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Salsa! is an authentic Latin nightclub and bar on Charing Cross Road. They serve a range of traditional South American tapas and a la carte meals with a DJ every night and live music 3 nights a week.

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Opening Hours
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MON

17:00 - 02:00

TUE

17:00 - 02:00

WED

17:00 - 02:00

THU

17:00 - 02:00

FRI

17:00 - 03:00

SAT

17:00 - 03:00

SUN

17:00 - 02:00

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By Andrew M.

We went to Salsa! on Saturday and there were practically 15 other hen night parties there. If you want something special Salsa!is not the place to go. The dancing lessons were average, the food was slow to arrive and bland, and the atmosphere was non-existent.


By Andrew M.

I went to Salsa last night and it was the worst night of my life. Please only go here if you don’t mind being groped, and followed round the club by every man in there. Also, the average age of the men was 40+. It was extremely overcrowded and only worthwhile if you like the taste of sweat. Salsa was a complete waste of money.


By Andrew M.

Salsa is a great venue, thoughthe nights do vary. On Saturday, Salsa is best for parties with lots of fun dance music, Thursday night is for great dance lessons and more serious Salsa dancing. It depends what you want. Just go with an open mind and enjoy the latin spirit.


By Andrew M.

I've been to Salsa! five times, obviously it's very good! The staff are helpful and friendly and the atmosphere is great, everyone is there to have fun and dance. The bar is good at reasonable prices and the entrance fee is good too.

It can get very hot but it's worth it as it's just a great experience. On Saturdays at Salsa! there are a lot of group bookings but this doesn't stop you from having a great night there.

There is live music which is good if you have a great salsa partner but other than that the DJ is great and plays tunes wich will have you longing to dance. There are a lot of guys so ladies watch out, and some nice ones I must say.

If you want a lively, dancing, fantastic night out, Salsa! will not fail to please you! It's great and I'm planning my next visit soon.



By Andrew M.

The food at Salsa! is pretty poor if I'm honest, but the ambience is fantastic. It's always packed in there and I've never had a bad night at Salsa! - just some bad food!

But seriously, if you're after a good night out then this is a great place.


By Chris B.

A great venue to hire for events or Christmas Parties

I popped into Salsa a few weeks ago for a meeting and I was really surprised with the venue! A really cool, (and deceivingly HUGE) space and the staff were all friendly, smiley and attentive. I can definitely picture hiring this space for an event and I will be coming back soon to try the food.


By Stephen F.

I can't comment on the food or creepy men - I just went to learn Salsa, and have to say it was great fun. Beginners lessons are friendly, well organised and a snip at £5.00 per hour. My class ended with beaming smiles, as we all nailed down the basics, and wanted more, more salsa!

As a dance novice I didn't pre-book, opting to go alone, arriving just before 7pm on a Monday evening. After ditching my coat I made way downstairs to a wide open basement. The decor was not exceptional, if anything a touch cliched with simple colours - think Tex-Mex bar, but with a big dance floor.

The Salsa lessons were great and highly recommended. Thank you Salsa!


By Heather E.

Amazing ! Considering its a Salsa bar they went all out and added a very sexy Halloween feel. We were only going for a drink as we were passing by before going to another location but ended up,having far too many gorgeous cocktails . Didn't know they did food so will be returning a fantastic night had by us all


By Natalie B.

Salsa! Well, well what can I say. Went there once as was just passing by on a weekday and absolutely loved it! Never knew how to salsa dance but as soon as I got out of there I was a salsa queen :) Went back last Saturday and omg was even better! Also 5 stars for the bartender who got my pornstar martini spot on every time x will defo recommend


By Agata P.

Went to Salsa bar on many occasions and always had the best time! Starting from the amazing Mojitos (all the flavors you can think of!) and my personal favorite Cucumberry, everything else is just great! Staff is always happy to help, music is great, even if you have no idea how to dance salsa, there is always someone to show you a few moves :) food is also very good and the drinks offer makes the night even better! Definitely worth visiting if you're looking for a great and fun night out!


