A Paris Promenade

A Paris Promenade

Promenade Plantee

View of Le Balcon Planté from the Promenade Plantée

French Property Insider

August 21, 2008
Paris, France


Bonjour French Property Insider Subscriber,

Paris ranks 4th in Forbes’ top 10 investment spots — any wonder — there’s been no downturn in the market while other cities have suffered. Read all about it in today’s issue of FPI.

Both 11th and 12th districts are getting the spotlight this week, thanks to Alexander Lobrano’s recent article in Gourmet Magazine and a recent stroll down the Promenade Plantée. These districts are getting hotter by the moment for both residential as well as rental and are still affordable compared to more centrally located areas of the city. Three successfully rented apartments represented by Parler Paris Apartments (http://www.adrianleeds.com/parlerparis/apartments) are located in these districts: Le Déco, Le Balcon Planté and Le Penthouse Voltaire.

Since April of this past year, France is requiring builders to install fiber optics in all new buildings and old buildings are taking the lead to equip themselves to provide high speed Internet easily and cheaply to a greater public. This will certainly change the current face of the Internet/Satellite TV/VOIP Phone systems market…so let’s stay tuned for what’s in store for us.

If you’re thinking of attending the upcoming Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference October 11-12, we suggest you book now while apartments are still available. Scroll down for more information.

Don’t forget, there are still a few shares remaining of "Le Petit Trésor," a beautiful one-bedroom apartment in Le Marais sold in fractions of 12 by Paris Home Shares. Buy now while the dollar is strong and before the price increases by 3,400 euros on the day of closing sometime next month! Don’t hesitate to learn more. Visit http://adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/fractional for more information or contact Steve Navaro immediately at [email protected]

A bientôt…

Adrian LeedsAdrian Leeds
Editor, French Property Insider
Email: [email protected]

P.S. If you are interested in owning a four-week fraction of a two-bedroom, two-bath absolutely luxurious and spacious apartment IN THE PLACE DES VOSGES with personal storage parking (!)…to be completed and ready for occupancy early spring 2009…at an approximate price of 1,600€ per square meter…and would like to be put on a special mailing list to learn more about how you can be one of the first lucky owners…at a special first-to-buy price (!)…send your contact information by email to [email protected]


Volume VI, Issue 34, August 21, 2008

In this issue:

* Paris Still a Top Investment Spot
* Investing in the World’s Top 10
* Head East for Paris’ Hot Arrondissements
* The City of Light…and Green
* Popular Bastille Area and Le Balcon Planté
* Faster Internet in Paris
* French Property Fractional Offerings
* Next Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference – Paris October 11-12, 2008
* FPI Property Consultation, Search and Relocation Solutions
* Today’s Currency Update from Moneycorp
* Next Parler Paris Après-Midi: September 9, 2008
* Hot Property Picks: Life on the New Left Bank – 11th and 12th
* Leasebacks: Relais Spa Paris Roissy, France, Paris / Ile de France, Roissy en France
* Managing Your FPI Subscription
* Classified Advertising: Parler Paris Apartments — L’Aubergine


SeineWorld’s Top 10 Places for Investment
Foreword By Adrian Leeds

Americans and British who reside in either New York, Washington DC or London and who also own a piece of Paris, will be property investor winners according to Forbes Magazine’s recent article outlining the world’s top 10 place in which to invest.

following article in NuWire Investor is a recap of the Forbes Magazine article. And while it’s true the French housing market has been suffering from effects of the credit crunch, not only did it recover on a national scale, but Paris continued to remain strong throughout the downturn period felt in regional France and demand remains strong.

An investment in Paris continues to be a non-risk investment…so don’t let the rate of exchange prevent you from entering the market as quickly as possible!


Paris buildingsWorld’s Top 10 Places for Investment
Friday, August 15, 2008
By Yemisrach Kifle

A list of the top 10 places in the world for real estate investment was recently published by Forbes magazine. The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) surveyed its 200 members, who own about $700 billion worth of property around the globe, to figure out where they are finding the best investment opportunities.

