Titanic: the chilling ghostwalking under the water (VIDEO)
The legendary “Titanic” sank in 1912, but only after a century we got an opportunity to investigate the consequences of a catastrophe in details. In 2010, an expedition to the place of the wreckage took place, and now the three-dimensional images of remnants are available.
Decades ago the “Titanic” struck the imagination. Just take a look at these luxurious interiors!
Stateroom B-58 in Louis XVI style
Stateroom B-59, decorated in Old Dutch style
The first class gymnasium was the only one onboard
A La Carte restaurant
It is natural that over the years spent under the water, there is no trace of splendor left. According to scientists, such detailed images of the disaster were obtained for the first time. From the depths of the ocean more than six thousand items were uplifted, the total value of which exceeds one million pounds. However, much more money was spent on research. Any work is complicated by strong undercurrents.
Today the legend looks absolutely different:
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