Benjamin Li
Mar 4, 2013

Venetian Macau extends 'Titanic' and 'Bodies' exhibitions

Two successful exhibitions—"Titanic: The Exhibition" and "Human Bodies"—at the Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotel are extending their runs until 31 March as the resort looks to do its part to raise Macau's stature as a centre of tourism. The Titanic exhibition presents an inside look at one of history’s most spectacular ships, while Human Bodies displays the complexity and beauty of the human body in a way usually reserved for doctors and medical students.

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