Rare Pictures, Artifacts of Titanic Exhibited Ahead of 100th Year of its Sinking

Old photographs, reconstructed suites, letters from victims and many original artifacts from the sunken Titanic are on display at Hans Christian Andersen Castle of Tivoli Gardens amusement park in Copenhagen. “Titanic – The Exhibition” was opened to visitors in Denmark on April 10, 2011 and will run until Dec. 30.

A 1912 advert for the Titanic. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

An exhibit at Tivoli amusement park in Copenhagen shows a model of sunken Titanic as it lies wrecked at the ocean bed. (Tivoli Gardens)

A Titanic-like resconstructed luxurious suite with fireplace and silk tapestry at the exhibit in Denmark. Several reproductions of Titanic details are built up in the exhibition including a First Class Suite, and a Third Class cabin with four berths. (Tivoli Gardens)

A reconstructed corridoor of Titanic at Tivoli’s exhibition in Copenhagen. (Tivoli Gardens)

A reconstructed bedroom of Titanic at Tivoli’s exhibition in Copenhagen. (Tivoli Gardens)

A reconstructed hall of Titanic at Tivoli’s exhibition in Copenhagen. The 1997 epic film “Titanic” created the similar setup. (Tivoli Gardens)

A photograph at the exhibition shows an iceberg on the horizon. The photograph was taken from another ship just 36 hours prior to Titanic’s collision with iceberg. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

A photograph at the exhibition shows Captain Smith (second from right in front), the captain of the Titanic and all of his officers. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

A photograph at the exhibition shows the Titanic’s deck for second-class passengers. This photo was taken on April 11, 1912. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

A photograph at the exhibition shows one of the Titanic’s coal bunkers filled with workers. This image was taken prior to the Titanic’s maiden voyage. Afour pound lump of coal from boiler room No. 1, where all the firemen did their duty till the end, is on display. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

On display are an orginal watch (left) of Titanic passenger Henrik Kvillner, and an old photograph of Captain Smith, who went down with the Titanic. Beside him, his first officer, McElroy. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

A photograph at the exhibition shows a first-class passenger (L). This photograph was taken before the Titanic sailed from Ireland. (R) Pictured is the first woman rescued from the cold waters of the Atlantic by the “Carpathia”. The ship was the first rescue ship to reach the Titanic after the collision with the iceberg. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

A photograph at the exhibition shows the musicians aboard the Titanic played until the last moments and went down with the ship. (© Claes-Göran Wetterholms)

The Titanic as it left on its first & final voyage from South Hampton in 1912. (Library of Congress)

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