On 10/3/2014 a group of international students visited The Estonian Maritime Museum in order to learn about underwater archeology. This exciting branch of research was introduced to students by the museum’s researchers, who presented an overview of the history and characteristics of underwater archaeological research in the Baltic Sea. The students also saw a broad range of museum exhibits and researcher Priit Lätti explained to students how the robotics help to investigate shipswrecks underwater. In addition, students could see and touch the most interesting archaeological findings.
This event was supported by Estonian Research Council through European Union Regional Development Fund.