The list includes some of the most expensive cities in the world. Prime property in London and New York costs slightly more than $15,000 per square meter, according to Global Property Guide. A similar property in Paris, Hong Kong, Tokyo or Singapore costs more than $10,000 per square meter.

Tokyo, London and Hong Kong also make it into the top 10 cities with the highest cost of living, according to a recent study released by Mercer. Others are not too far behind, with Paris coming in at 12th place, Singapore at 13th place and Sydney at 15th place on Mercer’s list. The study uses New York City as the base at a score of 100 and goes on to score 145 cities around the world.

Shanghai and Munich are by far the least expensive cities on Forbes’ list of the top 10 places to invest…

To read the article in its entirety, visit:

Editor’s Note: To read the most current cost of living index as reported by Mercer, visit http://www.mercer.com/costofliving


BastilleThe New Left Bank: 11th and 12th Arrondissement
Alexander Lobrano
For http://www.gourmet.com

Anyone who goes to Paris to eat will tell you that the city has been steadily tilting east, specifically toward the 11th and 12th arrondissements. This is why I find myself staring at an exhibit of the potato-producing countries of the world inside a display case in the Parmentier Métro station. A wonderful expression of the French penchant for public edification, this stop was named in honor of Antoine-Augustin Parmentier, the agronomist who convinced his countrymen that potatoes were indeed edible (they were originally cultivated in France only as animal feed, and it was assumed their tubers were toxic to humans). The honor is appropriate, not only because of the shared subterranean bond between the subway and the elegantly named pomme de terre ("apple of the earth"), but also because the denizens of this venerable working-class district subsisted on a steady diet of potatoes for a long time.

Who knows what Parmentier would have made of the sudden popularity of daikon, wasabi, and all the other exotic root vegetables that have become a mainstay on menus in the 11th and 12th? My guess is he’d be dumbstruck to find that this slice of the city has become its trendiest gourmet destination, especially for those who want to taste what’s new without spending a small fortune.

To read the entire article, visit http://www.gourmet.com/travel/cityguides/paris/11th-and12th-arrondissements


Promenade PlanteeVery Vert-ual Paris
Excerpt from Parler Paris (and edited for inclusion here)
Monday, August 18, 2008

One of the apartments offered by Parler Paris Apartments (http://www.adrianleeds.com/parlerparis/apartments), "Le Balcon Planté" in the 12th arrondissement is located adjacent to the "Promenade Plantée," having a view of it from it’s balcony. Renters arrived Sunday afternoon, a perfect excuse to revisit the elevated walkway after years of disregard.

On route by foot I stopped at one of Paris’ new tourist information kiosks at Place de la Bastille where one can pick up tourism brochures and maps of the city. I got a chuckle overhearing someone ask the adviser, "Where was the Bastille? And the prison that was stormed during the French Revolution?"

Clearly, with Pl

ace de la Bastille all
around them, these were first-timers to the City of Light, so I had second thoughts of suggesting they visit the Promenade Plantée.

It had been years since having climbed the stairs at rue Ledru-Rollin to walk the path almost to the Bois de Vincennes. Since then, the shrubbery had grown to full maturity, the path taking on a lush and inviting atmosphere. Strollers were old and young alike, on foot, on skates and "trotinettes" (scooters).

The path is so lush that the street is hardly visible now, yet there are points along the way where one can peek below. It’s always a pleasure to see the 12 replicas of Michelangelo’s "The Dying Slave" carved into the Police Station of the 12 Arrondissement on Avenue Daumesnil, the sections of path that cut through contemporary apartment blocks and the bridge that spans over the green carpet-like lawn of the Parc de Reuilly.

The shops under the walkway in the "Viaduc des Arts" were closed on a Sunday August afternoon, but no matter. It was a perfect repose on a long weekend in the City of Light…and GREEN.

Maybe we should change Paris’ nickname to "Very ‘Vert’-ual Paris?"


