All 17 Game of Thrones Filming Locations in Dubrovnik + Map

by Sam

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Come for Game of Thrones? Like many across the globe, you tuned in on a Sunday night or on catch-up to watch pure box office TV, enjoying the spectacle of all the twists and turns Westeros had to offer.

And from your watch, you wondered, where was King’s Landing filmed?

Since season 2 premiered in 2012, Dubrovnik was the feature filming location for the iconic capital of The Seven Kingdoms. 

From its first showing of the city on the big screen, record numbers have hit its streets every year to find all the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik, but where exactly are they?

This guide will take you through all the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik, showing where they are and the scenes filmed there.

Map of Game of Thrones Locations in Dubrovnik

Here is a map of all the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik, which will help you navigate the city and its surroundings during your self-guided tour.

All Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik

1. Fort Lovrijenac 

Fort Lovrijenac is a 37m high cliff-top fortress located just outside the Old Town. Its tall vantage point was beneficial for spotting invaders coming from the Adriatic Sea and acted alongside the City Walls as Dubrovnik’s defence.

While the fortress is now used for the city’s summer theatre festival, its connection with performing arts dates back to its role as the filming location for the Red Keep in Game of Thrones.

The fortress was used for some very important scenes in the early years of Game of Thrones, for one episode in particular, Season 2 Episode 1, ‘The North Remembers’.

It served as the filming location for Joffrey’s name day, particularly for battles between the knights.

One notable battle was filmed here on the outer walls, where The Mountain defeats his opponent during the opening scene of Season 2. 

Visitors explore Fort Lovrijenac, a historic fortress with stone walls overlooking the Adriatic Sea in Dubrovnik, known for being a filming location for 'Game of Thrones'. People are seen standing on the fort's upper ramparts and in the shaded archways, enjoying the scenic ocean view and architecture."
The mountain throws his opponent over the walls to the courtyard as a signal of victory. 

In the same episode, we saw an iconic scene filmed in this spot between Cersei and Littlefinger, filmed in the courtyard below.

As we all know, Littlefinger was stupid enough to try power-playing Cersei with the line “Knowledge is power. ”

This saw Cersei pull the UNO card on Littlefinger, put him through his paces, and eventually fire back with her iconic line, “Power is power.” 

Inside Fort Lovrijenac in Dubrovnik, a sunlit courtyard showcases the robust stone architecture with arched passageways. A few visitors can be glimpsed in the distance on the fort's upper level, absorbing the ambiance of this 'Game of Thrones' filming site.

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed here:

  • Game of Thrones Season 3 Episode 1 ‘Valar Dohaeris’: After Bronn gets knighted from the Battle of Blackwater Bay, Bronn states to Tyrion that although he sees him as a friend, he should now pay double for his services as a sellsword.

2. The City Walls

The City Walls are one of the city’s most remarkable features and a key Game of Thrones filming location in Dubrovnik.

If you only have a day in Dubrovnik, prioritise visiting this monument!

First constructed in the 7th century and continuously undergoing development centuries later, the formidable structure has since inspired and influenced artists, architects, and filmmakers alike for its medieval ambience.

It’s no surprise HBO thought it would be fitting for Game of Thrones to serve as a filming location for the Walls of Kings Landing. 

While you picture the walls as a standalone shot, much of it was topped off with CGI to best fit the vision for George RR Martin’s world.

However, that being said, the City Walls still heavily inspired the final outlook and gave the showrunners their much-needed prototype. 

A picturesque view of Dubrovnik's Old Town from the city walls, showcasing terracotta rooftops, the Adriatic Sea, and the historic city walls under a partly cloudy sky. A cruise ship and smaller boats can be seen near the harbour.
Walking along the City Walls.

The City Walls are featured in countless scenes throughout the series, from filler scenes with soldiers roaming the wall to iconic storyline starters that set the foundations for the story to progress.

One popular filming location is along the western walls, on this green patch to the right.

A panoramic view of a historic walled city on a sunny day. The image showcases aged stone walls and round defensive towers, surrounded by lush greenery and rows of orange-roofed houses, with a backdrop of a hilly landscape

This location was featured in Season 4 Episode 7, ‘Mockingbird’, when the mountain is seen killing prisoners with a giant sword while Cersei oversees.

