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A Travel Guide to Tbilisi, Georgia

by Drew on October 1, 2015 78 comments

I spent 6 days in Tbilisi, Georgia in September, 2015 and really enjoyed my time there (no, this is not the Georgia in America…). In this travel guide, I will tell you about my experiences and give you recommendations for things like culture, food, nightlife and things to do.  

I am predicting that Georgia is going to explode in tourism over the next 3-5 years, so I’ll do my best to keep the content updated for years to come!

General Thoughts

My trip to Georgia was my first visit to the Caucasus Region — the boundary between Europe and Asia made up of Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Eastern Turkey, Southern Russia and Northern Iran.

I had absolutely no expectations going into my trip, and I didn’t do any research. I just went in with an open mind and strong desire to explore a new culture!

Upon arrival at Tbilisi International airport at 3AM, I was picked up and greeted by my Couch Surfing host named Sam from Nigeria. He was kind enough to show me around during my trip and he let me sleep at his place for free!

My first impressions of Tbilisi were: laid back, safe and ancient.  

The city (more like a town) is well-kept and everything is cute from the churches to the streets.  The architecture is an awesome mix of ancient and modern. Many of the streets around the Old Town are narrow and lined with cafes, shisha bars and small restaurants. And Georgian people were generally nice with the exception of taxi drivers.

Everything in Georgia is VERY cheap.  It’s cheaper than any country in Europe and even cheaper than Turkey, where I was traveling from before.  This is a huge plus for budget backpackers like myself, and it enabled me to travel without feeling pressure on my shoulders.

The language in Georgia is unique and it is not similar to any other language in the world.  I thought it looked really cool with a bunch of squiggly lines and curves put together!

See what I mean?

According to the Georgian ancient proverb, Tbilisi is the city that LOVES YOU!  Since ancient times, it has actually been noted that “Every guest is a Godsend,” for hospitality.  And I can see how this is true, because I always had a warm and welcoming feeling into the country, unlike several other countries that I’ve been in the area.

Alright, let’s get into some quick facts:

Quick Facts

  • Language: Georgian
  • Population: 1.5 million
  • Currency: Georgian Lari
  • Tbilisi was founded in the 5th Century
  • Georgia, as a country, gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991
  • The architecture is a mixture of medieval, classical and Soviet structures
  • Georgia is geographically located in between Europe and Asia
  • Georgia is the 3rd country to adopt Christianity in 328 AD, and there are many orthodox churches of similar style
  • Georgia is considered the “birthplace of wine” with some of the best in the world to this day.

Culture and people

Georgian culture and history is quite interesting and it goes back about 1,500 years.


But in order to understand Georgian culture, you must first learn about the history of the land.  So here is a breakdown:  Georgia was an independent Kingdom for about 800 years until it was annexed by Russian in 1801. After a brief bid for independence from 1918–1921, Georgia once again became part of the Socialist Soviet Republic from 1922 to 1936, and then formed the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic until the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991.

So basically, Georgia was ruled by the Russians for the majority of modern history until it became independent in the year I was born, 1991.

During the first 15 years or so after Georgia became an independent country, I was told by my Georgian friends that the country was very dangerous with a lot of corruption and drug trafficking. There was a civil war happening, and it was very common for houses to get broken into and for people to get mugged.

However, Georgia has seen a complete transformation over the last 10 years.  The police became very strict and started giving huge punishments to people for their crimes.  And to this day, the police are still seen everywhere on the streets, and I always felt safe.  I have honestly never seen more police in my life than in Georgia — For every 50 cars I saw, one was a policeman.

Given the history as mentioned above, there is a huge difference between the older and younger generations.  The older people are still not very friendly and they don’t speak English (almost everyone speaks Russian as a second language).  The younger people around my age were very open-minded and most people knew English.  I’m certain that in the next decade, as the younger generation gets older, the country of Georgia will continue to grow in a positive direction.

Generally speaking, I found the girls to be more friendly than the guys.  They were more open and seemed more interesting to get to know me.  The guys (mostly older guys) came off as arrogant and nosey.  I saw some fights happening on the street between unpleasant men.

