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I have a CSV file with different attributes for each polygon. One of the attributes (column name) is GeoJSON which hold the geometry. For example, in the first polygon the geojson attribute is:

{"type":"MultiPolygon","coordinates":[[[[35.1919984817505,32.58075753670527],[35.19470214843751,32.58319843158036],[35.19618272781373,32.58186046725293],[35.19124746322633,32.57771084505097],[35.19030332565308,32.57938337350581],[35.1919984817505,32.58075753670527]]]]}

I was able to import the CSV file only as a table to QGIS 3. Is there a way to tell QGIS (or possibly via pg admin 4), that the attribute GeoJSON holds the geometry but in a GeoJSON format?

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