• It is almost an obligation to take a tango class if this is your first visit to Buenos Aires.
  • A great way to learn about the history of tango is to visit the neighborhoods where he was born, as San Telmo, La Boca, and Montserrat.
  • The Argentine tango is a dance of passions and conflicts loving, nostalgias and dramas. Give yourself to these feelings when you're dancing and travels to the deep world of tango in body and soul.

History of Tango

The Tango originates between 1850 and 1890 on both banks of the Río de la Plata, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. This dance that originated in the port of Buenos Aires and quickly spread to the southern districts such as San Telmo, La Boca, Monserrat and Pompeii.

Buenos Aires and Montevideo had a similar socio-cultural situation due to the port activity and the massive immigration from different parts of Europe, mainly Italian and Spanish cuisine, which occurred in the late 19th and early 20th century in the area of the Río de la Plata.

The fusion of languages, knowledge and customs generated the phenomenon of tango and at the same time a language, lunfardo. This way of speaking took the words of some Italian dialects and other languages brought by immigrants, absorbed and adapted to the porteño.

In 1910, tango was danced in Paris, rapidly expanding its popularity throughout the world. The music conquered the highest sectors of society and was danced in almost all European capitals such as Paris, Madrid and Barcelona.

Outstanding personalities of Tango

  • Carlos Gardel

Carlos Gardel is one of the largest references for tango. Gardel was baritone and his songs narrated the dramas of everyday life. Among their most popular items are back, and remembered the day you love me, downhill, by a head and Melodía de arrabal. His fame led him starring in 10 films. His tragic death in a plane crash in 1935 in the middle of a tour was the beginning of his legend. Argentina, France, and Uruguay dispute his place of birth.

  • Roberto Goyeneche

His name is positioned among the most important in the history of the genre, not only because it was a fantastic singing, but also by the expressiveness of his phrasing, the way to place the voice, the management of the times, accents and silences, the strength of the very essence of tango, distinguish it from all the other singers of our time. His most remembered: "Malena", "Chau, no more" and "I am only". It was affectionately called the "Polish".

  •  Hugo del Carril

Hugo del Carril was an artist of multiple talents. In addition to the singer he was a writer, director and actor. Thanks to the admiration he had for Carlos Gardel launches as a singer in tango. She had a strong voice tone, always cataloged as GARDELIANA. His career had a rapid ascent to the summit because the cinema spread his image throughout Latin America.

  •  Aníbal Troilo

Aníbal Troilo or "Pichuco" was one of the major exponents of the instrument bandoneon. Talk about Troilo is to refer to orchestras monumental in classrooms full of dancers. Is the tango that puts to dance or pulls out tears for his melancholy. As director of the Orquesta Típica and the Cuarteto Aníbal Troilo made history with instrumental tangos and sung. Songs like South and Garúa are a sample of his particular style of feel the rhythm.

In 2005 the Argentine Congress declared the date of 11 July (birth of Aníbal Troilo), such as the National Day of the Bandoneon.

  •  Astor Piazzolla

The greatest exponent of the tango of the 20th century was Astor Piazzolla who redefined a whole genre. His arrangements revolutionized tango and is considered the founder of the New Tango. Broke all the rules. It was heavily criticized during his whole life for his music because society did not consider how to Tango. However, this happened more in the Republic of Argentina, the success of Astor focused more on the international. After his death, his music was recognized within the tango by the Argentines.

  •  Libertad Lamarque

The female voice more representative of the tango in the 1930s. It was a singer and actress that reached its peak of popularity and fame in 1930. Their varied presentations in much of the American continent earned him the nickname of "the bride of America"

  •  Tita Merello

Tita was an American actress and singer from Argentina, dubbed as "La Morocha argentina" although perhaps her career brightness in his facet as an actress in the 1990s 40' and 50', is still remembered by their masterful interpretations of tango.

  •  Enrique Santos Discépolo

He was an artist all-rounder. He was a composer, musician, actor, and filmmaker. Known as discepolín is especially remembered for composing great tangos regarded as the "fundamental tangos" or "tangos de oro". Due to their political ideologies was very censored in his time. The lyrics to his songs are often cited in academic papers. Topics such as Yira Yira, Cambalache, and one are some of his reflections on human life in the 20th century.