Be careful about gypsys! They hang around the Old City and the mothers will send their kids begging your leg for money.  One gypsy mother stole a 2 Lari bill out of my hand and I was pissed off!

A final note on religion – about 85% of Georgians practice Christianity and there are dozens of beautiful churches in Tbilisi.   But there’s also a big expat community of all religions who get along with each other — I saw some Synagogues and Mosques literally next to each other.

What To Do?

There are several fun things to do in Tbilisi and the surrounding areas of Georgia.  Here are my top 6 recommendations:

1. Wine – Georgia is famous for its rich winemaking heritage. The major wine region of Georgia (Kakheti) is located 1 hour and 30 minutes away from Tbilisi on the Eastern side of the country. I didn’t have the chance to visit there, but I tried the wine and it’s damn tasty!

2. Churches – Tbilisi is home to some famous Christian Orthodox Churches that have been in use for several hundreds of years.  The architectural styles across the churches are very similar, but they are absolutely worth seeing.

3. Old City – The Old city in Tbilisi is stunning.  My advice is to walk around with neither a map nor a destination in mind… Just get lost around the curvy roads and enjoy looking at the old architecture — that’s the best way to explore around!

4.Mountains – Georgia’s home to the highest mountains in the Causcaus region called the Svaneti mountains in the North Western part of the country.  Surrounded by 3,000–5,000 meter peaks, the natural landscape here is some of the prettiest on earth. The Svans are the indigenous people who live there and are an ethic sub group of Georgian people.  In the summer, you can go hiking there or in the wintertime, you can go skiing!

5. Baths – Similar to a Turkish bath (Hamam), Georgians like to go to public places to relax and get scrubbed down clean.  The baths in Tbilisi are all over the old town area, and some are as cheap as $5!  If you have a few hours to spare – then head over to a bath for a unique cultural experience.

6. Beaches – The Western boundary of Georgia lies along the Black Sea.  A city called Batumi is the most famous seaside destination.  The beaches are not the most beautiful in the world (they have stone instead of sand) — but how many other countries can you go skiing in the morning and lay on the beach in the afternoon?

The Food

OMGGGG – Gerogian food was the most unexpectedly the most amazing part about my experience in the country. It’s cheap, filling and delicious.

The most common Georgian dish is called Khinkali and I literally ate it every single day. (If you followed my Snapchat, then you know exactly what I’m talking about.)

Basically, Khinkali is made up of thick dumplings with minced beef and tasty soup inside. It’s like drinking soup and eating beef at the same time! They are served steaming hot and when you bite them open, some of the soup will come out and splatter on the plate.

I could eat these everyday and trust me, you want them. It’s only a few dollars for 10 dumplings!

Another great Georgian specialty to try is called Khachapuri — it is a substitute to pizza.  The bread is leavened and allowed to rise and then shaped in various ways, and the filling is oozing with cheese and sometimes egg. 

There are also some fresh soups containing beef, rice, cherry plum puree, and served chopped with coriander. Sometimes the meat could be lamb, pork, or chicken and the soup will be spiced differently depending on the region of Georgia from which it is prepared. A must try!

The Nightlife

I was in Tbilisi on a weekend, so I had the chance to experience the nightlife which caught me by surprise!

Most of the scene is outdoor hipster bars, lounges and there are some clubs that are worthy to visit. The people that party are young, edgy and attractive.

The main area for tousists to hand out and more expensive bars is called Chardeni Street and Erekle II street in the Old Town, along the bank of the river.  But my favorite place to go out was in a district called Perovskaya, near the McDonald’s in Rustaveli.  These bars were trendy with good music and a lively, artsy crowd.

I found about half the locals to be conversational in English, so it was really hit or miss to make some friends.

In Rustaveli, I went to a big outdoor hang out spot called Canudos Ethnic Bar with great electronic music and chill vibes.  The drinks were so cheap (a beer was less than $2 and a rum and coke was $1). Head around this area to start the night!

I also went to a few clubs, but my favorite was called Gallery. It’s a cafe by day and by night it transforms into a dark warehouse that plays deep house music and serves really strong drinks. Everyone in this place seemed to be pretty drunk, dancing and having a great time.

