National Geographic Society


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in Washington, D.C., The United States
January 27, 1888

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Journeys of a Lifetime: 500...

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National Geographic Field G...

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National Geographic Guide t...

4.34 avg rating — 1,014 ratings — published 2011 — 18 editions
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National Geographic Atlas o...

4.52 avg rating — 412 ratings — published 1975 — 24 editions
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Food Journeys of a Lifetime...

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Destinations of a Lifetime:...

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World's Best Travel Experie...

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Sacred Places of a Lifetime...

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National Geographic Complet...

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The Knowledge Book: Everyth...

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“If you are you, breathe. If you breathe, you talk. If you talk, you ask. If you ask, you think. If you think, you search. If you search, you experience. If you experience, you learn. If you learn, you grow. If you grow, you wish. If you wish, you find. And if you find, you doubt. If you doubt, you question. If you question, you understand and if you understand, you know. If you know, you want to know more. If you want to know, more you are alive.”
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“It's only a two-day hike. But it lasts a lifetime.”
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“Words form the sinew and muscle that hold societies upright, he argued. Consider the Koran, the Bible, the American Constitution, but also letters from fathers to sons, last wills, blessings, curses. Thousands upon thousands of words infused with the full spectrum of emotions fill in the nooks and corners of human life.”
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