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The museum, located next to the port in the old town of Philadelphia, was originally going to the aquarium, but was separated from the other side by heavy rain, and was brought to this independent harbour museum by Allah.
This museum was built on the shipyard. After 200 years of operation, the shipyard closed the museum directly in 1995. As the first shot in the War of Independence, the museum naturally emphasized The role of the immigration center. Standing beside the museum's transparent windows, you can look out over the port and the pattering of rainwater adds to the beauty. There are large ships in the center of the museum, as well as a special ship studio. The souvenir shop here can also buy wooden boats.