Le Balcon PlanteLe Balcon Planté

Located near Place de la Bastille and the Bastille Opera, Gare de Lyon, the Viaduc des Arts and the Promenade Plantée, 12th Arrondissement

Sunny, Bright and Airy One-Bedroom apartment with Planted Balcony, and Views of the Promenade Plantée and Clock of the Gare de Lyon, Sleeps up to 4

Sunny, bright and newly decorated, there are two main rooms, both opening through French doors to a balcony with plants, a bistro table and chairs; plus a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with tub and shower, and separate toilet. The bedroom has a new, very comfortable queen size bed. The living room has a new modern sofa that converts to a comfortable, extra-long double bed, as well as a dining table and chairs. All rooms open separately to the entry hall; the two main rooms can be separated, or the French doors and curtains between them can be opened to create one large space.

On the 6th (French) floor with elevator, there are windows with a view in every room including a view of rooftops and gorgeous sunrises from the kitchen. From the balcony one can see the Promenade Plantée, the clock of Gare de Lyon, sunsets, and tree-lined streets.

The Area Around Bastille

It is less than a block to the Promenade Plantée, a three-mile long park with walking path and plantings on top of Viaduc des Arts, a former railroad viaduct. Under it are artisans’ studios. The Bastille Opera and Place de la Bastille are less than a ten-minute walk away. The famous Marché de Aligre, the oldest food market in Paris is three blocks away, one of four nearby open-air markets.

The neighborhood is full of cafés and shops. Rue Faubourg Saint Antoine has restaurants, films, and upscale shopping. Take a shortcut through Passage du Chantier to the rue de Charonne and rue de Lappe quartier where many small restaurants are to be found, including Chez Paul and Pause Café, site of the film "Chacun cherche son chat" ("When the Cat’s Away"). The film presents this quartier as typically Parisian, like the people who live there. Bakeries, patisseries, antiques, supermarkets, banks, pharmacies abound in this virtually tourist-free neighborhood.

All Paris sites can be reached quickly and conveniently by nearby Metros. Metro line 1 goes directly to the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Champs Elysées, the Grand Palais. The Marais, in the 4th arrondissement, and the Jardin des Plantes, in the 5th arrondissement, can be reached easily on foot. There is also a bicycle path outside the door of the building, which makes it easy to take advantage of the new Paris bike-sharing program.

For more information and to reserve, visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/parlerparis/apartments/rentals/balcon_plante.html


fibre optics ParisFrance to Require Apartments to Come Wired
Bloomberg News
International Herald Tribune
Published April 24, 2008

PARIS: The French government said Thursday that it planned to require builders to install fiber-optic cables in new apartment buildings to increase the introduction of fast broadband Internet.

As part of a proposal to be voted on by Parliament "before the summer," the government will seek to make fiber-optic cabling a requirement for all construction projects of 25 or more apartments, said Luc Chatel, a government spokesman.

France Télécom, Neuf Cegetel and Iliad have said that they will invest hundreds of millions of euros in the coming years in fiber-optic networks. Chatel said construction of new fiber-to-the-home networks
in France
represented an investment of €10 billion, or $15.8 billion, over a 10-year period…

To read the article in its entirety, visit http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/04/24/technology/fiber.php


Fractional Property Offerings from French Property Fractional

If you are interested in traditional fractional ownership properties currently offered by our Fractional Ownership partners, see below:

Le Petit Tresor Paris: LE PETIT TRESOR
Chez la Tour Paris: CHEZ LA TOUR
Maison Bleue Languedoc-Roussillon: MAISON BLEUE
For more details and pricing information, contact [email protected]


Living and Investing in France ConferenceAdrian Leeds of the Adrian Leeds Group, LLC and John Howell of The International Law Partnership Present the…

Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference
October 11-12, 2008
Chez Jenny, Paris, France

If you’ve always dreamed of spending more time in France, enjoying a "pied-à-terre" of your own in Paris that you can profitably rent when you like, or just make a smart investment in the strong Euro by owning property in France…then this power-packed conference is a MUST. There is no doubt, from the hundreds of others who have attended conferences of this kind and fulfilled their dreams…this weekend in Paris will point you in the right direction to really make it happen!