  • Osvaldo Pugliese

Osvaldo was one of the great representatives of the tango milonguero. Coming from a family of musicians, as a young man was reluctant to follow this profession. However, it took him a taste of music is already more adult. According to the historians, Osvaldo Pugliese was a double revolutionary, in the music with his tangos and in politics.

Tango Festival and World

From 2009 takes place annually in Buenos Aires at the World Championship of Dance of Tango. The competition is divided into two categories: tango and tango scene of track.

The competition is held in the month of August and joins the Festival of Tango. The festival offers free activities from concerts, exhibits, classes and shows up to thematic products fair. The two events are simultaneous and complementary.

The World Tango of Buenos Aires is the tango event of a greater international impact. Represents a passion that captivates followers from all over the world and is organized by the Ministry of Culture of Buenos Aires from a decade ago.

How do you dance?

The dance of tango has four basic components: the embrace strait, the walk, the court and the quebrada, understood these last two classical terms as the axis of improvisation and choreographic figures of dance and that are known under the generic name of "firulete".

In the tango, the couple must make figures, pauses, and improvised movements, called cuts, ravines and twists, different for each of them, without coming loose. Is the embrace which makes it difficult to combine in a single choreography the improvisations of both.

In Buenos Aires, there are places that evoke the tango just by looking at it or its decoration or even by its history. Here's a list of some of the most representative places of tango.

Corner of San Juan and Boedo

The famous corner immortalized in the tango "Sur" written by the popular Homero Manzi, author of well-known tango and an intellectual committed to the people. It was a meeting place for family and friends, and for the famous literary current of Boedo to which Homer belonged.

Museo Carlos Gardel

The Museo Carlos Gardel is located in the heart of the neighborhood of El Abasto, in the house where the singer bought his mother in 1927. The construction is carefully decorated with relics, old, covers of newspapers and magazines with the smile of the "Zorzal Criollo".

Old Warehouse

In the Old Warehouse (Balcarce and independence), built in 1780, relive the unforgettable footprint Edmundo Rivero, the "Polaco" Goyeneche, Aníbal Troilo, Osvaldo Pugliese, and Horacio Salgán, among others. The former mansion was also a hospital, wine cellar, and restaurant until at the end of the 60 was transformed into the most famous tango venue in Buenos Aires.

Plaza Dorrego

In the Plaza Dorrego in San Telmo neighborhood there is a milonga in solidarity to open sky, the favorite of young people whose entry is "to the CAP" and accepting non-perishable food for community kitchens.

La Boca

The Walk "Caminito" is one of the most emblematic of the city, with its colorful houses, canteens, crafts, samples of paintings. La Boca was one of the neighborhoods where it originated this dance, next to the brothels of the port, and is still present with couples dancing in the street. The photograph is inevitable.

Recommended destinations to visit in Argentina!