By Romina H.

continuation ... In this Latin place there are very few Latinos , and very few European , if you meet someone from Portugal in reality is from Angola Africa , ( even those from Afghanistan claim to be from Portugal ) , if you meet someone from France in reality is from Algeria or morocco , there are a considerable number of people from the middle east such Irak , Iran Turkey and Afghanistan , this people behave as though they have never seen a woman in their lives so when they see an European woman they think is an easy prey , one of my worst experiences in this place was with a tall guy kind of black mixed ,who wants to look like Spanish Zorro, dressing with a black hat , and posing always next to the DJ in the stage to appear as an important man in salsa , this Mr nobody who I understand is from Angola (or maybe cuba) is the most disgusting man that I have seen in this place , he follows girls everywhere and when I was dancing with my boyfriend this guy insisted I should dance with him by make strange faces from the distance so my boyfriend couldn’t see him, I would strongly advise him Mr Zorro to wash his sweated armpit before making any attempt to talk to a girl , it would be also advisable if his removes his hat once in a while so he can shake all the lice from his head … it is a pity that salsa bar is not the same place I visited many year ago , you go to a Latin place and you find bouncer from Albania and his friends imposing their foreign and very backward ways , and all these disgusting characters such as Mr Zorro who they really look as they are running away from the jungle of Angola or escaping from their country in banana boat then , he so desperately arrives in salsa Charing cross 96


By Romina H.

hasesj , Im sorry to hear about your but experience unfortunately you are right ; let me tell you something , I went to salsa many year ago and it was not like that , first of all the bouncers are most of them from the Balkan somewhere around Kosovo Albania and similar , so what they do ( these ignorant) they let all their friends to enter for free , this people are far different from people from Latin countries , so they try to blend in a culture which doesn’t not belong to them at all , but they force their way to make appear natural to them. Dance one minute with one of them and the second dance he will try to kiss straightaway-. In this Latin place there are very few Latinos , and very few European , if you meet someone from Portugal in reality is from Angola Africa , ( even those from Afghanistan claim to be from Portugal ) , if you meet someone from France in reality is from Algeria or morocco , there are a considerable number of people from the middle east such Irak , Iran Turkey and Afghanistan , this people behave as though they have never seen a woman in their lives so when they see an European woman they think is an easy prey , one of my worst experiences in this place was with a tall guy kind of black mixed ,who wants to look like Spanish Zorro, dressing with a black hat , and posing always next to the DJ in the stage to appear as an important man in salsa , this Mr nobody who I understand is from Angola (or maybe cuba) is the most disgusting man that I have seen in this place , he follows girls everywhere and when I was dancing with my boyfriend this guy insisted I should dance with him by make strange faces from the distance so my boyfriend couldn’t see him, I would strongly advise him Mr Zorro to wash his sweated armpit before making any attempt to talk to a girl , it would be also advisable if his removes his hat once in a while so he can shake all the lice from his head … it is a pity that salsa bar is not the sam


By Romina H.

hasesj , hasesj , Im sorry to hear about your but experience unfortunately you are right ; let me tell you something , I went to salsa many year ago and I was not like that , first the bouncers most of them are from the Balkan somewhere around Kosovo Albania and similar , so what they do ( these ignorant) they let all their friends to enter for free , this people are far different from people from Latin countries , so they try to blend in a culture which doesn’t not belong to them at all , but they forcing their way to make appear natural to them. Dance one minute with one of them and the second dance he will try to kiss straightaway-. In this Latin place there are very few Latinos , and very few European , if you meet someone from Portugal in reality is from Angola Africa , ( even those from Afghanistan claim to be from Portugal ) , if you meet someone from France in reality is from Algeria or morocco , there are a considerable number of people from the middle east such Irak , Iran Turkey and Afghanistan , this people behave as though they have never seen a woman in their lives so when they see an European woman they think is an easy prey , one of my worst experiences in this place was with a tall guy kind of black mixed ,who wants to look like Spanish Zorro, dressing with a black hat , and posing always next to the DJ in the stage to appear as an important man in salsa , this Mr nobody who I understand is from Angola (or maybe cuba) is the most disgusting man that I have seen in this place , he follows girls everywhere and when I was dancing with my boyfriend this guy insisted I should dance with him by make strange faces from the distance so my boyfriend couldn’t see him, I would strongly advise him Mr Zorro to wash his sweated armpit before making any attempt to talk to a girl , it would be also advisable if his removes his hat once in a while so he can shake all the lice from his head … it is a pity that salsa bar is not the s


By Hase S.

