On her maiden voyage from Southampton, England, Titanic struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic the night of April 14, 1912. In less than three hours, the ship descended to its final resting place in the Atlantic Ocean. Halifax, Nova Scotia is where the story ended and it played a very important role in the Titanic story. Hours after Titanic sank, White Star Line commissioned cable ships based in Halifax to recover the bodies of victims. Of the 209 Titanic victims brought to Halifax, 150 were laid to rest in three cemeteries in Halifax. A heart touching moment when visited the place to see J Dawson, John Law Hume, who played the violin till the end and a 2 years old baby where people still pay homage by offering toys.