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The White Star Line built the Titanic to compete with other shipping lines, especially with Cunard, which owned the two most prestigious ships, the Mauretania and Lusitania. The Lusitania’s luxurious interior and the Mau...

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The Titanic sank to a depth of approximately 13,000 feet in the north Atlantic on April 15, 1912. The depth was not discovered until a joint French-U.S. expedition found the ship in 1985.

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Lego does not currently produce a Lego Titanic set for sale. An avid Lego and Titanic fan can buy a limited edition Titanic building block set from Cobi.

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

The Titanic and its sister ships Olympic and Britannic were owned by the White Star Line. This company began in 1845 under the direction of John Pilkington and Henry Wilson and continued until 1934, when it merged with a...

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The Titanic received at least four warnings from other ships about ice in the area on the day of the accident. The final warning came an hour before disaster struck.

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The RMS Titanic was commissioned by the White Star Line and built by shipbuilders Harland and Wolff. It took more than three years to build the doomed ship that sank in the North Atlantic in April of 1912.

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At the Titanic's beam, or widest point at the nautical waterline, it measured 92 feet 6 inches. Compared to modern ocean cruisers, this is somewhat small; the Costa Concordia, which foundered in 2012, measured 116 feet a...

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