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Revisiting the Titanic
July 13, 2016   
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More than 200 objects recovered from the sunken Titanic ocean liner are on show in a touring exhibition at Warsaw’s Palace of Culture and Science.

After Stockholm, Barcelona, Seville and Madrid, Titanic, the Exhibition has arrived in Warsaw, recounting the history of the ill-fated ship, which famously sank on its maiden voyage in 1912. In addition to items that spent decades under water, the 2,000-square-meter multimedia exhibition draws audiences with meticulous, life-size recreations of the Titanic interiors, including passenger cabins, dining rooms, the bridge and lavishly decorated corridors for first-class passengers. The Titanic experience is further enhanced with period music and sound effects.

Titanic, the Exhibition is designed to suit all age groups and each ticket comes with an audioguide featuring the stories behind some of the ship’s passengers and the genuine objects on show. The items were specifically selected for their historical background, making the experience more personal as visitors see old photographs, original manifests and pieces of clothing.

The exhibition’s international curator is Swedish historian Claes Goran Wetterholm who has taken part in several expeditions to the Titanic wreck.

Until Oct. 9
Palace of Culture and Science
1 Defilad Sq., Warsaw
www.wystawtitanic.com.pl
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