Burj Khalifa Tower
Burj Khalifa skyscraper - the tallest building on Earth, 828 high (with an antenna 829.8) meters, is located in Downtown in the city of Dubai ( UAE ). It would seem, than it can be interesting for tourists, except for the viewing platforms?
However, if you know the features of the building and what to look for, you can see many of the wonders of the Burj Khalifa. And if you ask for special offers on the site, then seriously and economize. Let's talk about all this in our article.
But is it really the highest?
Of course, official figures do not give reason to doubt - 828 meters, higher on the ground have not yet built anything. Burj Khalifa is the highest building on earth. BUT! There is an important nuance.
Burj Khalifa consists of two parts. The lower part of the height of 585 meters is a reinforced concrete structure - a full-fledged building. Above the next 243 meters is a metal spire, very large, but still a spire.
This spire is a steel structure weighing 4000 tons. The central tube weighs 350 tons and has a height of 200 meters.
On the one hand, this metal spire is huge, it has floors and rooms, it can be considered a full-fledged part of the structure. If one thinks in this way, then the Burj Khalifa is indeed the tallest building in the world.
On the other hand, there are no offices, apartments or hotels. In such a spire it is possible to place only telecommunication equipment and engineering systems of the building.
If you do not recognize the spire as a full part of the building, then the highest tower will be the Shanghai Tower in China. Here, reinforced concrete structures rise to 632 meters, all floors are full, on 125-127 floors there are damper, concert and exhibition halls.
What do tourists do here?
First, look at the tower outside. Even from the quay of the Dubai Mall, she looks majestic. And if you look from the foot, impressions are unforgettable.
Secondly, observation platforms, there are two of them. You can look at Dubai from a height of 452 or 555 meters. Below you can see an artificial lake and Dubai fountains, the Dubai Mall shopping center seems small here (in the photo below, click on the photo to enlarge), and it is the biggest in the world. In the distance you can see the building of the Burj Al Arab hotel, and in good weather you can see the artificial bulk of the islands Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali and The World.
If desired, you can stay at a hotel in Burj Khalifa. Floors from 1 to 8, 38 and 39 are the chic Armani Hotel. The price of the room is from $ 500 per night.
You can have lunch or just sit over coffee in the restaurant At.mosphere. To reserve a table it is necessary in advance, to spend for a table it is necessary from 500 dirhams.
Here you can stay. Burj Khalifa sells apartments. Penthouse of 2000 sq.m. with 5 bedrooms will cost 27 million dollars. Modest apartment of 180 sq.m. with 2 bedrooms will cost $ 1.5 million.
And you can also recall the cost of building the Burj Khalifa - 1.5 billion dollars. That's how they spend 1.5 billion in the United Arab Emirates. Then you can go to St. Petersburg and look at the stadium "St. Petersburg Arena", it also cost about 1.5 billion dollars (it's hard to say because of the course changes). That's how they spend 1.5 billion dollars in Russia. Compare the impressions from these two structures, to think, maybe, to draw some conclusions for themselves.
How to get there
If you have a rest in the hotel of Dubai, then the easiest way to get there is by metro. Look for the nearest metro station and drive to the Burj Khalifa / Dubai Mall (red branch). See the subway map in Russian in our article " Dubai Metro ".
From the station it is most convenient to walk along the covered bridge Metro Bridge (pictured right, click to enlarge) to the Dubai Mall . Then you can exit Dubai Mall and admire the Burj Khalifa outside, or you can go to the tower itself through a special transition.
You can take a taxi, the price will depend on the distance from the hotel. Dubai is big, can get 10 dirhams, maybe 100. About tariffs, read our article " Taxi in the UAE ", and see the current course in the article " Dirham of the UAE ".
From Abu Dhabi, you can get to Dubai to Al Ghubaiba or Ibn Battuta bus stations, then the metro (instruction above). Read our review " How to travel between Dubai and Abu Dhabi ."
From Sharjah, it is most convenient to take a taxi to the nearest subway station of Dubai in the Deira area, a taxi will cost 45-60 dirhams. Then get on the subway (instruction above).
The rest of the emirates can be reached by bus to Dubai. Then by metro.
From Ajman there is a bus E400, the ticket price is 15 dirhams, on the way - from 30 to 50 minutes. The bus leaves every 30 minutes from the stop Ajman's Mussalah.