I was really curious about this place, some friends told me about it good things others bad things but as always you can never say anything unless you go and watch it for yourself.

here is what will happen if you go to try to find out.- unwelcoming people that will just ask you to pay money and more money with their large faces, as if they are doing a favour to receive you (this has never happened to me in other salsa places, usually latin people are really nice)-

the hottest environment you can ever find (and i don't mean it like hot for good place, it is actually hot as hell) as soon as you enter you may want to take out your coat or jacked, it is insupportable.

- later if you want to dance you will end with somebody else's sweat (disgusting!!) but if you don't mind I'll tell you that the room is "so big" that this will happen anywhere inside the place. (truly.. disgusting!)

- i tend to forget my camera in my coat so when me and my friends want to take some pictures i just go back to the cloak room and say "please can i have my coat back for a second" and grab my camera and give my coat back.

this has happened to me three times and the two first nobody had any trouble. but in this place they wanted to charge me again. ¿? it makes no sense!!

- so "if you have a complain, talk to the bouncer" who will be happy to find any word you say to use it as excuse to show that he is stronger than you.

This is what make the best of the night, i asked to talk with the manager in a really calm way and he just started yelling at me, man definitely you should never tolerate this behaviour from anybody, specially if you are paying for something.

oh yeah i almost forget, and he will call his other two bouncer friends because they want to make sure they have the last word.I am terrible disappointed from this place, my recommendation is, 'find it out your self' you'll see that it is not worth i


By Alice N.

Ugly Pub staff rude especially at the door, as a tourist i can say that I will not come back again in this local , and I will not advice to anyone . really bad hospitality..... The staff at the door should be sacked.


By M D.

very rude staff, the doorman is unbelievably unprofessional and rude - which gives you an idea what the place is like.


By Mark W.

Rude and vile staff.. Most unhelpful and unwilling. Looked by the rest of these reviews as its a standard it keeps to. Avoid at all costs very nice Spanish restaurant jamon jamon next door.


By Cathy N.

Lively bar, serves delicious food & the cocktails are to die for. Me & the girls had such a great time, Thank you!!!!!


By John B.

This place could be a great salsa bar but it's been taken over by non-Latin people who are extremely aggressive and confrontational. Two fights kicked off Saturday night when we were there scaring the girls and ruining the night. Don't go.


By Agne M.

I went there on searchin in google and meeting some salsa enthusiasts in the underground during our trip. The bar is a good place, the food was nice, but once we are from there on it was a bit disappointing. There are some good dancers, we had a nice time. But be careful of some guys who are just there to be sleazy, esp 2 men in black hats. They claim to be from Brazil annd they did creep out group a bit. The bar staff is a bit rude and takes time to get drinks, but happy hour drinks were cheap and some nice cockktails. So 50 - 50, they play good salsa music


By Elizabeth O.

Amazing venue! I went on a Monday thinking it would be quiet but I couldn't have been more wrong. The atmosphere is electric. Classes for beginners (like me) to expert are available for £5 or 2 classes for £8. It's a great way to meet people, keep fit and have a good time. No need to pre-book but I can imagine Thursdays-Saturday can get pretty busy so I would advise to pre-book to avoid disappointment. If classes aren't for you, you are able to watch the classes and soak up the atmosphere. A real gem in the heart of London. I'm definitely going to make it a weekly session!


By Andrew Z.

9 of us decided to go to Bar Salsa after a regular salsa class in Piccadilly Circus. 4 of us were already there and ordered the first round of cocktails. We saw an empty table for 4 on the lower floor and we took it. The waitress took menus to us and we proceed to order starters and another round of cocktails. She promptly told us that if we are not ordering main courses we will have to leave the table, and also that we cant order cocktails from the table but will have to go to the bar - this is despite them providing us with the cocktail menu at the table. I asked to speak to the manager and that was a mistake, this woman was very condescending and quite disgusting in her manners to be frank. We tried to argue that if we are ordering from the menu we should be served – as in any other restaurant, but the manager – having not the slightest modicum of hospitality - actually turned it into a shouting argument and called the bouncers to throw us out saying we are threatening her and pointing in her face - despite the fact that we were sitting and she was standing over us. And also that I swore at her because I said this was "bullshit" Even the bouncer conceded that "its not right but he has a job to do so we should let it go" (his words) So we left and took our money with us to another bar. So they missed out on 8 more rounds of £6.75 cocktails and starters, I guess you guys are happier with only one or two persons having a main course than orders that would more than cover that manager's £8/hour salary for that night. I call that stupid. Our salsa class average 20 persons several nights a week, and some of us usually walk up to bar salsa afterwards, but we will go and practice somewhere else from now on.


