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Park


so my recent posts have been more rural than urban, and while it seems like that's ok figured i should interject a city shot. this is more clean than noisy, but will be digging into the grittier stuff hopefully in...

Park

Chile 1960


Chile 1960 is brought to you by: Franny Wentzel and others

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Chile - The Long & Narrow Land

author: Franny Wentzel : Chile 1960
Thursday, October 14th, 2010


 

Chile - The Long & Narrow Land

author: Franny Wentzel : Chile 1960


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Into the mid-centruy modern era steps the shoestring republic of Chile in the February 1960 issue of the National Geographic Magazine



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As Sao Paulo Grows


Just got my National Geographic CD-ROM (1888 to 1996) set today so expect lots of postings over the years. Our first offering, this May of '39 article on Sao Paulo in its entirety, is just for you ...

As Sao Paulo Grows

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Toronto Pride


Toronto Pride

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Railworld Welcomes You


No expense has been spared in creating this unique visitor attraction. Fun and education all rolled into one package. Contrary to appearance, this place is actually open for business. You actually have to pay to go and have a look...

Railworld Welcomes You