From Fujairah there is a bus E700, the ticket price is 25 dirhams, on the way - 2-2.5 hours. Leaves Fujairah's main street every 45 minutes.
From Ras Al Khaimah, you can take the E601 bus, the ticket price is 20 dirhams, and the trip takes 1.5-2 hours. Leaves with Ras Al Khaimah Bus Station every 60 minutes.
There are no direct buses from Umm al-Quwain , you'll have to catch the E601 bus on the E11 highway. Easier from the hotel in Umm al-Quwain to reach neighboring Ajman, and from there take a bus to Dubai.
From the hotels of any resort in the UAE, you can book an excursion to the Burj Khalifa, usually in a package with a sightseeing tour around the city of Dubai. The price is from 80 to 110 US dollars.
A very important point. Burj Khalifa has two observation platforms. This is important, because the price of tickets is different at times, and Prime hours (the best hours for visiting) are different.
AT THE TOP is a viewing platform at 124 (open) and 125 (covered) floors, the height is 452 meters.
AT THE TOP SKY is an observation deck on the 148th floor (open), height - 555 meters.
To understand why this is so, we will plunge into the history of the Burj Khalifa, although the whole story in facts and figures will be discussed in the second part of this article. At first, there was no top observation platform at all, there was enough ground on the 124th floor (452 meters), which was the highest in the world.
However, in December 2011 (a year after the opening of the Burj Khalifa), the Canton Tower opened in Guangzhou City (China) with an observation deck at an altitude of 488 meters, the Dubaiians were left without a record.
October 15, 2014, Dubai won its record by opening the platform on the 148th floor (555 meters). But in June 2016, an observation deck on the Shanghai Tower (China) opened at an altitude of 561 meters, and the Dubai team lost their record again.
Now Dubai has nothing to cover. Recall that the building of the Burj Khalifa in height only 585 meters, and the remaining 243 meters is a large metal spire, in which, according to all safety standards, the viewing platform can not be organized.
Without days off, from 8-30 to 22-00. The entrance closes at 21-15.
Prime hours for AT THE TOP sites are from 15-00 to 18-30.
Prime hours for the site AT THE TOP SKY - from 9-30 to 18-00.
Prime hours can be changed by the administration.
There are two types of tickets: Immediate Entry Admission and General Admission. Children under 4 years old are always free. Further, all prices are given in dirhams, for the actual course see our article " Dirham UAE ".
Immediate Entry Admission . This ticket is bought at the ticket office on the day of visit. It would seem that the simplest and most convenient option.
In practice, this is the worst option. Firstly, this type of ticket is sold only on AT THE TOP, but on AT THE TOP SKY there are none at all.
Secondly, tickets may simply not be available, because a few people are allowed to visit the observation platforms.
Thirdly, a very high price of 300 dirhams, compared to 200 and 125 dirhams from a ticket purchased on the site. Below is the price table for Immediate Entry tickets.
| Type of ticket || AT THE TOP || AT THE TOP SKY |
| Adult (from 12 years) || 300 || No |
| Children (from 4 to 12 years) || 300 || No |
General Admission . This ticket is bought on the official website https://tickets.atthetop.ae/. When buying a ticket, you need to choose the date and time of your visit. Below is the price table for General Admission tickets.
| Type of ticket || AT THE TOP || AT THE TOP SKY |
| Adult (from 12 years) || 125 || 350 |
| Children (from 4 to 12 years) || 95 || 350 |
| Adult (from 12 years old) Prime || 200 || 500 |
| Child (from 4 to 12 years old) Prime || 160 || 500 |
Tickets General Admission are available on the site one month before the date of visit. Payment is made by VISA, MasterCard and JCB cards. For the purchase of an online ticket, an additional fee of 5 dirhams is charged. That is, add to the prices in the table above 5.
And one more important point. You can not buy a children's ticket separately, only together with at least one adult, the system does not allow it to be done. If you are traveling with a child, buy all the tickets at once with the same operation. Do not forget about the children's ticket, otherwise you can not buy it later by a separate operation.
Probably, Burj Khalifa can safely give one more record - for the most expensive tickets for viewing platforms. For comparison, to look at Shanghai with a record at the moment the viewing platform of the Shanghai Tower costs 180 yuan (at the time of writing $ 27 dollars).
