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"Longest Pier in History"

In a tiny port town of Progreso lies a 6.5 kilometer long (4 miles) pier on the Gulf of Mexico. This symbolic structure, originally built as a wooden pier in 1936, underwent many changes over the years. Today, it stands strong as one of the most durable structures in the world made up of stainless steel. Offering a scenic boardwalk, Progreso Pier plays an important role in docking cargo and passenger ships. Visitors disembarking from passenger cruises can take a stroll on the pier and enjoy the vast vistas of the ocean.
Calle 82, Progreso, Mexico, 97320
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"Longest Pier in History"
In a tiny port town of Progreso lies a 6.5 kilometer long (4 miles) pier on the Gulf of Mexico. This symbolic structure, originally built as a wooden pier in 1936, underwent many changes over the years. Today, it stands strong as one of the most durable structures in the world made up of stainless steel. Offering a scenic boardwalk, Progreso Pier plays an important role in docking cargo and passenger ships. Visitors disembarking from passenger cruises can take a stroll on the pier and enjoy the vast vistas of the ocean.
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