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An inland harbor (or inland harbour) is a harbor that is quite far away from the ocean or sea, such as Berlin, Germany or Paris, France. Inland harbors are connected to a large body of water by an important river or canal passing near the center of the city.
Inland harbor should not be confused with an inland port which is a transport hub connected by rail or road to the ocean rather than by a water connection. Outland harbors are also different from inland harbors.
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