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The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, Georgia USA 29
Georgia, USA
The 40,000 square foot National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus, Georgia contains two original American Civil War military vessels, plus the uniforms, equipment and weapons used by the Union and Confederate navies. This unique museum tells the story of the two navies during the Civil War.
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