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RMS Titanic. Exposición "TITANIC, THE EXHIBITION"

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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.

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