The exhibition, which has already toured more than 30 cities, disembarks in Washington as a second stop of a North American Tour that started in New York. It opened its doors on October 18th at 254 Mariner Passage of the National Harbor – where it will stay for a limited time -, and has already attracted the attention of more than 40,000 visitors.
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“The Berlin Wall. A world divided”, an exhibition created in collaboration with the Stiftung Berliner Mauer, opens for the first time to the public in Madrid, becoming the first stop of this touring exhibition.
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Together with the Titanic Memorial Lighthouse Foundation (TML), Titanic The Exhibition paid tribute to the victims and survivors on the 111th anniversary of the sinking joined by descendants in a ceremony at the Memorial Park in Manhattan, where the world’s first memorial to the victims stand.
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