Final Words

I truly had a great time in Georgia and I recommend you to visit there.  And try to go soon, before the country explodes in tourism in the next 3-5 years!

Please comment below with any questions you have, and thanks for reading 🙂

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  • Emily - January 1, 2017 reply

    I will be spending three weeks in Georgia on a school trip. I’ve tried to figure out how much money I need to bring, but google has been largely unhelpful. Housing is taken care of, but everything else is out-of-pocket. How much do you think I’ll need for three weeks?

  • Jazy - November 7, 2016 reply

    Hiya Drew.. one simple question would be great help if you can tell me which place is the best in Tbilisi for staying 3nights where i can have fun and see major attractions easily… i am trying to search around on the internet but kinda difficult..

    srinu - November 11, 2016 reply

    i am also planning in mid Nov

    deepa - November 14, 2016 reply

    Just wanted to inform , if its your first time in Georgia, you might want to consider a guided tour with a local at a budget cost, then do consider . I have taken a tour with this company and it was my first time there..I must say it did really blew my mind! 🙂 it was affordable and we covered all the “must- do” places in Georgia. I would definitely recommend this company to first timers who want to take a guided tour. The tour guide Saya, is the most humble lady I have ever met. You can also check out their facebook page.
    All the best and have a safe travel people 🙂 Keep traveling!

  • geetika - October 12, 2016 reply

    Very informative Drew…and nicely written! I’m planning to go mid november. I wonder though, if ill miss out on the mountains due to the snow. Any idea?

    Also, are 7 days too many to plan? i want to soak in the local culture and color of the place as opposed to running like a jack rabbit from one place to another. I want an easy un-rushed trip without a tour operator chasing me every few hours. Being a solo woman traveller, do you think its easy to travel unplanned?


    Ramesh Balasubramaniam - October 27, 2016 reply

    I came from Bangalore for about 10 days and it’s been a really pleasant place so far. Mind you, Georgia is no Europe, so there’s a bit of poverty here as well, but I felt very very welcomed. The older generation are more Russia oriented and know Raj Kapoor (and make it a point to mention him every time, if they find out you are Indian). To answer your question, it is a very safe place for solo women travellers and you can come here and plan as you go or choose to just stay put and meet and learn, which is what I am doing.

    deepa - November 14, 2016 reply

    Just wanted to inform if its your first time in Georgia, you might want to consider a guided tour with a local at a budget cost, then do consider . I have taken a tour with this company and it was my first time there..I must say it did really blew my mind! 🙂 it was affordable and we covered all the “must- do” places in Georgia. I would definitely recommend this company to first timers who want to take a guided tour. The tour guide Saya, is the most humble lady I have ever met. You can also check out their facebook page. If you are a solo traveler, its not an issue. Its a private tour and very safe.
    All the best and have a safe travel people 🙂 Keep traveling!

  • Jacob - October 10, 2016 reply

    Planning to travel to Georgia in Nov for 4 Days with a group. Looking for a guide with a 16-20 seater bus.

  • Serjozha - October 3, 2016 reply

    It is very nice and informative article. It describes many things about Tbilisi and Georgia. I think the best thing of the Georgians are their dance. If you come to Georgia definitely i advise Caucaisan dance shows. On the other hand the subway of Georgia is very old. You should see the beauty of metro stations and their deepness.
    I live in Tbilisi for 4 years. I can speak some local languages like (Georgian, Russian, Azerbaijanian and Turkish)
    If you visit Tbilisi at weekend, I can serve you as a city guide with my car.

  • Lucky - September 2, 2016 reply

    Very interesting article! You had quite an insightful adventure and really appreciate the research you did behind it. Also you have exposed some of the most basic and intriguing facts about the city in your blog. would definitely recommend your blog on our website

  • Clara - August 14, 2016 reply

    Amazing article! It has actually been a big inspiration to make my own blog on Georgia 🙂 We need to spread the word about this awesome country!

  • Aqsa - August 12, 2016 reply

    Hey I need to know what type of weather is it in Sept, I will be travelling from 1 – 6 of sep and going from dubai – Uae which is very hot place , so what you suggest should we talk warm clothes as we are not use to cold weather.

