RMS Titanic. Exposición "TITANIC, THE EXHIBITION"
Exposición "TITANIC, THE EXHIBITION"
En este sentido, "Titanic The Exhibition", que expone objetos nunca antes mostrados , supondrá una ocasión única para las persomas el transportarse al pasado y conocer, en el año de su centenario, cómo fue la efímera vida a bordo del barco, desde su concepción y construcción hasta el estado actual de los restos a casi 4 kilómetros de profundidad en el Atlántico Norte.
"Titanic The Exhibition" transporta al visitante hasta el verdadero Titanic, a través de sus más de 150 objetos reales rescatados del mar, sus fieles recreaciones de las estancias interiores del transatlántico, como los camarotes o los pasillos de primera clase, y el modo en que esta recoge la verdadera historia del navio.
The former railway trestle across the Exploits River in Bishop's Falls. The trestle is the longest i...
View of Peter's River as it passes through Botwood Park. This is the swimming area in the summer.
A view of the now idle paper shed in Botwood. Paper from the mill in Grand Falls-Windsor was trucked...
A view of Botwood from the top of 'Blueberry Hill' in late winter. I will replace with a summer view...
The view from the front of the Town Hall in Botwood, Newfoundland. The official town website is at: h...
During the Second World War, Botwood was an important military base. As part of construction on the ...
Inside one of the gun batteries built in Phillip's Head to protect Botwood harbour during the Second ...
A view of Mill River in Point Leamington. The river is a popular place for salmon fishing and also f...
A life size replica of the giant squid landed at Glover's Harbour, Newfoundland in 1878. The body wa...
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