When buying on the site you can use combo tickets, some very profitable.
AT THE TOP SKY + Dubai Fountain Boardwalk . Buy together a ticket to the site AT THE TOP SKY and view the show of Dubai fountains from a special platform at the foot of Burj Khalifa (in the photo below, click to enlarge). Valid from 19-00, the price is 360 (+5) dirhams.
The ticket to AT THE TOP SKY costs 350 (+5) dirhams, and viewing fountains from the platform can be purchased separately for 20 (+5) dirhams. It turns out to save 15 dirhams.
ATT + Dubai Aquarium . This is a good offer. You get tickets for AT THE TOP (not in Prime hours) and the oceanarium in Dubai Mall . The price is 180 (+5) dirhams.
The ticket to Burj Khalifa costs 125 (+5) dirhams, the ticket to the oceanarium costs 100 dirhams. It turns out to save 45 dirhams.
FAST TRACK . This ticket allows you to pass everywhere without waiting. The price is 300 (+5) dirhams, regardless of age. On this ticket you can pass only to the AT THE TOP sites, for the AT THE TOP SKY site this type of ticket is not provided. If you see that someone passes without queue, do not be surprised and do not be indignant, he bought himself a ticket FAST TRACK.
There are a few combo tickets, but we will not talk about them in detail, since we consider them not very popular. If you are interested, then on the site tickets.atthetop.ae you can read their description. If you do not know English, use the translator built into the browser, it will be more or less clear.
How is the visit
Entrance to the Burj Khalifa for visitors is via a special transfer from Dubai Mall. Find this transition is not difficult, look at the pointers, look for the signs on the inscription "Burj Khalifa".
If you bought a ticket on the site, then the visit time is determined in advance, you need to arrive by this time. Come earlier, you will wait.
Before entering Burj Khalifa, you need to deliver large bags and prohibited items to the storage room. Prohibited: objects of glass, any weapons and pyrotechnics, markers (which they write), aerosol paints, alcohol, roller skates and any shoes with wheels, folding multifunctional tools.
Further pass security control, both at airports. The checkpoint is the only place where you can not take pictures, then everywhere you can.
There is also face and dress control. In unacceptable clothes, upstairs may not be allowed, as described in our article " What can not be done in the UAE ." If it smells of alcohol or fumes, they may not be allowed. We do not recommend consuming alcohol on the eve of a trip to Burj Khalifa, so you can not only not get to the top, but you can get a fine of 600 dirhams, for more details, see our article " Alcohol in the UAE - Prices and Laws ".
After the control, visitors enter the large room where the Burj Khalifa model is on display. The walls depict the contours of the high-rise buildings of the world with Burj Khalifa in the first place in the ranking. See the photo above, click on the photo to enlarge.
Next to the elevator. First on the travolator, around the large displays show videos about the life and history of the UAE, the construction of Burj Khalifa and the future prosperity of the country. Then on the escalator up, then along the corridor with photographs of the builders of Burj Khalifa and cognitive rollers on the displays on the walls.
The elevator lifts to the 124th floor in just a minute. On a small display in the elevator, visitors are shown the figure of the current floor. The speed of the elevator is 7.5 meters per second, far to Taipei 101 (16 m / s) or Shanghai Tower (18 m / s). The elevator sounds music, which was written specifically for the elevators of the Burj Khalifa.
From the elevator, go straight to the observation deck. Look at Dubai from a height of 452 meters, enjoy the views.
On the viewing platform there is a souvenir shop where you can buy metal and glass mock-ups of Burj Khalifa, 3D puzzles, Lego sets and much more. Prices are as high as Burj Khalifa itself. All these souvenirs can be bought in other places much cheaper. Read about this in our article " What to bring from the UAE ".
But in the local souvenir shop there is also an exclusive souvenir - these are the bolts that were used in the construction. Or rather, these are not exactly the same.
AT THE THE TOP (124th floor) is allowed to spend 1.5 hours. Question: what to do here for 1,5 hours? View all types and take a photo that lasts 30 minutes maximum. You can try to see the coast of Iran, in many sources they write that it can be seen in good weather. In fact, Iran is 150 kilometers away, and it is beyond the horizon. You can not see it even theoretically, not to mention that there is not enough visual acuity.