    Raheel Khalid - August 29, 2016 reply

    going around the same time from dubai

  • Free Travel - August 1, 2016 reply

    (7 DAY /6 NIGHTS)
    Day 1: Arrive in Tbilisi. Transfer to the hotel. City introductory tour. Dinner in the hotel.
    Day 2: Breakfast. Drive to Kakheti – Sighnaghi (city of love). We will visit old castle from where we will see the spectacular view of the Alazani Field. Visit Bodbe Monastery. Drive to Telavi, Accommodation in the hotel, Delicious dinner in National Kakhetian Restaurant.
    Day 3: Breakfast. See the sights of Telavi, visit Alaverdi monastery (included in UNESCO‘s World Heritage Site list). Drive to Tbilisi, Accommodation in the hotel, free time. Dinner in the hotel.
    Day 4: Breakfast. Drive to Javakheti Region, see the complex of Vardzia and drive to AkhaltsikHe. Visit Rabati Castle. Have a lunch and accommodation in the hotel, free time. Dinner in the Restaurant.
    Day 5: Breakfast. Drive to Borjomi, see Borjomi park and taste Borjomi mineral water. Visit Likani Resort and Palace of Romanov family. Have a lunch. Drive to Tbilisi, Accommodation in the hotel and Dinner.
    Day 6: Breakfast. Tbilisi city tour. Visit Holy trinity Monastery, after that go on Rike Park from where we will go up to Narikala by cabel car, walk in the old town, Abanotubani (sulphur baths). Dinner in the hotel.
    Day 7: Breakfast in the hotel and transfer to the airport.
    Tour includes:
    ● Overnight in the hotel (breakfast, dinner) and lunch during the route
    ● Guide service in every tour (Russian Speaking / English Speaking)
    ● Excursions and Entrance tickets
    ● Food

    Tour does not include:
    ●Medical Insurance
    ●Additional excursions

  • Vikram Singh - July 28, 2016 reply

    it was very nice & informative article,I am planning to visit Tbilisi from 19th to 26th August with family with 7 yr old son .Can any one recommend the best places to visit during our 6 days trip? We are not very fond of beaches ,would love to natural scenery,country side & city attractions within 200km of Tibilisi city.

    Free Travel - August 1, 2016 reply

    can you send me your E-mail and send detail information

    Free Travel - August 1, 2016 reply

    +995 599 07 86 05

    Jashim uddin - August 23, 2016

    I will be travelling from uae on 25th of august until 1st.. I would like to know about the places I can visit in Georgia.. And the things i can do .. I would also like to know about the night life there !! Thankyouu!

    Jashim uddin - August 23, 2016

    I will be travelling from uae on 25th of august until 1st.. I would like to know about the places I can visit in Georgia.. And the things i can do .. I would also like to know about the night life there including how expensive it is as well .. Like an approx !! Thankyouu!

    Roberto Maiwat - August 12, 2016 reply

    Hi, i want to go to TBilisi Georgia this August 22-28, 2016. Please i want to know if there’s available tour package, i will travel alone.

  • Jheibi - July 23, 2016 reply

    Hi drew! Its a great article of yours! Just wanna ask do you have any suggestion of which hotel should we stay in georgia? 🙂 Hope you’ll be able to reply. Goodluck on your travels! 🙂

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  • GiGi - July 12, 2016 reply

    Drew, I think and am pretty sure Georgia should be in the section of Europe, not Asia : ) don’t know if you noticed, but mentioning them as Asia usually upsets Georgian people : )

  • Pedro @travelwithpedro - July 6, 2016 reply

    Hi Drew, great post! I love Georgia and I find Tbilisi one of the cutest cities I’ve been to. Compact and full of character. Oh, and I could live forever on khinkali and khachapuri… 🙂

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  • Umair - June 19, 2016 reply

    Loved the article,
    Thanks for the info. I am travelling to Georgia on 7th of July 2016 from Dubai.
    Pretty excited 🙂

  • Mert İnan - June 14, 2016 reply

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  • Crisel - June 6, 2016 reply

    Hi! I enjoyed reading your article and I made up my mind to go to Georgia this August. But do you think it will be safe for solo female travelers? I intend to travel alone for 3-4 weeks. And would it be easy to use public transportation like the locals to go around?
    Any advise would be of much help. Thanks a lot!

