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How do I delete duplicate google calendars?

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I have duplicate google calendars (not just duplicate events).  How can I safely delete them?  Should I click "unsubscribe" on the duplicate calendar?  Please see attached.

I had been using "pocket informant". It has recently become confusing to use, and I think it caused this problem.
I will probably go back to using mac's Ical program for it's simplicity but am open to suggestions.gcal screen shot
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Calendars which you don't own yourself are "subscribed to," and thus, you can't "delete" them, you just "unsubscribe." Not sure how your duplicated calendars came to be, but you could also just clear the "show in list" checkmark on the ones you don't want and leave it that way for a while to make sure there are no ill effects. Then unsubscribe them later.
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