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Hull is situated on the north bank of the river Humber, and is one of the UK’s leading foreign trading ports primarily handling softwood timber and large volumes of other forest products. Being a riverside city, Kingston upon Hull is rapidly becoming very a popular destination and offers plenty of sightseeing and attractions to visit.
The historic old town area with its ancient buildings and winding cobblestone alleyways is certainly worth a visit. Hull boasts many free to enter museums which are located in the award winning Museums Quarter. Despite the devastation caused by WWII, Hull has managed to retain much of its historical character and heritage, which is today complemented by many dramatic modern buildings. Additionally there are two fascinating museum ships in the city, the Arctic Corsair and the Spurn Lightship, which provide details and information about the former whaling industry as well as the past dangers of shipping on the Humber Estuary. Hull is also home to the very impressive Humber Bridge. This is a major tourist attraction in its own right. Crossing this magnificent suspension bridge is an experience not to be missed.
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