Visit Patagonia: Land of Glaciers and Lakes

The Patagonian Region is located in the south of the American continent. It is composed of the provinces of Tierra del Fuego, Santa Cruz, Chubut, Río Negro and Neuquén.The two forms of highlighting characteristics of the region of Patagonia are, plateaus and mountains. The first in a greater proportion, are typical of the so-called Patagonia Extra Andina. The second ones are characteristics of the Andean Patagonia.The Andes plays an important role in the provision of the Argentinean regions climate and, because of this, Patagonia is a region of arid and semi-desert.The Island of Tierra del Fuego, due to its location next to the southern pole, in summer it has up to 18 hours of light, whereas in the winter, there are only seven to eight hours.Called the Land of the end of the World, offers infinite landscapes: rivers, sea, mountains and lush vegetation. Its history makes the province a tourist pole of international relevance.Tierra del Fuego is the starting point of the most varied excursions and expeditions to Antarctica. To reach these confines of the world is a fascinating experience and unique in every way.The most important city of the province is Ushuaia, capital of the Province. Used as a port of the cruises that depart for Antarctica. Offers natural beauty, cultural, Services infrastructure for those who know not the forget ever.To 12 km. of Ushuaia is the gateway to the Tierra del Fuego National Park created in 1960 and protects 68909 hectares. It is the only one of the Republic of Argentina that combines the marine environment, with wooded forests giving shape to the marine coast, lakes, valleys, vast peat bogs and magnificent forests.Connecting the city of Ushuaia, with the National Park, is the Austral Fueguino Railroad or Train of end of the world. Is the train running southernmost city in the world.Close to the city of Ushuaia is the Museum of Presidio, former prison that housed the most dangerous convicts in the country. Some of the prisoners achieved great notoriety as the multiple murderer Mateo Banks, alias "mystical" or Cayetano Santos Godino, alias "El Petiso Orejudo".Lake Escondido and Fagnano Lake are two of the most visited lakes in the province.The Province of Santa Cruz has of capital and largest city to Rio Gallegos. Apart from the capital, its main cities sonː Caleta Olivia, head of north zone and the headquarters of oil and mining bases; and El Calafate, gateway to the natural wonder of the Perito Moreno Glacier, located in the Los Glaciares National Park.Due to the beauty, his glaciol and geomorphologic interests , and part of its fauna in danger of extinction, Los Glaciares National Park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.Other National Park well visited and interesting in the area is the Perito Moreno National Park, an authentic territory, virtually no modified by the hand of man.Declared National Capital of Trekking, El Chaltén allows you to live a unique experience in the south of the Patagonia Argentina. With breathtaking scenery, glaciers, great lakes and snow-capped peaks is a favorite of travelers to visit different mountain trails and walks through native forests.The province of Chubut has of capital the city of Rawson and his most populated city is Comodoro Rivadavia. The main towns of the province are: Puerto Madryn, Trelew, Esquel and El Chocón along with Rawson and Comodoro Rivadavia.Its geographical position next to the variety of historical and cultural attractions and natural, turn it into a pole of very important tourist attraction for the region.Chubut has two National Parks: Los Alerces and Lago Puelo and provincial areas protected from baggilt, Nant and Fall and the Valdes Peninsula.In Peninsula Valdes are concentrated a large variety of aquatic animals, such as the Southern Right Whale, which can be seen in breeding season in Puerto Madryn.In addition on the Valdes peninsula lies the island of the Birds, used as a reproductive area for ten different species of seabirds and shorebirds. Punta Norte, colony of sea lions, elephant seals, Magellanic penguins, escuas and orcas. The flamingos and penguins, cormorants and other water birds are concentrated in Caleta Valdés.The province of Rio Negro has of capital the city of Viedma and the most populated city is San Carlos de Bariloche.The main tourist towns are the caves on the coast, El Bolsón and San Carlos de Bariloche in the Cordillera. The town of Bariloche, beautiful landscapes and extensive tourist infrastructure, are next to the Nahuel Huapi National Park (the first of Argentina). To the south lies the village of El Bolsón is famous for its green forests and mountains and its benign climate. Near Bariloche is the Cerro Catedral the biggest ski center in South America and the Southern Hemisphere.The last province of Neuquén, Patagonia is located in the center west of the country. Its capital and largest city is Buenos Aires. The main tourist towns are Neuquén, Villa la Angostura, San Martín de Los Andes.San Martín de los Andes is a destination recognized internationally and can be visited throughout the year. Here you will find the Cerro Chapelco, one of the most important ski centers in Argentina.In Villa La Angostura is the gateway to the Arrayanes National Park, the only place in the world where there is a natural forest of the arrayanes tree species.

Meet Litoral: Land of Jungles and Waterfalls

The Region of the Coast comprises two sub-regions: chaqueña and Mesopotamia.The subregion of Chaco is a wooded, uniform plain, with a subtropical climate.The Mesopotamia, formed by the provinces of Misiones, Corrientes and Entre Ríos, is surrounded by two large and copious rivers: the Paraná and Uruguay and the islands of the Delta of the Paraná.The province of Misiones, contains in its soil, rock formations that break the course of the rivers giving origin to falls, rapids and waterfalls. A dramatic example of this are the famous Iguazu falls, declared Natural Patrimony of Humanity by UNESCO. Other natural attractions in the province are: Moconá Falls, Tabay, Indian Cave, Salto Berrondo, etc. At the same time, it is of great importance to the historical heritage of the province: Jesuit Ruins of San Ignacio Mini, Loreto, Santa Ana, and Santa Maria Maggiore, in the south of the province of Misiones are the provinces of Entre Ríos and Corrientes, with several beaches, islands and places suitable for the practice of swimming and water sports.Corrientes , with its ecological circuit of the great wetland, the Esteros del Ibera, with an abundant fauna worthy to appreciate, and the edge of the Paraná River that borders more than half of the contour of currents, is the protagonist of the two contests and fishing for various fish species.The Province of Chaco, with its capital, Resistance, is recognized as the City of the Sculptures, with more than 500 artworks scattered on the sidewalks of the city with works by artists from different countries of the world.In both subregions we find rich variety of flora and fauna, especially in subtropical forests in Misiones, and in more temperate climates of Corrientes and Entre Ríos, forests and parks.We can also enjoy the thermal springs that exist in many cities of the Argentine littoral.

