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HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England, stbd gangway
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HMS Victory, Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar, is one of the main exhibits at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The ship remains in Royal Navy service and is the oldest commissioned warship in the world.

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送信日: 31/01/2012
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