She then makes her way over to greet him, thanking him for accepting to become her champion in the Trial By Combat between Tyrion.

It is also featured in Season 5 Episode 4, ‘Sons of the Harpy,’ when Loras Tyrell is arrested by the Faith Militant led by Lancel Lannister. 

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed along the City Walls: 

  • Season 5 Episode 3, ‘High Sparrow’: Tommen suggests to Cersei that she should return to Casterly Rock, believing it would reignite her happiness, as she previously spoke so fondly about how she loved it there. 

This Game of Thrones tour includes entry to both City Walls and Fort Lovrijenac.

3. Fort Bokar

Located along the City Walls, Fort Bokar was built as a defensive structure to help protect the country from invaders. Its high build allowed guards to spot invaders coming across the Adriatic Sea.

For Game of Thrones, the fort was used to film an iconic scene in Season 2 Episode 8, ‘The Prince of Winterfell’.

Here is where Tyrion and Varys discuss defence strategies and arrive at the conversation regarding Stannis and the Houses of Westeros God’s treatment of their enemies. 

This then cues up Tyrion’s famous line, ‘Where is the God of….’ I’ll let you finish this one. I’m trying to keep it as PG as possible. Which, by Game of Thrones standards, is impossible.

View of Fort Bokar in Dubrovnik, perched on a rugged cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The fortress is surrounded by clear blue waters and jagged rocks, with a backdrop of the historic city featuring terracotta-roofed buildings and lush greenery.
Note: Fort Bokar is the platform to the right

4. Pile Harbour

Pile Harbour is located on the western side of the Old Town, just outside Pile Gate. While it is a notorious hotspot for kayaking enthusiasts, it was also used as a key location for filming Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik.

And, of course, while they were filming, this completely put a stop to the kayaking tours for the time being!

Being a pivotal location of the capital’s harbour in Game of Thrones, many of the scenes filmed in this location were of characters departing or arriving in Kings Landing by ship.

Here, they filmed the scene in Season 2 Episode 6, ‘The Old Gods And The New’ when Princess Myrcella leaves King’s Landing for Dorne, seen off by Joffrey, Cersei, Prince Tommen, Tyrion and Sansa. 

Kayakers enjoying the clear waters near the base of Dubrovnik's Pile Harbour, with the city's fortress walls towering overhead under a clear blue sky.

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed in this location: 

  • Season 6 Episode 1, ‘The Red Woman,’ – Cersei is seen standing at the harbour overlooking the sea and the ship in the far distance, awaiting Myrcella’s return from Dorne. Unfortunately for Myrcella, she received the kiss of death! 
  • *Deleted scene* Season 3 – Maester Pycelle and Tywin have a conversation down by the bay while Tywin is fishing. 

    The shocking part of the scene is when Pycelle reveals that his frail persona is all just an act. 

5. Dubrovnik West Harbour and Pier

The Dubrovnik West Harbour and Pier used to be one of the most important entrances into Dubrovnik. In its current form, it is often left untouched with plenty of picturesque views from its position, looking out into the Adriatic Sea.

In Game of Thrones, this Dubrovnik location doubled down as Blackwater Bay, where many characters come to either depart the capital of King’s Landing or discuss plans for their escape.

Game of Thrones scenes filmed in this location:

  • Season 2 Episode 1 ‘The North Remembers’: The Gold Cloaks of King’s Landing are seen here hunting for Robert Baratheon’s bastard children on Joffrey’s orders.
Rustic stone structures built into a rocky cliffside beside the sea at Dubrovnik's West Harbour. Stone stairs lead up to a small door and seating area where a couple sits enjoying the view, with clear blue waters below
Note: You can find this by the pier and next to Fort Lovrijenac

The pier

  • Season 3 Episode 1 ‘Valar Dohaeris’: Littlefinger discusses a plan with Sansa to help her escape King’s Landing, with Shae watching in from behind.
  • Season 8 Episode 6 ‘The Iron Throne’: The final scene between the Starks and Jon was filmed here! Jon says goodbye to Sansa, Arya and Bran before departing back to Castle Black. 
Tourists on a Game of Thrones-themed tour walking along a narrow stone jetty at Dubrovnik's West Pier. The setting includes blue waters, moored boats including a red kayak, and rugged cliffs with a historic fortress, reminiscent of scenes from the television series.
There was actually a Game of Thrones tour happening at the time I took this photo.