You can go to the restaurant At.mosphere. The prices here are as high as the Burj Khalifa itself. There is a zone for smoking here, such laws of the UAE do not prohibit, as we discussed in the article " Smoking in the UAE ."
AT THE THE TOP SKY (148th floor) is allowed to stay 30 minutes, then the visitor is asked to move to the 124th floor.
Once you enjoy the views and take a photo you can get on the same elevator and go down.
The visit is over.
History in interesting facts and figures
In 1995, the ruler of Dubai Sheikh Muktum ibn-Rashid actually transferred power to his brother - Sheikh Mohammed ibn-Rashid. Sheikh Mohammed is a very active person, he did not lose his energy even now at the age of 68!
It was Sheikh Mohammed who began to rebuild the economy of Dubai. He did not want to concentrate on trade and oil production, but to develop new directions: tourism, construction, financial services, high technologies. The list of his initiatives is huge: the Burj Al Arab hotel, the airline Emirates, the islands of Palm and much more. An important project was the Downtown district, in the center of which Burj Khalifa was located.
In the basic project, the skyscraper was supposed to be only 90 floors, and did not claim any records. It is believed that it was Sheikh Mohammed decided to create a skyscraper-record holder.
The main contractor of the project was Samsung C & T, a construction company in the Samsung holding company. Before that Samsung C & T worked on Taipei 101 (at that time the world's tallest skyscraper) and Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur. The main work was carried out by Al Ghurair Investment from the UAE.
The architects used the Y-shaped tower tower of Tower Palace III in Seoul (South Korea), which was built by Samsung C & T. Lateral "petals" taper in steps, repeating the spiral shape of the minaret of the mosque in Samarra, in the photo next, click to enlarge.
There is another more romantic version. In the section, the base of the Burj Khalifa is similar to the flower of the spider lily, and it was this natural form that inspired the architect Adrian Smith.
The petals serve to support the main trunk of the Burj Khalifa, it is in the center that all communications, elevators and stairs are located, with the exception of fire ladders. In total there are 57 elevators and 8 escalators in the building.
Stability in the construction of the building paid close attention. In Dubai sand storms occur with a wind speed of up to 50 km / h, which we described in the article " Weather in the UAE ." Petals narrowed by steps, forming terraces, there are 27 such terraces here. As a result, in normal weather, the Burj Khalifa is swinging only by 1.5 meters.
Architect Marshal Strabala in one of the interviews told details of the original project of Burj Khalifa. The building was originally planned to be only 808 meters high. Another 20 meters added for a better aesthetics.
In the first project, Burj Khalifa was planned as an exceptionally residential building, and only in the course of construction work it was decided that it was economically impractical. In the initial project, it was decided to establish the world's first three-story elevators in Burj Khalifa, but later abandoned this idea in favor of two-story elevators.
The difficult conditions of the Arab Emirates demanded a unique project. But the very process of building skyscrapers in the UAE is specific, because the sand does not build a good foundation.
In 2003, we drilled the first 33 test wells. Under the construction site were soft limestones and siltstones. Drilling to a depth of 140 meters did not produce the desired results, hard rocks under the future Burj Khalifa were never found. It was not very good, but it was still possible to build a skyscraper in such a place.
It was not quality, but quantity, that ensured sustainability. For the foundation, 192 piles of reinforced concrete, each 1.5 meters in diameter and 43 meters in length, were created. These piles consumed 45,000 cubic meters of concrete with a total mass of 110,000 tons.
Burj Khalifa was built from special concrete, it is difficult to get concrete that would withstand record loads of building weight and temperatures of up to +50 degrees. The mixture was poured only at night, when the temperature is lower and the humidity is higher. In the summer months, ice was added to the mixture.
Construction of the main part of the building began on January 6, 2004.
There are many unique engineering systems in the building. The water supply system consists of more than 10 kilometers of pipes that pump 946,000 liters of water per day. But even more in scope is the system of emergency fire extinguishing - 213 kilometers of pipes. There is still a secondary system of pipes for supplying water to air conditioners - 34 kilometers.
Naturally, it is impossible to pump water through such pipes to such a high altitude. Therefore, every 30 floors there are tanks, and pumps pump water between these tanks.
