Exhibition "Titanic! Catastrophe of the Century!" Automatic translate
с 11 Июля
по 8 Сентября
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
This ship was called "unsinkable", its colossal size astonished contemporaries. "Titanic" - the largest passenger liner of the twentieth century, a real giant, who retained his name in the ocean of history. His death shocked the world, becoming one of the largest disasters of the early twentieth century. But, the story that we offer you is not a story of death, the end. This is a love story. Love overcoming time and space.
We invite you on a journey. For a century, interest in the Titanic has not waned, but only gaining momentum. Traveling on a dream ship became fatal for hundreds of passengers. The mystery that the Titanic carried away to this day excites the minds. What caused his crash? What secrets were hidden behind the doors of the cabins? For a century, the "Titanic" "lives" in the hearts of people, becoming the heart of the ocean.
Touching a beautiful era, unraveling the tangle of bizarre fates, accidents and coincidences and tracing the chronology of tragic events - all this can be done at the exhibition.
Exhibition "Titanic! The catastrophe of the century! ”Was created in 2012, the year of the 100th anniversary of the most famous maritime disaster in history. Over 7 years of work, the exhibition has visited many cities of Russia, including Voronezh, Orenburg, Kazan, Samara, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Barnaul and others.
More than 40 photographs, including those taken during underwater research, as well as 20 information stands. Visit our exhibition and witness the events that have turned into a legend.
The exhibition will run from July 11 to September 8, 2019.
Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Kaluga, st. Lenin, 103)
Opening hours: daily from 10:00 to 18:00, Saturday from 11:00 to 19:00.
Monday is a day off. The last Friday of the month is a sanitary day.
- adult ticket (from 14 years old) - 200 rubles;
- children’s ticket (from 3 to 13 years old) - 150 rubles;
- pensioners, students (upon presentation of supporting documents) - 150 rubles.
Children under 3 years old - free of charge.
Phones for information: 56-28-30 and 56-38-20