Tour the Argentine Northwest: Tierra del Valles, Quebradas and Sierras colorful

The Northwest Region of Argentina is composed by the provinces of Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca, Tucumán and Santiago del Estero. It is a region, rich in history and geography with unique characteristics.It is made up of three sub-regions: Puna, Cordillera Oriental and Sierras Subandinas.The Puna is part of the mountain range of the Andes. The climate is characterized for being dry and cold, with big temperature contrasts between day and night.The Eastern Cordillera is formed by mountains, gorges and valley. The rivers that flow through the eastern cordillera were eroding the ground, in a continuous and intense form , giving origin to the Quebradas . Notable among them is the Quebrada de Humahuaca in Jujuy, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In this geographical area you will find the train to the Clouds, one of the world's highest railway, which runs through mountains that make up the Cordillera of the Andes.Other attractions that can be found is the Hill of the Seven Colors (Cerro de Siete Colores), natural formation of great beauty and very particular. This site is one of the mountains are found in and around the famous Quebrada of Purmamarca. Between the colors that can be seen there are green, yellow, pink, white, purple, coffee, red and orange, which form a natural spectacle like few others in the world.The Sierras Subandinas are located 2,500 meters above sea level on average. In this area there are Baritú National Parks, and the King (El Rey) , the Calilegua which preserve the southern sector of the Forest of mountain that is also known with the name of Yunga.The main cities in this region are: San Miguel de Tucumán (the metropolis of the region), Salta and San Salvador de Jujuy, where is located one of the most important cathedrals of the country.

Visit Cuyo: Land of Adventure and Good Wine

The Cuyo Region is located in the west of the country. It is formed by the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan, La Rioja and San Luis. It is characterized by being the main area in the production of wines from South America. In the region prevails a mountainous ground and little vegetation .In Mendoza, one of the most important attractions is the Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the American continent with 6,962 meters of height. Several glaciers across its slopes; it is located within the Aconcagua Provincial Park, and is the most frequented by climbers from all over the world. It is crossed by rivers, whose waters descend from the Mountain range of the Andes. With the use of this resource, man, through the irrigation canals, turned this region into a prosperous place and conducive to the development of the vine and the subsequent production of wines of high quality. Currently, it is known all over the world, tourists will be able to enjoy the wine tasting session , visiting the numerous wineries of the region.One of the cities that stand out in Mendoza is San Rafael, which is characterized by its amazing andean landscapes with turbulent rivers. It has become a very important city for his contribution to the argentine wine. In San Rafael are some of the main wineries and Chambona of Mendoza Province.In San Juan and La Rioja there are two of the unique places in the world, with much scientific attractive , the Ischigualasto Provincial Park (San Juan) and Talampaya National Park (La Rioja). Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Talampaya Natural Parks Ischigualasto.Other protected areas in the region are the National Parks of the Leoncito (San Juan), Sierra de las Quijadas (San Luis), and San Guillermo (San Juan).In San Luis is located the city of Merlo, main tourist destination of the province. The particular microclimate of the place is considered one of the best in the world.