6. Gradac Park 

Gradac Park is the city’s recreational park located just a short walk away from the Old Town and was a key Game of Thrones filming location in Dubrovnik.

It was used as the filming location for the Purple Wedding when Joffrey was poisoned to death – by far one of the fan’s favourite scene in the show.

Various scenes are filmed inside the park, including the build-up to the wedding, with guests making their way towards the ceremony and also for the big scene where Joffrey comes to his fatal death.

Tranquil pathway through Gradac Park in Dubrovnik, lined with tall, shady pine trees and a large circular pond reflecting the vibrant greenery.
This walkway was used to film characters entering the wedding ceremony.

Little trivia: A set was built right by the area of the pond, where all the Lords and Ladies sat during the sequence where Joffrey was poisoned.

7. Pile Gate

Pile Gate is one of the main entrances to the Old Town and was used at night to prevent unwanted guests from entering its vicinity.

This location is used for the scene in Season 2 Episode 6, ‘The Old Gods and the New, ’ when King Joffrey makes his way to the Red Keep after the scene where Myrcella sails off to Dorne. 

Stone archway entrance at Pile Gate, leading into the old town of Dubrovnik. The view captures the historical texture of the weathered stone walls, a stone staircase, and balustrades, under the warm sunlight, with tourists visible in the distance exploring the site.

As the locals are frantic from starvation because of the tribulations of war, mobs turn their aggression towards Joffrey and his guards, throwing cow dung at Joffrey and causing a huge riot to break out. 

Joffrey then orders the person who threw it to show himself and then shouts, “Kill them all, Kill them all.”

It was a massive overreaction, but I’m sure cow dung being thrown on you would ruin your week…at least.

Empty courtyard at Pile Gate, Dubrovnik, captured in the soft light of early morning. The image features ancient stone walls and archways, a set of steps leading to a wooden door, and elegant balustrades.
This pathway is where Joffrey and his guards walk when he gets cow-dunged!

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed here:

  • Season 3 Episode 10, ‘Mhysa’: Jamie finally returns to King’s Landing after being captured by Robb Stark in Season 1, accompanied by Qyburn and Brienne of Tarth. This is filmed at the inside entrance area of the Pile Gate.

8. Minceta Tower

Minceta Tower is the highest point of the city walls and was used for the city’s defence as a strategy to spot invaders from afar.

The tower was the filming location for the exterior of the House of the Undying during Season 2, “Valar Morghulis,” when Daenerys goes on a mission to rescue her dragons from Pyat Pree.

As you walk around the exterior, you’ll put yourself straight in Ser Jorah Mormont’s shoes, hopelessly searching for Daenerys after she mysteriously disappears inside the House of the Undying. 

9. Jesuit Stairs

“Shame,” “Shame,” “Shame.” Yes, I think you know where I’m going with this.

Jesuit Stairs was the filming location in Season 5 Episode 10, “Mother’s Mercy”, where Cersei begins her Walk of Shame.

During the sequence, Cersei makes her way down from the Great Sept of Baelor (Jesuit Staircase) and continues through the streets of Kings Landing, screamed at and abused by watchers as she does her Walk of Atonement. 

The iconic Jesuit Staircase in Dubrovnik, known as a filming location for the "Game of Thrones" series, leading up to a stately building with Baroque architecture under a partly cloudy sky. Stone buildings with wooden shutters flank the staircase, adding to the historical charm of this popular tourist spot.

To film the opening scene by Jesuit Stairs, every cafe and restaurant along the street towards Gundulic Square was shut down to allow camera crews and extras to set up and film.

For the main shot from the top, only a small handful of extras filled up the first part of the street next to Jesuit Stairs. The rest of the crowd was generated through CGI.

View from the top of the iconic Jesuit Stairs in Dubrovnik, often recognized as a filming location for the 'Game of Thrones' series, leading down to a historic street lined with stone buildings and outdoor cafe seating

Little trivia: A church in the Old Town, previously planned to be a key filming location for the Walk of Shame, attempted to block HBO from filming it in the Old Town due to the nudity of the scene.