By Paul O.

It's a shame to read this as I was a customer on this same night, an since then two out of the three women have continued to attend the Wednesday night session with out fail. An a piece of A4 paper with standard black printed writing isn't classed as a flyer! My 10 year old son could of produced a better fake! An as for the security, yes sometimes I have seen them getting aggressive but you seriously don't see half of the s*** they deal with an to be perfectly honest, upfront, mouthy women are the worst as you can't smash them in the mouth! Ha ha! This is just the problem, people that cause problems don't see that they actually cause the problem to begin with! They are never wrong are they....


By Claudia E.

The worst experience I've ever had in a pub/bar in London. The staff is rude and the service even worse. When they sat us at our reserved table they said that we would have to leave the table within two hours, since we only had it reserved for that time. When I called to make the reservation nobody mentioned anything about a 2 hour reservation and if I knew that I wouldn't have come. When I asked why and told the waiter that nobody told me about it when I called to reserve she was so rude and said "oh, we have this problem all the time, people say that they don't know but we tell them all the time. You have to leave!" ...she was basically saying that I was lying. To add to the horrible experience, the food was greasy and not good at all and the drinks tasted like watered cleaning product. The service was slow and we had call the waiter a few times to remind them of our order. Needless to say, I will never go back there.


By Siobhan G.

Looking for a fun night after work with the girls and someone suggested Salsa! on Wednesday as somewhere to try. Wasn't sure but its close to Soho so thought we could start there and then move on if it was a flop. Got there early in time for happy hour and a free salsa class!! Class was good, though felt like Bambi on ice for most of it. But it was a giggle so we stayed for the paid class afterwards. There was still an hour before we could practice on the dance-floor what we'd learned so we decided to stay and have a meal in the restaurant. Meal was ok, cheap for Central London, and while we waited we could watch the dancers in the second class - some cute guys there ;-) After the classes the dancing began and soon found guys coming over and asking us to dance. Although they weren't all fit, they all seemed friendly and helpful, and once a song was over if you didn't like the guy, well another one was waiting to ask for a dance! In the end we never got to Soho and spent the entire evening there. :-) (Since going I've mentioned Salsa! to a few people and I gather each night attracts a different crowd and that Wednesdays are the best night to go)


By Derek A.

This place is a shambles! We went here for my girlfriend's birthday on Saturday and our night was ruined by incompetent cloakroom staff and an over aggressive bouncer who offered to drag me right outside for having the nerve to complain about them losing my jacket... One of the worst experiences in 20 years of clubbing... Never Again!


By Natasha B.

We had an awful, disgusting experience here last night, with the Manager and Security. My mate had a flyer which gains us free entrance to the Wed salsa night before 10pm. Unfortunately the Management of this establishment claimed they had no knowledge of it, even though we have been using it for years. To cut a long story short, we were accused of being sarcastic, rude, not allowed to explain the offer, and were evicted by 'Security,'(This is 3 defencelss ladies).We were treated as if we were crack dealing, knife toting Muggers. Interestingly enough I always Security were supposed to defuse situations, not escalate them.The Manageress phoned her Manager who claimed no knowledge of the Free offer. I was told that I was trespassing as I was too slow changing out of my dance shoes. They would not even give us the chance to pay the £5.00 entrance, the Security wanted a fight. The manageress shouted at me 'Shut up, I am talking ,' Customer Service, what;s that.? They threatened to call the police as we were too slow changing dance shoes ! Well you pay your staff peanuts, you get Monkeys, thats all I will say. We got the Salsa promoter afterwards and he told us the free offer had expired the day before,but he had omitted to take it off his web site. He has offered us access on his 'Guest List'. I don't think I will be returning. But spread the word out there in cyber land.Don't come here folks, take your money elsewhere. With the recession, pick and choose, be fussy as to where to go.I know I will


By Nicola U.

