The actual link is embedded in the Google link, but URL encoded, which means every character that has special meaning in a URL has been replaces with % followed by two hex-digits encoding its ASCII value.
To decode you need to undo the replacements, so do the following substitutions:
%3A -> :
%2F -> /
%25 -> %
%26 -> & this wasn't in your example link, but is common in URL's so I'm putting it here for quick reference.
If there are codes embedded in the URL after the first replacement leave them in, they're there because the special character is in the file name on the server and still has to be hidden, the most common is %20 which codes for a space.
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