Ice Station Antarctica
Can we survive in Antarctica?
Antarctica's landscape creates feelings of awe... But how does one feel when he finds himself there?
How do the temperatures of the ground affect human behaviour? What one should do to survive in this frozen desolate place?
The exhibition "Ice Station Antarctica" by the Museum of Natural History in London, which will be hosted at Hellenic Cosmos from October 2012 to February 2013, is the best exhibition that was ever designed in Europe about the frozen continent of Antarctica. The exhibition was presented for the first time at the Natural History Museum of London, with 200,000 visitors, and then was hosted in Spain and Turkey. In all three countries the exhibition received over half a million visitors.
Antarctica is the coldest, most wild and remote place on Earth. It was discovered and recorded for the first time 190 years ago. The exhibition "Ice Station Antarctica", on an area of 700m2 tries to reveal the mysteries of this area through a great variety of sources. Through these and other experiences, visitors have –for once in their lifetime– the opportunity to feel how it is to survive in the most important natural workshop of mankind! Designed for families and schools, thanks to its innovative design and state-of-the-art technology gives you the chance to become an Antarctic expert and to work at humanity's greatest natural workshop.
The popular exhibition by the Museum of Natural History of London at the Cultural Centre "Hellenic Cosmos"
From October 2012 to 28th April 2013
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