If there was an option for no stars then I would be choosing that! I myself agree that in recent weeks the service and attitude of the staff has increasingly declined. HAHA @ Tania! "Here at Salsa we pride ourselves in a good customer service and great atmosphere that we are famous for"...what you are famous for my love, is sweaty atmoshpere,sleazeball greasy men luring the dancefloor and rude, incompetant & non english speaking staff and. The only positive experience I had was a chat with the doormen on my way out the door! avoid this place at all costs!


By Tania B.

Dear Freetown, Here at Salsa we pride ourselves in a good customer service and great atmosphere that we are famous for. I do really apologize that you had a bad experience and I would really appreciate if you could give me a call on 0207 379 32 77 and discus this further. Tania Bar Salsa 0207 3973277


By Beth B.

The staff here awful, helpful and rude. Customerservice is awful. Music is good but not the place for you if u like a mature sophisticated crowd. This is a rough meat market with decor to match.


By Ernesto C.

It's the 3rd time I go to this place on Thu for lessons. People in general are nice, just lots of men tourists around watching but not annoying. The staff always seem bored and sometimes rude to clients, but I guess it was only . The female salsa teacher are all incredibly friendly and professionl. Sometimes it's crowded and it's difficult to have a lesson, not enough space. This night the teacher was not able to organize the rotation of couples (12 men and 10 woman) and it was bloody upsetting. I paid for 2h lesson and I had to wait most of the time, with annoying noise from the other lesson nearby, and being picked up by the teacher for not being able to repeat instantly a complex movements. (Well, if you rotate the couples, maybe I can learn, ass**le !). I told him how to rotate in a way to distributed the idle time, but he laughed and he said "rotate" every 20 minutes letting pushy people taking girl and dancing all the time. I personally hate being pushy and I refused to steal the lady from other guys. I went there to relax after work, but I ended up freaking out and I left the second lesson before the end. Next time I'll go to another place in order to learn, I'll might go again with friends for a beer, maybe.


By D S.

Hi everyone! I was reading the reviews about bar salsa as we are going there tonight for a friend birthday! I born in South America and I am Married to an Albanian gentleman. I just find so offensive couple of reviews about Latin and Albanian people. All the negatives things I have read make me laugh because they are describing our immigrants very badly. Let me tell you that not everyone in Albania or South America is like that my husband and I, we both come from very educated and upper class families in our countries so we would not act like some people is describing in there comments. I think this people are generalising everyone which is really unfair and let me tell you that we have live in England for many years and we live in a very good area and even so I have found English people low class worst than Latinos or Albanias. I believe that it doesn't matter where you come from what it matters is your education and the social level that you belong to.


By Giuliano D.

Estive no Bar Salsa ha duas semanas e fiquei impressionado com a vibe do lugar. Me senti em casa. A caipirinha estava em promocao (2.50) e era otima. Certamente voltarei para provar a comida que me pareceu bem boa.


By Kayleigh D.

Myself and 4 other friends went to Bar Salsa last Friday for the first time and I must say that it is a really nice bar. Nice affordable food, cocktails, soothing music, friendly staff and a lively fun-loving, yet relaxed atmosphere. Bar Salsa has everything your looking for in a night out. I would definitely recommend going to bar salsa as it lived up to expectations and was in fact better than I had expected. I believe the manager was particularly helpful at the restaurant as she ensured we had a good time. 5*'s, I will definitely be going back with friends to the restaurant soon for a few more cocktails and nice food! :)


By Sara M.

As a regular at Salsa, and as a female I can relate to all the previous posts. Yes it can get hellishly hot (but thats what cold water and the cool night air are there for.) and as the night goes on it does smell a little like sweat. The men there can be quite sleazy- just watch your distance when dancing with them- and these guys are in the minority (they tend to be the super confident 1s that ask EVERY female to dance until one says yes). The majority of my nights there have been fun and a very good laugh- I always leave with my mood on high and a smile on my face (and very sore feet from dancing). The atmosphere is great and it keeps me coming back. I have taken numerous friends here and started their addiction to Salsa. Food is average; service is friendly, if a little slow at busy times. I believe the place is now under new management/ownership now-its starting to look similar to Havana in Fulham


By Sarah W.