As a word of warning, this is by far the busiest Game of Thrones location in Dubrovnik. The Jesuit Stairs are covered from top to toe by visitors and tour guides all day.

You’ll even see tour guides imitate a budget version of the Walk of Shame by ringing a fake bell on a mobile app as tourist make their way down the stairs. 

If you want a clear photo or video, I recommend visiting early in the morning before 7:30 am.

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed here:

  • Season 5 Episode 1 ‘The Wars to Come’: Cersei and the people of King’s Landing are waiting on the stairs before they head up to the Great Sept of Baelor for Tywin Lannister’s funeral.
  • Season 5 Episode 4 ‘The Sons of the Harpy’: Tommen tries to head to the Great Sept of Bealor to speak to the High Sparrow, but The Faith Militant stops him in his tracks.

10. St Dominic Street 

St Dominic is a charming cobblestone street located right near Ploce Gate, which serves as the pathway towards the Stradun and the main part of the Old Town.

It was featured in Game of Thrones ever so faintly in scenes where you only get snippets of the street.

In Season 2 Episode 1, ‘The North Remembers,’ one of the Gold Cloaks is seen carrying one of Robert Baratheon’s bastards during their massacre on Joffrey’s orders.

Also, in Season 5 Episode 10, ‘Mother’s Mercy,‘ it was used as a filming location for some shots of Cersei’s Walk of Shame.

A bustling scene on St. Dominic Street in Dubrovnik with tourists walking along a cobblestone pathway, flanked by ancient stone buildings

11. Dominican Monastery (Outside)

The Dominican Monastery is one of Dubrovnik’s most famous religious buildings. Its filming location was just outside on the steps, along St Dominic Street, where they filmed a scene for Season 2 Episode 5, ‘The Ghost Of Harrenhal’.

Here, Bronn and Tyrion overhear a protest speech against Joffrey as a king and blame Tyrion for the city’s downfall.

A sunlit view of the exterior of the Dominican Monastery in Dubrovnik, showcasing its medieval architecture. The scene features robust stone walls, a prominent staircase leading to a sculpted doorway, and a round tower with arched windows, under a clear blue sky.

12. Rector’s Palace

Rector’s Palace served as the residence of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) from 1358 until 1808, when it was its own country.

This Dubrovnik Game of Thrones location was used for the Spice King’s mansion in Season 2 Episode 6, ‘The Old Gods And The New. ‘

The Spice King is seen walking down these very stairs to meet Daenerys. During the scene, Daenerys requests ships to help carry her army across the Narrow Sea. 

Elegant stone staircase and arched walkways within the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik, known as a filming location for 'Game of Thrones', with visitors exploring the historical site.

13. Ethnographic Museum

The Ethnographic Museum, also known as the Rupe Museum, is a granary dating back to the 16th century. It shows the life of Dubrovnik through the centuries with costumes, textiles, and household equipment.  

This location was used for Littlefinger’s Brothel in King’s Landing, filming just outside and was used as a filming location numerous times throughout the series.

One notable scene, in particular, was in Season 4 Episode 1, ‘Two Swords’, between Prince Oberyn and Tyrion Lannister.

This is when Oberyn heavily implies his intentions to Tyrion about avenging his sister and her children – implying he’s going to murder The Mountain and any Lannisters involved in their deaths.

Stone archway at the Ethnographic Museum in Dubrovnik, which also served as a filming location for Game of Thrones. The pathway leads through the arch to a set of stairs, with historic, textured stonework typical of medieval European architecture. Light filters through the arch, highlighting the old-world charm of the location.

Other Game of Thrones scenes filmed here:

Season 5 Episode 3 ‘High Septon’: Lancel Lannister humiliates the High Septon by calling him out on his crimes in the Brothel and making him walk along the street naked. 

14. Ploce Gate

Ploce Gate is one of the key drawbridge entrances into Dubrovnik’s Old Town, just located on the eastern side of the Old Town.

The entrance was used as the filming location for the end sequence of the Walk of Shame in Season 5 Episode 10, ‘Mother’s Mercy.’

