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Hull is a historic city, so you should definitely visit the Old Town: here you can still admire architectural structures from the Georgian and Edwardian periods. In the East Riding Museum of Archaeology you can admire a life-sized woolly mammoth and in the well-preserved Hepworth Arcade shopping is still in local independent shops, such as Dinsdale’s Joke Shop, Fanthorpe’s Television Store and Beasley’s Fashion Emporium.
A landmark at Hull’s Marina is the Deep, where the history of the world’s oceans is told and the Panorama elevator allows you to watch sharks swim. With a bit of luck you can even meet the VIPs of the museum – the “very important penguins” – and the charming jellyfish that drives through the ocean.
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Is Hull in East Yorkshire?
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Is it Hull or Kingston upon Hull?
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