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Ports and Harbors

Places that provide protection from a body of water for ships and boats or beaches.

Alligator-Harbor

Alligator Harbor

Eastpoint, Franklin County, Florida, 32328
Alligator Harbor is one of the world's largest feeding grounds for the Kemp's ridley which is the rarest and most endangered of all marine turtles.

Baltimore's-Inner-Harbor

Baltimore's Inner Harbor

Baltimore, Maryland
The area is home to many of Baltimore's most popular tourist attractions, including Harborplace, The USS Constellation, the National Aquarium, and the Maritime Museum.

Lost-River-Cave

Lost River Cave

Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, 42101
Lost River Cave is a seven-mile cave system located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Lost River originates outside of the cave and flows into it.

Pearl-Harbor

Pearl Harbor

Hawaii, 96706
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, west of Honolulu. Much of the harbor and surrounding lands is a United States Navy deep-water naval base. It is famous for the December 7, 1941 attack by the Japanese which pushed the U.S. into WWII.

Port-of-Decatur

Port of Decatur

Decatur, Limestone County, Alabama, 35601
The port of Decatur is the largest and busiest port along the Tennessee River.

Top 10 Most Popular Ports and Harbors Landmarks

  1. Pearl Harbor
  2. Baltimore's Inner Harbor
  3. Port of Decatur
  4. Alligator Harbor
  5. Old Harbor
  6. Fairview Harbor
  7. Koror Harbor
  8. Angaur Harbor
  9. Christmas Harbor
  10. Hollywood Harbor

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