahms. Since the Quartet's Festival debut in 2005, it has performed in the world's most prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall, Vienna's Musikverein, the Philharmonie Berlin and Cité de la Musique in Paris.
Seat Prices : €20 and €30.
Booking through the National Concert Hall. Tel. 417 0000 or online at www.nch.ie
Time: 8pm
Venue: Gallery Space, National Botanic Gardens
A concert of Chamber Music favourites featuring participants of the KBC Bank Support Act Programme 2014 A partnership with the The National Botanic Gardens, OPW and sponsored by KBC Bank 3pm. Admission Free
Saturday 14th June


Workshop: Bookbinding for kids
Saturday 28th June


Time: 3pm. Visitor Centre
Lecture: Living conditions in Viking age Dublin
Dr Eileen Reilly, Irish Research council Postdoc. Research fellow, UCD School of Archaeology
Wednesday 18th June

What were living conditions like in Viking age Dublin? Using evidence from insects, this talk will reveal some of the sights, smells and textures inside Viking age houses, yards and pits.
Sylva
18th June – 15th July

An exhibition to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the publication of John Evelyn's Sylva – A Discourse on Forest Trees. It features remarkable drawings by Sarah Simblet from the New Sylva (Bloomsbury, 2014), a new book written by Gabriel Hemery that brings Evelyn's classic discourse up-to-date.
Daily in the Gallery space, Visitor Centre
Budding Artists & Hardy Annuals
Saturday 21st June

Join our creative art workshops suitable for a variety of age groups. For further information see the Children's Events section of this brochure.
Conifer Walk & Talk
Sunday 22nd June

Glasnevin has an extensive collection of conifers, from native Yews to Giant Redwoods from North America. Come an join us for a walk and talk, exploring wonderful evergreens from every corner of the world. Learn the basics of conifer identification and a few stories about why they are special.
Time 2:30pm. No booking necessary.
Workshop: Bookbinding for kids
Saturday 28th June

Come along to this workshop and create your very own journal of magical plants. We will use simple Japanese hole binding to create a truly unique book that you can press and store your specimens in.
Time: 3.00pm Meet Visitor Centre
Cost: € 10. Booking Essential


Events at the National Botanic Gardens, Kilmacurragh

Located in east County Wicklow, the National Botanic Gardens, Kilmacurragh is the centrepiece of an 18th century estate and is today famous for its conifers, rhododendrons and other acid-loving plants.
Kilmacurragh is located about 1 hours drive south of Dublin off the N11. For directions see map below.
Free Guided Tours will be held twice daily from April onwards until the middle of October at 12.00pm and 3.00pm.
Please check the website or locally for seasonally themed guided tours. Group tours should be pre-booked.
For all events, meet at the car park entrance to the Gardens.
Further information: 0404 48844

Guided Walk: Rhododendron Walks at Kilmacurragh
Saturdays & Sundays in April

They're back! Don't miss this annual treat, the fantastic displays of flowers from these ancient old rhododendrons are a joy to witness. Come and enjoy our spring tree walks as the beautiful blossoms emerge.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free
Guided Walk: Walk the Kilmacurragh Way
Saturdays in May

Join us for an invigorating walk through Kilmacurragh. Improve your fitness and find out about the medicinal properties of some of the amazing trees and plants growing here.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free.
Guided Walk: Learn about Meadows
Saturdays in June and July

Join us for a walk through the meadows, where the guide will identify the variety of interesting plants that grow here. The old meadows have been redeveloped and regenerated in Kilmacurragh giving a unique opportunity to walk through the mown paths and discover the wealth of species that grow in them.
Time: 3.00 pm Admission Free.
Family event: Bird Safari Kilmacurragh
Sunday 27th April

Join author and Botanic Gardens guide Glynn Anderson for a guided bird walk at Kilmacurragh. Come and discover what birds make their homes here, bring binoculars, if you have them.
Time 10.30 am. Meet in Kilmacurragh Car Park. Admission free.
Advance booking essential.
From May onwards, children's explorer trails available. Self guided fun for all the family. Pick up your trail in the carpark.



