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A port is a man-made artificial structure for boats and vessels to dock, whereas harbours are natural locations where docking of sea-going vessels are possible without much altering of the landscape. In addition, ports are commercial in nature where international trade takes place. Harbours are, generally, areas where sea-going vessels are stored/anchored.

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