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Shipwreck! Exhibit At The Witte Museum


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Shipwreck! Exhibit At The Witte Museum by Thomas W.P. Slatin is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
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22 responses to “Shipwreck! Exhibit At The Witte Museum”

  1. I’m not sure to know what is the picture about, but I like it. There are so many objects in museums from past times that look super interesting.

  2. Wow I admire the mural. i guess one good thing about this is the trivia. I do not go to places like these often but I appreciate it.

  3. I have never seen anything like this in a museum or exhibit. Thank you for sharing this Tom. Congrats.

  4. This is a brilliantly displayed picture. I wish I can explore this part of world too.

  5. Wow, such find can really put someone in a pedestal. I really hope more people will be interested in this kind of hobby.

  6. It is a fantastic picture. I have a desire to explore this wonderful part of the world also.

  7. An object will be interesting and special if it can be found from an exploration. Well, I tried to download it but it seems… the page is not found :).

  8. The entire photo set is awesome. It’s also too big but that’s because it is of high quality.

  9. It’s sad that the entirety of the wreck couldn’t be salvaged. This is still good enough though.

  10. It is amazing what the depths of our seas hold. That’s considering the fact that very little of the sea has been explored.

  11. From the looks of it, this might be from the World War 2 era. Amazing they managed to preserve it for this long.

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