Travel through the Center: Land of Hills and Plains

In the Center Region dominates the plain chaco-pampeana. It is characterized by a relief of ways fairly flat. The plain presents higher areas to the West. In general the Pampas region enjoys a temperate climate, which is the most favorable for agricultural development and livestock.The Region is formed by the provinces of Córdoba, Santa Fe and La Pampa.In Córdoba, tourism is, along with industry and services, one of the main economic activities in the province. Among the notable places are: Laguna Mar Chiquita and Bañados del Río Dulce, Cerro Champaqui Hill - the highest peak of the province-, Quebrada del Condorito National Park, a natural reserve and cultural Cerro Colorado, Mount Uritorco, visited by thousands of people from all over the world in search of transcendental experiences, or spiritual- UFO related , Capuchin Church, Camino de las Altas Cumbres, Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and the Manzana Jesuitica, declared World Heritage Site by Unesco.The Province of Santa Fe is known for hosting the city of Rosario, birthplace of the best football player in the world, Lionel Messi. However, having been the birthplace of the player is not the only attraction. The city has the National Monument to the Flag, seated in the National Park to the flag, at the place where the general Manuel Belgrano (Argentinian) hoisted for the first time the flag of Argentina.Other major cities are the city of Santa Fe, Rafaela and Esperanza.The Pampa presents a variety of tourist proposals related to the rural activity. Among them, live experiences conducting rural tasks or taste the typical asado in the numerous stays where it is put into practice all the traditions of the Argentine territory. Spend a day in any of them can become a unique experience because the visitor is immersed in the daily life, chores and above all things in quiet and serene rhythm that print these establishments.