This has to be the most friendly place I've ever been. 50% off Happy Hour on the cocktails and sitting outside was so nice in this heat before piling downstairs for a dance class. The teacher was really funny, and as we were all beginners and pretty useless at the dance it was great to have someone so patient and entertaining. Great food, and then the place really heats up with the most amazing atmosphere, unlike other clubs I've been to here everyone seems to just talk to everyone. I'd never danced Salsa before yet people still asked me to dance, which was really nice, and I then asked some of the guys who were in the beginners class to dance and they joined our party. We got to keep our table all night too. This place as you would expect has a huge dance floor, the staff are really friendly, and I will definitely go back. I found out this place is open 7 nights a week, so maybe I'll cheer myself up on an occasional boring Sunday, or take the guys from work for after work happy hour drinks, they're really cheap, and cocktails were just fab


By R M.

You need to understand that in latin dancing, the man leads, and therefore, if he is not very good at leading, it is really frustrating for the woman because she doesn't know what to do and can't dance if she's not being lead well. So naturally they prefer the more experienced dancers. It is a salsa bar, not a normal dance club, so if you don't know how to salsa or have only taken one or two beginner classes, don't expect to be dancing lots, unless you bring a dance partner who you can practice your beginner moves with. As a woman, I have been frustrated when I've had guys try to dance with me and they don't even know how to salsa at all, haven't even taken a beginner class, what am I supposed to do? I stand there waiting for them to do something but they just rock back and forth. Sorry but I am there to salsa, if you just want to meet girls there are many other clubs to go dance in. If you want to salsa, then take some real classes until you can actually salsa dance, then start coming here to dance with women. I don't care what "colour" a man is or how attractive, sometimes the best dancers are the old 60 year old guys because they have the experience and I learn more from them. Because I'm not very experienced either the really experienced guys rarely dance with me twice, but some are patient and willing to teach, but it is easier when you are a follower to learn this way. This is a great bar for people who love latin dancing, but it is not a venue for non-latin dancing.


By Sal S.

Hi Tony, read your post and had to reply. I had the same issues as you when i went to a Salsa club (top floor of Ronnie Scotts, 20 years ago). This young latino in a white vest took my girl off me and had her spinning and giggling like a school girl. Who the hell did he think he was the "gr***sy d**o. Not very dignified and since we (my girl friend and i) were black hypocritical at least. No need to say i never went back to Ronnie Scotts with her and never had the least interest in Salsa. In fact i had forgotten about it until 20 years later on holiday in cuba. I went to a night club and a girl asked me to dance. I was flattered but explained i didn't know how. She insisted it was easy (hey i'm black i can dance to anything i told myself) after two minutes she literally threw me away. Fortunately, i'm now at the age where i'm not embarrassed easily and laughed it off. Anyway long story short I took lessons and perservered and now after many years have learnt a few basic steps well enough to manage the 5 minutes a song lasts. Your comments are immature, man up and learn to dance. Go back and ignore those women who don't want to dance with you it's there problem not yours. Remember when you were learning to drive you were not perfect from day one. And now you are an experienced driver some of those you share the roads with, like those women are a**e h***s. Oh by the way, and i love saying this, some of my best friends are white!


By Sophie G.

I know exactly who this 'Zorro' is! He caught me for a dance when I was a salsa baby a year ago, 2 weeks in, and insisted on showing me all the sexiest moves and being quite disturbing, culminating in him trying to force a kiss on me! He is definitely one to watch out for. I always warn my female friends about him if I take them out there for the first time, as he acts like this all the time, with fairly new salsa girls if possible. But I've managed to ignore him completely for a year. It's true that in general the men can leer at the women, in their packs. Tiburones. But have fun with it, stare back, laugh at them...or of course just ignore them. I think it's just the culture, and the relaxed party atmosphere. I have very rarely had a case where someone actually tried to feel me up while we were dancing, or was anything other than a gentleman, which is completely different from the way creepy, drunk men dance up to girls crotch-first in 'normal' nightclubs. There are also many Latinos if you go on the right night. Thursday is the one I'd recommend. There are certainly never many English, but I kinda like that.

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