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Top Ten Titanic Sights and Events by CheapFlights.com

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic and there is lots going on in honor of the ship and those who lost their lives.  The “unsinkable” ship set sail on April 10, 2912 and it sank on April 14, 1912 when it struck an iceberg.  CheapFlights.com wants to honor the Titanic as well and what better way to do that then to ensure that those who want to take part in the events and see the important sights know where to go.

Belfast, Ireland is the first location on the list, the place where the Titanic was built and where there is a Titanic Visitor Attraction.  Southampton, England is the location from which the Titanic set sale on her maiden voyage.  Across the pond in Halifax, Nova Scotia was where the messages were relayed about the sinking of the ship and where many of the victims are now buried.  New York was the final destination of the ship and it is the final resting place for many of the victims.  Australia is also on the list as the South Australian Maritime Museum opened an exhibition called  RMS Titanic: Voyage of the Century on March 24.

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