Events for Children

Children's Garden Trails
March onwards

An all-weather, all-year activity for kids! Pick up your free trail at the Visitor Centre and embark on a self-guided discovery of the wonderful plants and glasshouses on display in the Gardens. A variety of trails are available, including a 'Plants Under Cover' glasshouse trail and a 'Plant Passport' trail that introduces plants from all around the world.

Watch out for our Budding Botanists series for children and families coming soon !
Budding Artists
Saturdays 26th April, 24th May, 21st June

Join our 'budding' artists, a creative workshop especially for younger children taking place once a month, under the watchful eye of artist Niamh Synnott. Children are encouraged to take a closer look at the natural world all around them to inspire fun art-making activities. Suitable for 4 to 7 year olds.
Time: 11.00am-12.30pm. Meet at the Education and Visitor
Cost: €10. Booking Essential
Hardy Annuals
Saturdays 26th April, 24th May, 21st June

Why not join us for a guided discovery of the natural world where you can observe, engage and be inspired by your surroundings. Participants in this art programme will be encouraged to use materials in fun and interesting ways while taking inspiration from the world of plants on show at Glasnevin. Suitable for 8 to 12 year olds.
Time: 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Meet at the Visitor Centre
Cost: € 10. Booking Essential
Family event: Bird Safari Kilmacurragh
Sunday 27th April

Join author and Botanic Gardens guide Glynn Anderson for a guided bird walk at Kilmacurragh. Come and discover what birds make their homes here, bring binoculars, if you have them.
Time 10.30 am. Meet in Kilmacurragh Car Park. Admission free.
Advance booking essential.
Children's Event: Pond dipping
Saturdays 10th May, 7th June

A fun event exploring the weird and wonderful diversity of insects and minibeasts living in and around the pond at the Botanic Gardens. This workshop is suitable from age 8 upwards.
Time: 11.00am. Meet at the Visitor Centre.
Admission Free. Advance booking essential. Organised with the Dublin Naturalists' Field Club
Family event: Garden Bird Safari, Glasnevin
Sunday 18th May

Join author and Botanic Gardens guide Glynn Anderson for a guided bird walk. Come and discover what birds are here, bring binoculars if you have them and see what you can discover.
Time 10.00 am. Admission free. Advance booking essential. 01 8570909
Workshop: Bookbinding for kids
Saturday 28th June

Come along to this workshop and create your very own journal of magical plants. We will use simple Japanese hole binding to create a truly unique book that you can press and store your specimens in.
Time: 3.00pm Meet Visitor Centre
Cost: € 10. Booking Essential


Education workshops for schools

Special themed guided tours are available for primary and secondary school groups
  • Fascinating Plants - How do plants survive in the desert? What plants trap their own food? Why do trees have thorns? What's the fastest growing plant in the world? Find out the answers to these questions and view some amazing plants growing here in th
  • Learning the Links - exploring the interdependence between plants, animals and people.
  • Why do Trees have leaves? - Discover how amazing trees are - find out all about trees and how to tell an ash from an oak!
  • ‘Ireland’s Own’ Learn about the uses, mythology and identification of plants on your doorstep.
  • ‘Plants and Us’ – Learn all about plants and the role they play in our lives.


Sustainability workshops for second level.
Sustainability - What's That?

This workshop is designed for second level students, exploring and developing the principles of sustainability, biodiversity, plant conservations and the importance of plants in our lives. It includes presentations, tours and discussion. The education team at the National Botanic Gardens has developed this programme. It is cross-curricular in emphasis, covering aspects from the Geography, Science and CSPE curriculum. Workshop length two hours.
All education workshops must be booked in advance. For further details please phone 01 857 0909.
Extended programme also available in partnership with the Rediscovery Centre in Ballymun. All education workshops are free of charge but must be booked in advance.
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