    Himanshu - June 9, 2016 reply

    Hi Crisel….i m also travelling to Georgia from Dubai in last week of august…. I am looking for a travel buddy ….. Lets meet there

    clara - June 12, 2016 reply

    I travelled to Georgia last year and found it very safe, even when I was alone (16 yr old girl). I took buses all across the country and with a little help from friends and locals it all worked just fine. You will always be helped in Georgia and many people speak basic English. Have fun and enjoy your trip!

    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply

    Thank you for your input, Clara! I loved Georgia and I hope to go back soon 🙂

    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply

    Hey Crisel, great decision! It’s VERY safe there, so don’t worry! Just use common sense like you would anywhere else 🙂

    GiGi - July 12, 2016 reply

    Crisel… Objectively and even based on the researches, it’s one of the safest countries in Europe : ) So don’t worry about it ; )

  • Ashwin Menon - May 29, 2016 reply

    Hey Drew,

    Am traveling first week of June and off course am looking for good night life thing. Am basically a party animal types and would like to visit new and happening places.Can you please suggest me few places like must visit types. And yeah have fun for your future travels.


    GiGi - July 12, 2016 reply

    Saw your post too late, but for other “party animals”, depends on music taste. If you like electronic go to Bassiani or Memorphoze; for live rock or indie-pop type – Perovskaya street (Nali, Old London, Dublin); for hip-hop or R&B or Karaoke – Chardin street and others (El Centro, One Side, Unique, Rooftop Terrace, VIP Time, Keep Calm Tbilisi).

  • Christopher - May 29, 2016 reply

    Hey !
    I’m actually in Tbilisi and I did what you recommend to go out : Canudos and Gallery. As you said, great music and underground style 🙂 But in Gallery most of people were gay, so not so easy to close girls !!
    Do you remember a good nightclub, more “VIP” where there will have hot girls ? (I don’t talk about strip club of course 😉

    Ashwin Menon - May 29, 2016 reply

    How is the party scenes happening there???? Can you please suggest me few good places. Am visiting next week.


    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply

    I recommended some places in this blog post!

    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply

    They were gay? really? I didn’t experience that.. maybe it was a gay night?

  • Serge - May 27, 2016 reply

    Wonderful article! Those who are planning to visit Georgia, please find our Travel Agency website:
    See you soon in Georgia!

    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply


  • Jomar - May 24, 2016 reply

    Thanks for your article. Now I have an idea on what to expect in Georgia. Hopefully i plans push through, I will be there June 7-11. Thanks Drew. Now you have a fan here.

    Drew - May 25, 2016 reply

    Have fun, Jomar!

    Maricel - June 11, 2016 reply

    Let me know how did the trip go as I am going on the 26th-29th.

  • Natalee - May 19, 2016 reply

    Hi Drew,

    Loved your insights on Tbilisi! I’m going to visit in a few weeks and wondering if you have the contact info of anyone who still lives there, perhaps your Couch Surfing Host? I would love to chat with them to get a sense of the place in the most authentic way possible.

    Drew - May 20, 2016 reply

    Thank you! I do not have any contacts 🙁 But you can check couch and find so many people! Have fun

    Himanshu - June 9, 2016 reply

    i m also travelling to Georgia from Dubai in last week of august…. I am looking for a travel buddy ….. Lets meet there….email me your plans

    Drew - June 14, 2016 reply

    Love to see people making connections from my article!

  • Carolyn - May 14, 2016 reply

    Traveling to Georgia for 2 months this summer after visiting briefly for a week last summer! I’m super excited to go and use the nightlife tips since I didn’t get to go last summer

    Drew - May 20, 2016 reply

    So awesome! I hope you have a great time!

  • Jade - April 19, 2016 reply

    I’m excited!!! My husband and I will be travelling to Georgia this June, and this will be our first travel for leisure. Thank you for sharing your experience and for the suggestions! God Bless!

  • Dinakar - April 7, 2016 reply

    Hi Drew, Hope you doing great. we are three will travel to Tbilisi Georgia by next beginning of the month for just 4 days. It would be greatly appreciated if you recommend about tour guides if any one knew by you and the best hotel which situated in a nice place as per your great experience over there.
    I believe that your reply would be very much useful for us.