The Conference

This Living and Investing in France Real Estate Conference produced by Adrian Leeds and John Howell is the 22nd conference of the series, which was the first ever of its kind to be offered both in Paris and the United States.

There is nothing else you can do in less time and as inexpensively to learn all you need to learn to make your dream to live and invest in France come true. Take advantage of this one-day power-packed conference with expert speakers from France, Europe and the U.S…

The Presenters

Co-hosted by Adrian Leeds, Director of the Adrian Leeds Group, LLC, Editor of Parler Paris and French Property Insider, author of the Insider Paris Guide for Good Value Restaurants, Director of French Property Consultation, French Property Loan and Parler Paris Apartments, and co-coordinator of the Parler Parlor French-English Conversation Group!…

Co-hosted by John Howell, partner in John Howell & Co. This is the only firm of English lawyers that does nothing but work involving continental Europe – and Dubai. With clients all over the world, John Howell, has been dealing with international work since 1985 and is well known for providing entertaining and informative aspects of buying property and living overseas.

* Stéphane Denner, Manager ExPatriate & Non Resident Service, Banque Patrimoine et Immobilier
* Jody Cracknell, Business Development Manager, Moneycorp Currency Brokers
* Peter Zipper, President, Caye International Bank, Belize
* John Rule, Mortgage and Rental Manager, Adrian Leeds Group, LLP * Martine di Matteo, Interior Architect, Au Passé Recomposée

Click here to get to know all the conference presenters…

You will discover…

* Why Invest in Property in France?
* How to Minimize Your Tax and Maximize the Benefits!
* How to Find Your Dream Apartment in Paris or Home in the Country!
* How to Buy and Own Property in France!
* How to Obtain a Mortgage in France!
* How to Reduce Your Currency Exchange Risk!
* How to Learn More About the Best Kept Secret in Offshore Banking and Investing!
* How to Renovate and Rent Your French Property for Profit!
* Plus, answer all the rest of your questions during a Q and A panel with the presenters!

You’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and learn all you’ll need to know to make your dream to live in France come true or how to take part in the profits of owning property there.

Click here for the complete full-day schedule… http://www.adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/conference/LIF_Paris_2008/schedule.html

The Conference Location

Historical Chez Jenny
39 boulevard du Temple
Place de la République
75003 Paris

"An authentic Brasserie with a soul, a style and a history."

At the colonial exhibition in 1930, Robert Jenny had a kiosk where he sold produce from his region: salt-pickled cabbage choucroute, sausages and beer. Appreciating Parisian life and noting that the fine Alsatian products attracted the Parisians, this native of Strasbourg sought to set up business in the capital. He found just the right place not far from the place de la République, at number 39 boulevard du Temple, an establishment that had played host to a Russian restaurant, a Belgian restaurant and finally the Victor dance-hall. Inaugurated in 1932, the Chez Jenny brasserie has always been able to recreate the atmosphere of an Alsace ‘winstub.’ The oysters, Presskopf, Cervelas sausages, symbolic sauerkraut and draught beers, combined with a cheerful and refreshing ambience, make Chez Jenny well worth the detour.

Lunch at Chez Jenny!

The Conference includes a three-course lunch with Kir, wine and coffee!

Menu (subject to change):

* Kir Vin Blanc à l’Edelzwicker d’Alsace and Bretzels
* Terrine de Canard aux Pistaches,
* Suprême de Volaille à la Moutarde, Nid d’Alsace aux Légumes or Pavé de Perche Rôti, poêlée de légumes Provençale
* Crème Brûlée Caramélisée à la Cassonade
* Wine or Mineral Water, Coffee

Also Included:

• Coffee Breaks Mid Morning and Mid Afternoon
• Saturday Evening Cocktail Reception
• Reference Materials
• Tote Bag with Free Gifts from Paris

Our Partnerships

Special thanks to France Today and France-Amérique, which will distribute free copies of these illustrious publications to conference attendees, and who has generously provided publicity and advertising support of the conference.

