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National Geographic The World's Most Beautiful Places Special Issue

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Overview

This stunning collection of words and images reveals how to find paradise in the world’s most wondrous places—and in its most ordinary if you know how to look. And no one knows subtle beauty and the joy of travel quite like National Geographic. Each destination here has been selected by our expert editors and is accompanied by crucial information on how to get there and what not to miss. Four chapters capture the best of every continent on the globe.

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  • Softcover
  • 128 pages
  • 10 7/8” x 8 1/2”
  • © 2012

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I bought this book for the cover

By Chris the volunteeer

from San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Comments about National Geographic The World's Most Beautiful Places Special Issue:

I bought this because I've been to Torres del Paine in Patagonia(shown in the cover photo) six times, volunteering with Conservation Volunteers International Program. I thought that if National Geographic put Torres del Paine on the cover, they had excellent judgment, so I wanted to see what they said about the park and to see the full list of sites. I was a bit disappointed they did not include more written descriptions, but quite satisfied with the photographs and the list. Two other sites where I volunteer (Machu Picchu and Yosemite) are also on the top 100 list, as are a number of other places I've been lucky enough to visit. I'm sure one could debate endlessly about which sites should be on the top 100 list, but I would say that if a person were lucky enough to visit all these sites, they would indeed have lived a good life

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