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Eurwangni Beach   Deokjeokdo Island
The sands of the beach form a crescent shape. On the beach, you can see many kinds of water birds.   Deokjeokdo is an island 80km southwest of Yeonan Pier, Incheon. The island, which has an area of 36 km2, is home to the 292m-high Mt. Bijobong.
Location : (9 1ga Gwan-dong) Eurwang-dong Jung-gu Incheon   Location : Ijak-ri Jawol-myeon Ongjin-gun Incheon
Info : Culture & Tourism Office, Jung-gu Office (032-777-1330)   Info : Jawol-myeon Office (032-899-3710)
 
Dapdong Catholic Church   Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall
Catholic Church was designated as Historical Relic No. 287 on September 25th 1981.   Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall was constructed to commemorate the Incheon Landing Operation at Shido Island, launched under the command of General MacArthur (the Commander in Chief of the U.N. Forces) during the Korean War.
Location : Dap-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon, the Dapdong   Location : 525 Okryeon-dong Yeonsu-gu Incheon
Info : Shinpo-dong Tourist Information Center (032-773-3900)   Info : Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall (032-832-0915)
 
Incheon Grand Park   Modo Sculpture Park
Incheon Grand Park is one of the 11 municipal nature parks (Incheon Grand Park, Jungang, Bupyeong, Geyang, Baekma, Yaksa, Hobong, Yeonhee, Bulro1, Bulro2 and Geomdan) managed by the Eastern Parks Office of Incheon Metropolitan City.   In Bukdo-myeon, Ongjin-gun, Incheon Metropolitan City, the three islands of Shindo, Shido and Modo are connected by Yeondogyo (a continuous bridge).
Location : 190 San Jangsu-dong Namdong-gu Incheon   Location : Baemikkumi Coast Modo-ri Bukdo-myeon Ongjin-gun Incheon
Info : Incheon Grand Park (032-466-7282)   Info : Bukdo-myeon Office (032-899-3552)
 
Songdo Haedoji (Sunrise) Park   Incheon-daegyo Bridge
Constructed as a representative park of Songdo Information City, Songdo Haedoji (Sunrise) Park is located at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical axes of Songdo New Town's green tract.   Incheon-daegyo Bridge, which opened in October of 2009, is a 6-lane, 21.38 km long road, and is the 6th largest bridge in the world and the largest and longest bridge in Korea. It is connected to Yeongjongdo of the Incheon International Airport, as well as to Songdo International City and the 2•3 Gyeongin Expressway. Large ships pass under the bridge to get to Incheon Harbor as the bridge goes through the main sea route.
Location : Songdo-dong Yeonsu-gu Incheon    
Info : Incheon Economy&Freedom Office (032-453-7114)    
 
Incheon Harbor (inner harbor)   Gyeongin Ara Waterway
Incheon Harbor is the largest trade harbor on the west coast. It is the sea gate for metropolitan areas. It is divided into the inner port and the outer port. The inner port is located within the sluice gate, whereas the outer port is located outside the sluice gate. The sluice gates of Incheon Harbor and its inner port prohibit access by the general public, but visitors can see how the process of container loading and unloading works from a city tour bus.   Gyeongin Ara Waterway is an 18km-long waterway that connects the west sea and the Hangang River. It is becoming a new popular tourist spot as it has many things to see along the waterway, such as eight scenic views of Suhyang, parkway, and bicycle paths. The waterfront of Suhyang 3-Scenery, Arimaru Observatory of Suhyang 4-Scenery, and Suhyangwon Park of Suhyang 5-Scenery are must-see tourist spots. Other tourist attractions include riverside space with seven themes such as Baram Subyeongil Trail, as well as bicycle paths. (Visitors can walk to the Gyeongin Ara Waterway after getting off at Gyeyang Station and Geomam Station of Incheon Urban Railroad.