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Fishing Boats at Moti Daman
India

The Portuguese settlement of Moti Daman dates back to the 16th Century and this jetty was once witness to the flourishing trade between Europe and India as well as being a conduit port for the opium trade to China. Today Moti Daman it is a just another sleepy fishing port on the Arabian Sea.

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Uploaded: 24/12/2011
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Tags: moti daman; daman; india; asia; jetty; boats; fishing; lighthouse; fort; collonial
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