Air conditioning system from the company Voltas. The system takes air from the very top of the Burj Khalifa, where the air is cleaner and colder. The difference between the air temperature at the base and at the top is 6 degrees. The system consumes 46 MW. The water spent by conditioners is used for an irrigation of the next park.
Outside, the Burj Khalifa was covered with special slabs reflecting the sun's rays to prevent overheating of the building under the hot sun. These plates often prevent tourists from taking photos. In total, the surface of the tower covers 24 348 such plates, each weighing 362 kilograms and dimensions of 3.25 x 1.37 meters. The total surface area is 120,000 square meters.
Of course, these plates must be washed. The Burj Khalifa has three rail systems on different floors, along which a special machine for cleaning windows is used. These machines were developed by the company CoxGomyl (Melbourne, Australia), the cost of the system - $ 8 million. On the upper 27 floors and the spire, ordinary climbers on ropes work. Under normal conditions, machines and people need three to four months to wash all the windows.
To create the concrete structure of Burj Khalifa by Putzmeister, it was necessary to develop a new ultra high-pressure concrete pump - BSA 14000 SHP-D. The pressure is up to 260 bar. This pump set a world record - gave the concrete mixture to a height of 606 meters.
In total, Burj Khalifa needed 55,000 tons of steel and 330,000 cubic meters of concrete.
On March 21, 2006, a riot occurred among the migrant workers who built Burj Khalifa. 2,500 workers began to destroy cars, offices and everything that came to hand. Total damage to the Interior Ministry of Dubai was estimated at $ 300,000. Migrant workers protested against difficult working conditions, low salaries and non-payments. Read more about this problem in our article " Citizens and Migrants in the UAE ".
By June 2006, the building had grown to 50 floors.
In 2006, there was another event that had an indirect relationship to Burj Khalifa. On 4 January Sheikh Muktum ibn-Rashid died, Sheikh Mohammed ibn-Rashid ascended to the throne. In fact, Sheikh Mohammed ruled the emirate of Dubai for 11 years, now his authority has become completely official.
2007 was the year of records.
February 2007. Burj Khalifa beats a record of the number of floors, previously behind the skyscraper Willis Towers (Chicago, USA).
May 2007. Burj Khalifa reaches 130 floors, a new record of the pumping height of concrete (to a height of 452 meters), earlier for Taipei 101 (449.2 meters) is set.
July 2007. Burj Khalifa reaches a height of 141 floors (510 meters) and becomes the tallest building, previously the record holder was Taipei 101 (509.2 meters).
August 2007. Burj Khalifa reaches a height of 527 meters and becomes higher than the Willis Towers (Chicago, USA).
September 2007. Burj Khalifa reaches a height of 555.3 meters and becomes the highest free-standing construction on earth, ahead of the CN Tower (Toronto, Canada).
April 2008. Burj Khalifa reaches a height of 629 meters, bypassing the mast KVLY-TV (North Dakota, USA) and becomes the highest man-made structure in the world.
September 2008. Burj Khalifa reaches a height of 688 meters and becomes the tallest structure ever built by people, overtaking the Warsaw radio mast (note: it was the tallest structure, but collapsed in 1991).
On January 17, 2009, Burj Khalifa reached its maximum height of 829.8 meters.
On October 1, 2009, the construction customer, Emaar, said that the exterior finish was completed.
January 4, 2010 there was a grand opening. At the opening of the guests there was a surprise - the tower was renamed. All this time it was called Burj Dubai. The emirate of Dubai did not have the money to complete the construction, the economic crisis of 2007-2010 strongly affected the economy of the emirate.
Debts only for construction projects were already 80 billion US dollars. The federal government lent Dubai 10 billion dollars to complete the current projects.
In gratitude for this help, the tower was named Burj Khalifa in honor of the President of the United Arab Emirates and the Emir of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa ibn-Zayed Al Nahyan.
At the ceremony, the final figures became known: the total weight of the structure is 500,000 tons, the height is 828 meters, 163 full floors, another 46 floors in the spire, the total area of the premises is 310,000 square meters, the maximum capacity of residents is 35,000, 1,5 billion US dollars.
On March 10, 2010, CTBUH (Council for High-Rise Buildings and Urban Environment) officially declared Burj Khalifa the tallest building in the world.