    Drew - April 15, 2016 reply

    Hello Dinakar — I do not know of any tour guides, I am sorry! I hope you have a fun trip 🙂

  • Kuntal - April 5, 2016 reply

    Hello Drew,

    Thank you for an interesting post. Did you combine with any other country or did everything on your own. If possible can you send me your 6 day Itinerary. There are a lot of day trips around Tbliski which I am planning to explore, did you have an oppurtunity to see those.

    Thanks again!


    Drew - April 15, 2016 reply

    Hello Kuntal, In Georgia, I only stayed in Tbilisi but there are manny good areas to explore around the country! I also went to Armenia on a shared taxi

    Isa - April 18, 2016 reply

    Hello Drew,

    Isa - April 18, 2016 reply

    Just wondering how did you manage the shared taxi. What time it departs Tbilisi and if it’s true that it takes 5-5.5hrs to reach. How much did you pay for that? Thanks!

  • Dinakar - April 4, 2016 reply

    Hey Drew,

    hope your article would be very much helpful for my trip to Georgia by next month. Good luck to you.

    Drew - April 15, 2016 reply


  • Alan Sedgwick - April 4, 2016 reply

    Georgia and Armenia belong in your Europe section, not Asia. But I am going to the 3 Caucasian countries this year and found this interesting 🙂 your Armenia one perhaps not so much 😛 but it sounds like an interesting experience nonetheless. And Georgian food is definitely good!

    Drew - April 15, 2016 reply


  • Thomas - March 7, 2016 reply

    Drew i’m going for 5 days either to Istanbul or Tbilisi. From a nightlife point of view which is better?

    Drew - March 10, 2016 reply

    Definitely Istanbul!

    Brit - November 22, 2016 reply

    Yeah, only if you don’t get yourself killed in one of the terrorist incidents.

  • Judy Marie - February 10, 2016 reply

    Hi Drew,

    I was reading your blog and got a lot of good info about Georgia. Me and my friend will visit Georgia 2nd week of April for 4 days. Everything is booked, flight and hotel. Can you tell me how it will cost per day for tour and food? Your great help is much appreciated.


    Drew - February 12, 2016 reply

    Sounds fun! I spent about $50 per day including food and accomodations. Have fun!

  • Aj - February 8, 2016 reply

    Hi Drew, Did you pay any visa on your arrival?

  • Meg - January 22, 2016 reply

    An extremely insightful and informative blog! While you seem to have covered every possible aspect about this stunning country, maybe you could have also written a bit on the attractions and landmarks one can admire in Georgia – Uplistsikhe Cave Complex, Batumi Coast, Narikala Fortress, Trinity Church, the town of Mtskheta, and so on. Nonetheless, you’ve described Georgia brilliantly, and good luck with your travels!

  • Carlota - January 20, 2016 reply

    Thank you for the insightful article, will keep this in mind.

    Drew - January 22, 2016 reply

    My pleasure — enjoy 🙂

  • Savs - January 6, 2016 reply

    Hey Drew 🙂
    It was very nice to come across ur article,highly informational
    And on a short note, bro you make me jealous as u r doing something very awesome which I have been wanting to do but locked by my situations…travelling to Georgia next month…best wishes for your future travels…cheers mate :)))

    Drew - January 11, 2016 reply

    Thanks a lot! Enjoy!

  • Shanna - January 3, 2016 reply

    Hi! im planning on traveling to Tbilisi end of this month, it’llbe my first “budget travel” alone. Can you share how much it cost you? Average for that 5 days, including accomodation? TIA 🙂 Happy newyear!

    Drew - January 5, 2016 reply

    I would say $50USD per day including accomodations. Have fun!

  • Dateesh - November 30, 2015 reply


    great article for sure! It really describes Georgia as a travel destination perfectly. Just two things, I think you wanted to write that beaches in Georgia are NOT the most beautiful in the world. The name of a hangout you forgot is Canudos Ethnic Bar =) Lots of luck on your travels I wish u!

    Drew - December 9, 2015 reply

    Thanks for the notes!!

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