Cersei can be seen helplessly walking across this drawbridge, battered and broken, towards the entrance of the Red Keep.

View of Ploce Gate, a historic stone entrance to Dubrovnik's old town, under a clear blue sky. The gate features a bridge leading to a massive archway, flanked by robust medieval walls and a small domed structure on top. No people are visible, emphasizing the architectural beauty and serene atmosphere of the location.

15. Hotel Belvedere

The Hotel Belvedere is featured once in Game of Thrones during the iconic sequence of Tyrions’ Trial By Combat, where The Mountain and Oberyn battle in Season 4 Episode 8, ‘The Mountain and the Viper’.

‘Who gave you the order?’ Oberyn kept saying. Judging by his head, it looks like Cersei ordered an apple crumble from The Mountain.  

Overhead view of the abandoned Hotel Belvedere amphitheater near Dubrovnik, Croatia, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The circular stage features a large, colorful checkerboard pattern, surrounded by graffiti-covered concrete seating, amidst overgrown vegetation and adjacent to terracotta-roofed structures.

16. Lokrum Island

Lokrum Island is a beautiful little island located just off the coast of Dubrovnik. In the Game of Thrones series, it was used as a filming location for the city of Qarth.

The Benedictine Monastery’s botanical gardens were used in Season 2, episode 5, ‘Ghost of Harrenhal’, for the garden party hosted by Xaro Xhoan Daxos. The garden and the monastery’s cloisters were featured.

Fun fact: Hbo gifted Lokrum Island a replica of the Iron Throne, which sits in the visitor centre in Benedictine Monastery. Visitors can come and take pictures of themselves on the throne.

Just inside the visitor centre is also a Game of Thrones exhibition. It showcases plenty of the lore around Game of Thrones and also features video clips of the actors reminiscing about their time filming in Dubrovnik and snippets of behind-the-scenes with them filming.

A section of the Game of Thrones exhibition on Lokrum Island, showcasing a combination of modern and mythical elements. A frosted glass panel decorated with symbols from the series, such as a stag and a lion, catches the sunlight. Beside it, a flat-screen TV displays a nature scene, while an intricately carved dark wooden panel adds a traditional touch to the exhibit.

Planning to visit Lokrum Island from Dubrovnik? Check out this Lokrum Island guide.

17. Trsteno Arboretum

Trsteno Arboretum is one of the best places to visit near Dubrovnik and is the perfect setting to continue your Dubrovnik Game of Thrones location hunt. 

This scenic retreat was used as the filming location for the Tyrell Highgarden and was featured numerous times throughout the show.

Game of Thrones scenes filmed here:

Around the Gardens

Season 3, Episode 4 ‘And Now His Watch Is Ended’: Lord Varys and Olenna Tyrell walk around High Garden and discuss how dangerous Littlefinger is – agreeing that Sansa should be kept away from him. 

Season 3 Episode 10 ‘Mhysa’: Tyrion and Sansa walk around the gardens, sharing inside jokes with Shae lurking behind them as Sansa’s protector. 

Later in the episode, Lord Varys tries to convince Shae to leave King’s Landing to protect her safety as well as Tyrion’s

a peaceful walking path in Trsteno Arboretum, surrounded by lush greenery including trees, dense shrubs, and diverse plant life. The path is bordered by a stone wall on one side and a wooden railing on the other, leading through a garden setting.

In the Pavillion

Season 3, Episode 2, ‘Dark Wings, Dark Words’: Sansa reveals to Margaery and Olenna about Joffrey’s insufferable personality.

Season 4 Episode 1 ‘Two Swords’:  Shae tries to get Sansa to eat, but later, Sansa tells Tyrion that she can’t simply eat, knowing what the Freys did to her family.

Later in the episode, Dontos hands Sansa a necklace in the Red Keep’s Godswood as a thank you for saving him during Joffrey’s name day. *Filmed in the grounds

Season 4 Episode 4 ‘Oathkeeper’: Olenna Tyrell heavily implies to Margaery that she was involved in King Joffrey’s death.

The Trsteno Arboretum Belvedere Pavilion in Croatia, showcasing a stone pathway leading to the historic open-air structure with a red tile roof, surrounded by verdant tropical plants, with the tranquil Adriatic Sea and distant mountains providing a picturesque backdrop.


