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Maine Maritime Museum is located 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.
This state was blessed with a beautiful landscape that turns it into a perfect tourists’ destination.
One of the main advantages of this territory is its coastal area. Bordered by the Atlantic, Maine is a perfect destination for watersports lovers. This beautiful area is filled with berth booking facilities yacht owners can use.
One of the most popular destinations for those who love sun and sailing is Casco Bay”. This inlet situated in the southern area of Main is one of the most scenic views in the state. Tourists who come here can visit one of the beautiful Casco Bay Islands. There are more than 300 islands where you can immerge into a peaceful atmosphere. The Peak Islands welcome visitors with a bunch of restaurants and cozy cafes, as well as a rich artistic program. Long Island is the best destination for hiking. There are numerous picturesque trails tourists can venture on, but also fine sandy beaches where anyone can take a break and relax. Great Diamond Island is the perfect stop for a history lesson; this island hosts the Fort McKinley and exhibits the vestiges of the old military architecture.
Whoever needs to book a berth and roam through these islands can easily rent one of the numerous available options provided by Marina Reservation.com.
Another memorable site in Maine are the numerous lighthouses scattered all over the coastal area. With over 60 buildings of this kind, Maine was nicknamed the Lighthouse State.
Those who prefer the mountain landscape can go to Mt. Katahdin, home to the highest peak in Maine. This place is great for hiking or camping and provides multiple trails both for expert hikers and beginners.
Some of the most prominent cultural objectives in the state are the Maine Historical Society and the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Victoria Mansion, the Old Port, or the Wadsworth-Longfellow House, all located in Portland, the Portland Museum of Art, Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, or the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.
With its beautiful surroundings, Maine is a terrific destination for travelers who want to enjoy a quiet vacation far from the city’s tumult.
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