125 Years of National Geographic

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The world famous scientific and geographic National Geographic magazine celebrated its 125 years, it was founded in 1888. Today, the publication read by over 40 million people in 26 languages ​​around the world.

1. 1909,  the North Pole

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2. Photographer washing film with pictures in the melt water, Alaska, 1909

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3. The man in the tent in Machu Picchu in the Peruvian Andes, 1912

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4. Editor of National Geographic Gilbert H. Grosvenor, spent night under a giant tree – Sequoia, during his first trip to California in 1915

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5. Afghanistan, 1931. The author of this picture was surprised that, despite the long exposure nobody blinked

 

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6. U.S. researchers A. Stevens and A. Anderson on stratospheric Explorer-2, reached a height of 22,066 meters. It was a record high for the next 21 years. 1935

 

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7. In 1938, during an expedition in the Mexican state of Veracruz were found huge stone heads that showed the ancient Olmec civilization

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8. Journalist of National Geographic, 1988

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9. Thomas Abercrombie – the first photographer of National Geographic, who reached the South Pole, 1957

 

 

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10. Paleontologist of National Geographic with his family at the Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania

 

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11. 1964, the reserve in Tanzania

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12. The first American team stormed Mount Everest, 1963

 

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13. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon in 1969

 

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14. Titanic at the bottom of the North Atlantic, 1991

 

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15. Photoof  tiger made by ​​using camera traps, in 1995

 

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16. The found mummy, known as the “Ice Maiden”

 

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19. National Geographic journalists mount the camera on the back of the penguin to shoot film research

 

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20. Sunset in the National Forest Gifford Pinchot, USA., 2009

 

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21. Lion in Queen Elizabeth Park in Uganda

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