Season 3 Episode 7 ‘The Bear and the Maiden Fair’: Sansa discusses her arranged marriage to Tyrion with Margaery, and Margaery tries to make her feel better about the situation.  

Season 4 Episode 5 ‘First of His Name’: Cersei and Prince Oberyn discuss her daughter Myrcella and ask him if he can deliver her a gift in Dorne. 

Note: The moral of the story is that many Game of Thrones scenes were filmed in Trsteno Arboretum!

Useful information for your Game of Thrones visit

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Dubrovnik for your Game of Thrones experience is during the shoulder months, particularly around May – June.

This is just before the summer when it is warm enough to navigate around the city in summer clothing and has far fewer crowds.

With fewer crowds, you’ll experience the Game of Thrones locations in Dubrovnik in a better light. You won’t have to constantly manoeuvre around people, making it easier to appreciate and take clearer photos of the locations. 

Top recommendation: One of my most important Dubrovnik travel tips is to avoid cruise schedules.

Dubrovnik is a prime cruise destination, especially in the summer, so I highly recommend checking the cruise schedule and planning your visit around that time to avoid large masses of crowds!

Should you book a Game of Thrones tour?

Absolutely! If you want an experienced guide and lots of trivia about the filming of Game of Thrones, then joining a tour is a great option for you.

Many of the tour guides who run the tours were extras on the show. They have insider knowledge of behind-the-scenes trivia. and you’ll learn things that aren’t available as an online resource. 

They are also good experiences for even non-fans of the TV show. These guides have in-depth knowledge of all of the Dubrovnik monuments and history – so expect to hear more than just the tales of Westeros.

The only downside to opting for a tour is that not every tour includes each location. Trips to Lokrum Island or Trsteno Arboretum, in most cases, will need to be booked separately. 

Note: A lot of tour guides, from previous experience and research, don’t include the City Walls in their Game of Thrones tour – Some do. However, it is 100% worth a visit, so I recommend doing it nonetheless.

Best Game of Thrones tours in Dubrovnik

With so many Game of Thrones tours in Dubrovnik to choose from, here are the top highlights, differentiating between the locations you visit. 

Best tours:

  • Game of Thrones Walking Tour and Cruise (2 hours and 15 minutes): During your tour, you’ll sail into the Old Town for an exclusive experience on the same ship Daenerys used on Game of Thrones. Also, enjoy a Dragon Blood Cocktail on board, and then explore the main Dubrovnik Game of Thrones locations. 
  • Game of Thrones Extended Tour: Enjoy an extended tour of Game of Thrones, exploring the locations more in-depth. Dive into more of the lore and how it was showcased in Dubrovnik. You’ll also play with the replicas of props on the show. This is for the massive fans of Game of Thrones!
  • Game of Thrones and City Walls Walking Tour (3 hours): Venture around all the Game of Thrones locations in Dubrovnik and take a tour of the City Walls. As previously mentioned, this is rare for a Game of Thrones tour and includes tickets to both the City Walls and Fort Lovrijenac.
  • Full-Day Total Game of Thrones Experience (7 hours): In this ultimate tour, you’ll see many major Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik, including a trip to Trsteno Arboretum and Lokrum Island + A fantastic view of Dubrovnik from Mount Srd.

    Note: Unfortunately, you will still need to pay the entry fees for the attractions on this tour.

Final thoughts

Well, there you have it! Your Game of Thrones tour of Dubrovnik awaits. Or maybe you have already been but are here out of curiosity to find more locations?

Besides, there is so much of Westeros to see in Dubrovnik. While you’re walking around hunting for the spots, take your time and enjoy the surroundings.

Much of the Old Town and its quaint surroundings are aesthetically beautiful in every sense. I’ve taken a tour and ventured on my own to explore the locations, much preferring the latter.

Not because the tours weren’t helpful, but out of personal preference. I could appreciate and enjoy all the Game of Thrones filming locations in Dubrovnik for much longer and without time constraints.

This self-guided tour guide and map should help explore the entirety of the Game of Thrones side of Dubrovnik because, well, you wouldn’t want to miss it!

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