125 Years of National Geographic 
of the popular science Geographic magazine National Geographic, founded in 1888, January 13, 2013 marks 125 years.
Today publication read by over 40 million people in 26 languages ​​around the world. Some historical photographs for the magazine: 1964.Meeting with the chimpanzee reserve in Tanzania.
1912. Traveler near his tent at Machu Picchu in the Peruvian Andes.
1915. Editor of National Geographic. He spent the night under a giant tree - Sequoia, during
1931. Legendary photojournalist magazine Maynard Owen Williams shot this photograph at a bazaar in Herat, Afghanistan.
1935. November 11 American scholars A. Stevens and A. Anderson on stratospheric Explorer-2 reached an altitude 22,066 feet. It was a record high for the next '21
1938. During an expedition in the Mexican state of Veracruz were found huge stone heads, showing the ancient Olmec civilization.
Olduvai Gorge is termed the richest prehistoric excavations
 1988. National Geographic reporter in his Australian "office" for a typewriter.
1957. Thomas Abercrombie - the first photographer of the magazine, which reached the South Pole.
1994. National Geographic shooting a new film about the wildlife of Botswana
1963. The first American team to climb Everest
1991. Titanic at the bottom of the North Atlantic.
To shoot a new movie National Geographic journalists secured back penguin camera.