National Geographic, 125 years
From June 4th to October 23rd 2015
“National Geographic, 125 years” follows the phases of a long, fascinating, extraordinary, unique journey among adventure and legendary personalities. Photographs of expeditions to the remotest places on the planet, the cultures of large populations and of unknown tribes, and the beauty of the life of plants and animals.
In the National Geographic magazine, with its unmistakable yellow frame, heroic stories have been narrated, such as the legendary discovery of the lost city of Machu Picchu, Robert Peary’s expedition to the North Pole, the unforgettable findings of Jane Goodall with her chimpanzees and the spectacular underwater exploits of Jack Cousteau and James Cameron.
The exhibition documents great moments from the history of society with images taken by the best National Geographic photographers. It is a historic, photographic show that enables visitors to undertake a 125-year journey that has touched on all the continents.