Which landmass did the Titanic sink closest to?

Here is the question :


Here is the option for the question :

  • Newfoundland
  • Greenland
  • Finland
  • Iceland

The Answer:

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[STC002235] It is arguable that the shipwreck of the Titanic is the most well-known in all of history. When it collided with an iceberg early in the morning of April 15, 1912, its doom was already sealed, and it went down to the depths of the ocean. According to National Geographic, more than 70 years passed before the ship was found off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, by Jean-Louis Michel and Robert Ballard on a French-American expedition in 1985. She is currently lying dormant in the North Atlantic Ocean, 12,500 feet below the surface. As of the year 2018, new information from Travel.com supports the hypothesis that the Titanic will continue to be in existence for at least another 20 years. A bacteria that feeds on rust, notably Halomonas titanicae, is responsible for the rapid destruction of the structure. As of 2018, fresh imagery reveals that the Titanic has broken in half, with eerie rusticles and wreckage surrounding both halves of the ship. It is possible to see the ruins for a beautiful penny, but you will need to save up an astounding $105,129 per person in order to do so.