The large scale and smaller sculptural WWII aeroplanes in this exhibition have been created from images of these underwater wrecks. They are another reminder of a decaying world. These are so life like and I can easily imagine how they sit in their underwater graves.
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Historic Downtown Bethlehem Chocolate Trail: How sweet is this? On Saturday, visit Historic Downtown Bethlehem for a “choco” lot of fun during the annual Chocolate Trail! For $30, your passport is your ticket to be carried away into chocolate bliss by participating merchants. Limited amount of non refundable tickets will be available per each registration time, to allow for proper social distancing. Masks must be worn during the trail.
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