The Magazine of French Travel & Culture

Le Journal Français des Etats Unis

Seminar Conference Fees

Single Person €427
Subscribers of Parler Paris, French Property Insider and Clients of John Howell & Co….Bring your spouse, partner or friend at a special discounted price!
Save €50
You Pay Only €377

Second Person €327
(Add Your Spouse, Partner or Friend)
Subscribers of Parler Paris, French Property Insider and Clients of John Howell & Co….Bring your spouse, partner or friend at a special discounted price!
Save €50
Second Person Pays Only €277

Please Note: Children under the age of 16 are not allowed to attend.

To check current currency rates of exchange, visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/insider/moneycorpconvertor.html


Stay in a luxury apartment by Parler Paris Apartments! Or a hotel nearby!

Click here to see recommended apartments and hotels in the immediate vicinity plus a map of the area.

Travel Arrangements

You are free to make your own travel arrangements, however, we recommend that you contact:

Agora Travel
235 N.E. 4th Ave., Suite 102
Delray Beach, FL 33483 USA;
Phone local (561) 243-6276 or toll-free (800) 926-6575, Fax (561) 278-8765
E mail: [email protected], Web site: http://www.agoratravel.com

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations received on or before September 15, 2008, will receive a full refund, less a $50 processing fee. From September 15 through September 30, 2007, a refund of 50% per person will be given, less a $50 processing fee. After September 30, 2007, the conference fee is non-refundable. Please call, fax, or email our offices immediately to avoid any unnecessary charges if you are unable to attend. If you cancel due to medical reasons that are covered by your purchased travel-insurance policy, we will advise the insurance company that your travel and conference or seminar fees are non-refundable. Any refunds issued by the insurance company will negate any credit due.

Protect Your Investment: We strongly suggest you protect your investment by purchasing trip-cancellation insurance. We are happy to recommend a policy to you. Please visit http://cruiseorairtravel.com/travel_insurance/insurance.htm for more information or contact Maria Maher at Agora Travel, [email protected]

Reservations and information:
If you’d like to know more about the conference or reserve your place, email Schuyler Hoffman, Conference Coordinator, at [email protected]

Paris Office 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Paris Time Phone 1-310-427-7589




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Compare currency values easily and quickly by visiting:

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The prices shown are "inter bank" exchange rates and are not the rates that you will be offered by Moneycorp. Your rate will be determined by the amount of currency that you are buying. Please speak with an Moneycorp dealer or your consultant for a live quotation.


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Come for a drink and to meet and chat with other readers in Paris…

The next gathering is September 9, 2008, and every second Tuesday of the month.

Note: There is no meeting in August.




HOT PROPERTY PICKS: Life on the New Left Bank — 11th and 12th

Each week French Property Insider features a range of properties which we believe are on the market at the time of writing. These properties are featured in order to give readers a sample of what is currently available and a working example of prices being asked in various regions of France and districts of Paris.

As we are not a real estate agency. These properties do not constitute a sales listing. For those readers seriously interested in finding property in Paris or France, you can retain our services to do the whole thing for you. For more information, visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/consultation

Paris apartment***Paris, 12th Arrondissement, 2/3 rooms, approx. 57m²

On the third floor of a beautiful art deco building, on a quiet street and garden. Includes entrance, large living room, one bedroom (possibility for two), separate kitchen, bathroom, toilet, cellar.

Asking Price: 419,999€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee



Paris apartment***Paris, 11th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 63m²

Cirque d’Hiver, in a beautiful stone building, on the first floor facing the street and courtyard. Includes a large living room, large open kitchen, two bedrooms, wood floors, beams — and lots of charm! View it quickly!

Asking Price: 420,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

Paris apartment

Paris apartment***Paris, 11th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 66m²

Exclusive! Near Oberkampf. On the second floor with a large living room extending to an office (possibility for a second bedroom), fully equipped separate kitchen, bedroom on a courtyard, bathroom, wood floors, moldings. Conveniently located just steps from stores.