Things to do in Buenos Aires

It is the capital and largest city of Argentina. The focus of the port and the most important industrial area of the country. Approximately one third of the population of Argentina lives in Buenos Aires.The city is located to the east of Argentina nestled in the bay of Rio de La Plata.Buenos Aires is one of the largest cities in the world; a megalopolis with over eleven million inhabitants. It is also the most elegant city and active in South America, and that best summarizes the varied and heterogeneous essence of being Argentinean.With more than 3 million inhabitants, in recent years experienced a significant growth in infrastructure to improve the diversity of gastronomic offer, entertainment, hospitality and tourism.Every corner of Buenos Aires hides fragments of cities around the world and this combination makes it particularly attractive and unique. Visitors are fascinated by its environment, the individuality of each of its neighborhoods, the cordiality of its people, and its wide range of cultural and commercial opportunities.How to get there?:By air:The city and Gran Buenos Aires have three commercial airports, five military officers and two private.The two are the Aeropuerto Internacional Ministro Pistarini, in Ezeiza Partido, 35 kilometers from the city, and Aeroparque Jorge Newbery in the neighborhood of Palermo. In addition, Buenos Aires has the only Low-cost airport of Latin America , which is intended for the operations of the low cost airline Flybondi, it is the Aeropuerto El Palomar Airport , located in Buenos Aires suburbs. The airport also has military purposes.From Ezeiza Airport there are flights to of all South America ,North America ,Europe, Africa, Oceania and Asia. From the Aeroparque Jorge Newbery start mainly domestic flights and to a lesser extent provides international services with destination to Paraguay, Bolivia, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay.Arrive by plane in Buenos Aires is an excellent alternative, as the major airlines offer flights to the capital of Argentina from various cities around the world. The international flights arrive at Aeropuerto Internacional de Ezeiza, while the domestic flights and flights from the Eastern Republic of Uruguay, arrive at Jorge Newbery Airport, located 15 minutes from the city center.The national airline is Aerolineas Argentinas. Other airlines that offer flights to Buenos Aires, from major cities in the world, are: Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, American Airlines, Avianca, British Airways, Canadian Airlines International - Air Canada, Copa Airlines, Iberia, Lan Chile, Pluna, SAA, Spanair, TAM, transbrasil, United Airlines and TACA, among others.Buenos Aires International Airport EzeizaThe International Airport of Buenos Aires Ezeiza Airport is located 35 kilometers from the city center. It is the main airport in the country and has all services. This properly signposted and has comfortable facilities for waiting times, however is not well connected to the center of Buenos Aires by public transport.The Aeroparque Jorge Newbery Airport is located on the coastal road of Buenos Aires, just 15 minutes from the city center. Nuclear-weapon States flights of the interior of the country and Uruguay. Some of their services target the tourist cities of Bariloche, Ushuaia, Salta and Iguazú.By road:The main routes to arrive by car to Buenos Aires are:The Route 3, which links the city with the country's southwest, arriving to Bahia Blanca, Río Gallegos and Ushuaia;The Route 7, which connects Buenos Aires with the Argentinean, making it possible to reach the city from, for example, the tourist city of Mendoza, a city that also has connections to Chile;The Route 9, which allows you to drive to Buenos Aires from the cities of Rosario and Cordoba, and can also connect with other roads that lead to Salta or Puerto Iguazu, this last city possesses border crossings with Brazil and Paraguay.All roads that allow you to drive to Buenos Aires converge on the A001 or the General Paz Avenue, a motorway that surrounds the city. Other major roads allow you to reach the heart of the city, to the Highway Leopoldo Lugones, who joins with the 9 of July Avenue, in the heart of Buenos Aires.By river:CruisesTERMINAL: The passenger terminal "Quinquela Martín", considered to be the best in its type in the whole of South America, is located at the intersection of Avenida Ramon S. Castle and Av. of immigrants, in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. With its 12,786 m2 owns the building structure enough to receive comfortably the flow of 15,000 passengers per day.Cruise LinesCarnivalCelebrity CruisesCostaCrystal CruisesCunardFred. Olsen Cruise LinesHolland American LineMSCNorwegian Cruise LinePolar CruisesRoyal CaribbeanPrincess CruisesSilverseaFerriesBuquebusColonia ExpressFerrylineasSturlaLanguages:Spanish.Currency:Argentine Pesos.Important Dates:The festivals of Buenos Aires highlights are the following:January1 January: celebrated New Year's Day, with its traditional fireworks and family gatherings. It is a nonworking day.Last week: THE NATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THE SEA, in the city of Mar del Plata, Province of Buenos Aires. Takes place in the spa Las Toscas, which organize artistic performances, festivals, and the famous election of the Queen of the Sea.AprilOn Holy Thursday and Good Friday, are the days preceding the Easter Sunday celebration or Resurrection, which is celebrated every year on the same date. Usually occurs during the first days of the month of April. Both the thursday friday are non-working days, which recalls the Last Supper and the Passion of Jesus Christ, respectively. Families often come together to lunch on Easter Sunday.7 to 18 April: BAFICI, a festival perfectly described by its acronym (Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival), a celebration where the filmmakers and fans can enjoy the most innovative and committed films in the world.MayMay 1: commemorates the day of the worker, it is a nonworking day.May 25: in this date is celebrated the creation of the First Patriotic Government of Argentina. This is a national holiday, where the Argentines are reminiscent of the Week of the Revolution of May 1810.During the entire month: Tango Championship of the city, a festival where professionals and amateurs can demonstrate their skills or enjoy the rhythm of this music characteristic of the country. Between the rhythms that are part of the competition are the Tango, Milonga and Vals. For more information about registrations, schedules and scenarios of the Championship, refer to the Official website of the Championship of Tango in the CityJuneJune 20: Is the National Flag Day. Should your date on the death of his creator, Don Manuel Belgrano.JulyJuly 9: It is the day of independence Argentina. It commemorates the independence of the country as a colony of the Kingdom of Spain.AugustAugust 17: commemorates the death of General Don José de San Martín, better known as the Liberator of America.14 to 31 August: World of Tango, an event recognized internationally by the quantity and quality of its participants. To the world of Tango in Buenos Aires come dancers from all over the world, who display their magic on stage to amaze to the thousands of spectators who continue from year to year this festival of Buenos Aires.September21 September: celebrates the beginning of spring, like the day of the students. It is usual to see in the squares and parks to students celebrating their day, organizing picnics and festivals.OctoberOctober 12: This date marks the discovery of the American continent by Europeans, thanks to Christopher Columbus. It is known as the day of the race.15 to 19 October: International Jazz Festival in Buenos Aires, a celebration where the lovers of this classical music will enjoy this particular style at the Recoleta Cultural Center.DecemberDecember 8: It is the day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary. It is a Catholic celebration in which recalls the soul free from original sin of the Virgin Mary.25 December: Christmas is celebrated, with a traditional lunch in family. It is necessary to clarify that in both Christmas and New Year, the main celebrations usually take place on 24 and 31 December respectively, at night, organizing dinner in which the hour 0, fireworks, decorating the sky of our country.

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