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Viking era silver crucifix pendant. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

Viking era silver crucifix pendant. Object from the exhibition "We call them Vikings" produced by The Swedish History Museum.

2 hours 40 minutes  Titanic sank in 2 hours and 40 minutes. This section of the exhibition spotlights human stories focusing on personal experiences to capture the dramatic final hours. The Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story exhibition at Merseyside Maritime Museum commemorates the centenary of the loss of the Titanic.

2 hours 40 minutes Titanic sank in 2 hours and 40 minutes. This section of the exhibition spotlights human stories focusing on personal experiences to capture the dramatic final hours. The Titanic and Liverpool: the untold story exhibition at Merseyside Maritime Museum commemorates the centenary of the loss of the Titanic.

Port side entrance to the First Class D-Deck Reception area. The elevators can be seen on the left.

Port side entrance to the First Class D-Deck Reception area. The elevators can be seen on the left.

"The Verandah Cafe, also known as the Verandah and Palm Court, this room was actually two rooms as there was one on each side of the ship, just aft of the first class smoking room. Ivy grew up the trellis-covered walls, and white wicker furniture and high arched windows completed the airy, outdoor effect." from Titanic: An Illustrated History

"The Verandah Cafe, also known as the Verandah and Palm Court, this room was actually two rooms as there was one on each side of the ship, just aft of the first class smoking room. Ivy grew up the trellis-covered walls, and white wicker furniture and high arched windows completed the airy, outdoor effect." from Titanic: An Illustrated History

One of the most well-known stories about Titanic’s survivors is that of the little Navratil children, also known as the “Titanic Orphans.” Michel, 4, and Edmond, 2, were traveling on Titanic with their father under the false surname “Hoffman.”

One of the most well-known stories about Titanic’s survivors is that of the little Navratil children, also known as the “Titanic Orphans.” Michel, 4, and Edmond, 2, were traveling on Titanic with their father under the false surname “Hoffman.”

Titanic Artifacts Filigree Ring with Diamonds comprised of 18K yellow gold and platinum. It is set with multiple small diamonds and is engraved "L to A 6.9.10".

Titanic Artifacts Filigree Ring with Diamonds comprised of 18K yellow gold and platinum. It is set with multiple small diamonds and is engraved "L to A 6.9.10".

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