Asking Price: 470,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee




France, Paris / Ile de France, Roissy en France


Studio 29m² to 30m² €153,000 to €175,000

One Bedroom 49m² to 49m² €237,000 to €237,000


French leasebackFrench leasebackFrench leaseback

Innovative business and tourism residence offering a full well-being and stress-relieving Spa. Residence Relais Spa is all about modernity, efficiency and functionality. Ideally located for business and pleasure in the north-eastern suburbs of Paris only 10 minutes from Air France’s hub and 30 minutes from the capital’s center. This area is considered to be the Northern Paris main business hotspot and an enviable business environment. Its lively streets are sprinkled with small shops and quaint restaurants with inviting green expanses nestled around the site. This area has now become one of the world’s busiest areas, making it a prime choice for many professionals.

Residence Relais Spa Paris Roissy boasts a classic and handsome architecture which is reflected in the highly contemporary design of the building as well as in the choice of the high tech equipment. Apartments will be set within a spa center and feature top of the range fittings in keeping with the modern design aimed at delighting modern executives who expect service with a personal touch, and VIP style. The future tenants will find everything they need in these ready-furnished flats. The reception, cafeteria, breakfast service, laundry, housekeeping and brasserie are a few of the amenities that will make their stay even more memorable. The business center features a dividable room (250 to 300 sq m) and a seminar venue where professionals will be able to enjoy their work in a soothing setting. The center is conceived as a business residence with relaxation and welfare in mind, including a private swimming pool, Jacuzzi, hamman and fitness center.

Investors will benefit from an immediate 19.6% VAT discount as the VAT will be advanced! This residence offers a generous guaranteed rental yield of 5% for a minimum of 9 years. Residence Relais Spa Paris Roissy will be backed by France’s top tourism residence management company who will pay for the repair and maintenance on your property for the duration of the contract. This is an investment scheme that will increase in value and be easily transferable into various other portfolios. Investors will enjoy a 15-20% discount off the public rate within this residence and various others throughout France.



When you make a purchase as important as a piece of real estate in a foreign country, you want to know that you can trust the people you are dealing with. Adrian Leeds has developed a network of professionals that meet only the highest of standards. With the expertise and experience of Adrian and her team, you can depend on getting the best advice and support to feel completely confident that you are making an informed investment decision.

Let us help you secure a mortgage in France at a competitive interest rate. Visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/frenchproperty/loan for more information or contact [email protected]


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2. Click on "Manage Subscription." You’ll find it under the "Subscribers Only" section in the sidebar.

3. Enter your username and password.

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5. Once you’ve made the changes, scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Save Profile."


Of course, we’re always happy to help, so if you do need assistance, send an email to [email protected]


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1 square meter = 10.7639104 square feet

1 hectare = 2.4710538 acres

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Welcome to your home in Paris. Home is how you will feel in a private apartment in Paris that has the "seal of approval" from Parler Paris Apartments and me, Adrian Leeds.

Parler Paris Apartments offers high quality accommodations to make your stay in the City of Light as enjoyable and memorable as possible. We at Parler Paris know each and every apartment owner or manager personally, and stand behind the quality of those we represent. We understand your needs and desires, all the small details that make a rental apartment a warm and welcoming home – and a much better alternative to an impersonal hotel!

Parler Paris Apartments is administered and serviced by the same great team as Parler Paris, French Property Insider and French Property Consultation. You can trust that Parler Paris Apartments and all those with whom it is associated will do their best for your 100% guaranteed satisfaction.

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One-Bedroom, Sleeps up to 4

L’Aubergine sits tucked away
on an historic and quiet Mara
is "cul de sac," making it an oasis of peace and calm. This second floor apartment (two flights) has two large bright windows that face a classic Parisian courtyard. With digicode, intercom entry system and elevator, it has been completely renovated and professionally decorated to the height of luxury, with a soothing "aubergine" (eggplant) and taupe color scheme. Everything in the apartment is new, from the designer linens and towels, to the appliances and electronics.

Reserve now! Visit http://www.adrianleeds.com/parlerparis/apartments/rentals/aubergine.html

To book, email [email protected]



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