On 15 of the first 39 floors there is the Armani Hotel (pictured on the left, click to enlarge), there are 304 rooms, the design was developed by Giorgio Armani himself. The opening of the hotel was scheduled for March 18, 2010, but was postponed several times, and as a result the hotel opened on April 27, 2010.
Up to 108 floors are residential apartments, on the floors above office space. On the 43rd, 76th and 123rd floors are "Sky Lobby" - these are special floors, where people are transplanted from high-speed to small local elevators. There are 57 elevators in Burj Khalifa, including 7 double-decker, with a maximum speed of 10 m / s. Elevators produced by OTIS.
On the floors of the Sky Lobby are swimming pools, which serve as dampers. There are also SPA-centers with an interesting design of the floor, causing a sense of walking on the water. 122, 123, 124 floors serve only for Sky Lobby, viewing platforms and restaurant At.mosphere.
Two underground floors are used for parking up to 3000 cars.
Sale of premises
This is a very interesting part of the history of Burj Khalifa.
In March 2009, a statement was made by Mohammed Ali Alabbar of Emaar Properties. He announced the price of office space - 43,000 dollars per square meter, and residential space - 37,500 dollars per sq.m.
In the press there was information that all apartments were bought back after 8 hours after the sale. Naturally, it was a provocation to heat demand, not more. Provocation did not work, but only undermined the reputation of Emaar. Nobody believed that at the height of the economic crisis, there could be such an agiot demand for ultra-expensive real estate.
For the Arab Emirates, the Burj Khalifa skyscraper has become a symbol of a new round of UAE history , a new era of independence from oil revenues. It was expected that many would want to join the national pride, but expectations did not materialize.
Ten months after the opening, the rent for office space fell by 40%, and 825 out of 900 apartments were empty. Only by 2013, Emaar sold 80% of the apartments.
As a business project, Burj Khalifa was a failure, but there is nothing surprising in this. Remember the former record holder - Taipei 101, where some of the premises are empty so far. And in Burj Khalifa apartments are empty, they can be found on free sale and now (note: the article was published in 2017). No super-skyscraper has yet become super-profitable.
Records of the Burj Khalifa
- The highest construction ever built by people is 828 meters. Previously, the record belonged to the Warsaw radio mast with a height of 646.4 meters.
- The highest construction of the existing - 828 meters. Previously, the record belonged to the Warsaw mast KVLY-TV with a height of 628.8 meters.
- The highest construction, standing alone - 828 meters. Previously, the record belonged to CN Tower in height of 553.3 meters.
- The highest skyscraper - 828 meters. Previously, the record belonged to Taipei 101 with a height of 509.2 meters.
- The highest skyscraper, if you measure the height of the antenna - 829.8 meters. Earlier record belonged to the Tower of Willis - 527 meters.
- The largest number of floors - 211 (including the floors of the spire). Previously, the record belonged to the World Trade Center (now non-existent) - 110 floors. Even if the Burj Khalifa does not take into account the floors in the spire, the score is still scored.
- The longest staircase in the skyscraper leads to the 160th floor and has 2909 steps.
- The longest route of the elevator is 504 meters.
- The highest altitude nightclub is the 144th floor.
- The tallest restaurant (At.mosphere) - 122 floor and 442 meters.
- The highest library in the world on the 123rd floor.
Burj Khalifa became the building with the highest inhabited floor - 584.5 meters. But in 2015 this record was beaten by the Shanghai Tower.
In Burj Khalifa was the highest observation deck on the 148th floor (555 meters). The record is beaten by the Shanghai Tower.
On January 8, 2010, the base jumper Nasr Al-Niyadi and Omar Al-Hegelan broke the world record of parachute jumping from the buildings. They jumped from a special platform on the 160th floor (672 meters). Both athletes from the UAE Aviation Society. The action was clearly conceived as an advertisement of Burj Khalifa.
On April 21, 2014, the French Vinz Reffe and Fred Fugen jumped from the top of the Burj Khalifa from a height of 828 meters. This world record will no longer be beaten until the building is built even higher Burj Khalifa. They are on the photo next, click on the photo to enlarge.
March 29, 2011 Alan "The French Spiderman" Robert climbed the surface of the Burj Khalifa to the very top. It took him 6 hours.
In 2014 during the Dubai Shopping Festival on the surface of the Burj Khalifa staged a real vertical fashion show.
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