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Dimillo s Old Port Marina , Maine, United States

Dimillo’s Old Port Marina is located in Portland, Maine, in a beautiful area. Booking a berth here is a great idea because this marina is only a few minutes away from interest points like restaurants, bars, and commercial facilities.Moreover, it also provides quick access to some of Portland’s main attractions. This city has a wide range of tourist objectives anyone who arrives here should check out: the Victoria Mansion, a splendid 19th century building, the Portland Museum of Art featuring a large number of art styles, the Southworth Planetarium, the Maine Historical Society Museum, the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, the beautiful brick buildings at Old Port, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum, the Eastern Promenade, and the Museum of African Culture.Some of the most impressive natural sights in the area are the Little Diamond Island, the Jewell Island, East End Beach, Casco Bay, Cushing Island, Ryefield Cove, Cow Island, the Oat Nuts Park Trail, the Peaks Island Land Preserve, and the West Shore Sandy Beach.

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Attractions in Maine

Maine is an American state located on the northeastern coast in the region known as New England. This state is situated next to the Canadian Border. Its neighbor is the state of New Hampshire and to the east, it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. Maine is a popular touristic attraction due to its large coastal region. Its vicinity to Canada also contributes to the extensive touristic activities in this area.

The territory nowadays occupied by Maine used to be inhabited by the Native American tribes known as the Wabanaki. The first encounter with the European civilization occurred rather early, in the 13th century through Norwegian groups who tried to establish a trading relationship with the native people. Later, in the 15th century, the French explorers managed to find the first European establishment in Maine.

Maine belonged to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts until the 19th century when it became independent and adhered to the Union.

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