What are the biggest harbors in Europe?
The biggest harbour in Europe by area is Cork In Ireland
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I think it is the Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong.
The biggest harbours are :. 1. Sydney, Austrailia.. 2. Poole harbour, England
The West Virginia 32,600 was the biggest ship in Pearl Harbor. Italso was the biggest ship that sunk on that fateful day.
Pearl Harbor saved Europe. Without it, the US may never had entered the war.
The largest artificially created harbor is in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Various places lay claim to the largest natural harbour, including Poole (UK), Cork (Ireland) and Halifax… (Canada).
Mumbai harbour is the biggest one in India & 2nd one is Chennai harbour.
The Kaipara Harbour, on the west coast north of Auckland, is New Zealand's largest harbour and one of the largest in the Southern hemisphere. Harbours in New Zealand include…: (These are not all the ports as some are seaports) . Waitemata 180km 2 . Manukau 390km 2 . Tauranga 200km 2 . Wellington 70km 2 . Queen Charlotte Sound ?km 2 . Greymouth ?km 2 . Lyttelton ?km 2 . Onehunga ?km 2 . Otago ?km 2 . Tarakohe ?km 2 . Timaru ?km 2 . Whangarei ?km 2 .
nitriats harbor in itally
Yes. Sydney Harbour is the largest natural harbour in the world.
Kaipara, north of Auckland.
The Manukau harbour is larger than the Waitemata.
In New Zealand
The Kaipara harbour.
In Pearl Harbor
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