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The capital of everything from cabaret to cuisine, Paris counts nearly 2,000 years of history—and almost as many monuments.
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From the spectacles of Yellowstone to the wild expanses of Patagonia, these national parks will leave you with a sense of wonder and awe.
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Some museums captivate visitors even before they enter.
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They're called "jade bergs" — and they are incredibly rare but fascinating sights.
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Transport yourself to these dreamy locales alit by a kaleidoscope of colors.
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Nat Geo Travel 23h
A faint rainbow arcs over Iceland's mossy landscape in this captivating scene from photographer Marco Grassi. "If you happen to visit Iceland don't walk on the moss just to take a photo," he writes. "Think about nature first."
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 19
Celebrated with trumpet blasts, prayers, and festive meals, this holiday is a time for reflection and marks the start of the Jewish high holy days.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 19
By embracing the contradictions of oral history, one person hopes to complicate media’s prevailing narrative of rural queer life, which emphasizes isolation, secrecy, and danger.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 19
"As you look through this collection of vintage images from our archives, I hope it reminds you to consider where we came from—and where we are now."
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 19
When you picture the Arctic, you may imagine a cold, vast, and beautiful landscape. But what does life look like for the millions of people who call it home?
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
The vast expanses of the arctic tundra appear resplendent with bursts of surprising color in these dramatic aerial images.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
Take a moment to experience the blissful serenity of this expansive continent.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
A silver lining of this terrible pandemic might be that more people can play digital nomad.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
Looking for a new read? Look no further.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
In California and across the country, the combination of natural disaster and pandemic spell trouble for the future of state parks.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 18
From the secluded coves of Oregon to the serene ponds of Maine, these stand-out natural gems deserve to be on your radar.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 17
These may be some of the world's greatest mountaintop vistas.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 17
Moonlight casts a cool glow over a high-altitude campsite in the alps in this serene moment captured by photographer Hugo Grandcolas.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 17
Lost treasure isn’t the only thing that makes this isolated aquatic realm so alluring.
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Nat Geo Travel Sep 17
Photographer Cecil Williams’ museum is dedicated to “the South Carolina events that changed America.”
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