Know About National Geographic History Through Photos

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There are many TV Channels whenever we ON the TV we can see that a large range of the TV channels, but there is a well-known Channel among all age people that is named National Geographic Channel. National Geographic Channel is also known as Nat Geo, this tv channel provides us a comprehensive information about the daily routine life, animals, politics, tragedies, air crash investigations and also many interesting and thought provoking stuff. In the aspect of Nat Geo’s fame if you want to know about National Geographic History you are on a right place because here I’ve decided to provide you some interesting stuff for the National Geographic History through photos, from these history photos of national geographic Channel you can provide some extra dose to your thoughts because all the National Geographic History photos are thought provoking.

Today I have collected some photos about the Nat Geo’s history that will really provide you some olden times scenes of National Geographic Channel or we can say that National Geographic History, you can now imagine the working strategies of in the National Geographic Channel with the help of below photos about the History of National Geographic Channel.

Antigua, Guatemala

A boy framed in the window of a ruined cathedral.

Antigua, Guatemala

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Machu Picchu, Peru

Ruins showing the semicircular tower and masonry walls.

Machu Picchu, Peru

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Nagarjuna Sagar, Andhra Pradesh State, India

Workers swarm over scaffolding to erect the Nagarjuna Sagar dam.

Nagarjuna Sagar, Andhra Pradesh State, India

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China

A Japanese ship sunk by U.S. bombers off of the coast of China.

Japanese Destroyer, Pacific Ocean

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Itaipu Dam, Paraguay

Housing for the turbines dwarfs workers as the dam rises.

Itaipu Dam, Paraguay

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Victoria, Australia

Family walking on fern track.

Victoria, Australia

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Banaras, Uttar Pradesh State, India

Hindu pilgrims wash away sins in the Ganges.

Banaras, Uttar Pradesh State, India

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Brazil

A beach cemetery beside the Rio Negro.

Brazil

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Harrison, New Jersey

Researchers test color balance on a new invention, a color television.

Harrison, New Jersey

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Gary, Indiana

A worker services a television monitor that tracks steel production.

Gary, Indiana

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Kanton Lagoon, Phoenix Islands, Kiribati, Polynesia

Divers mapping the area find fragile table coral in Kanton lagoon.

Kanton Lagoon, Phoenix Islands, Kiribati, Polynesia

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Maryland

A device called SPHERE tests the strength of new nano material.

Maryland

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Chichen Itza, Yucatan State, Mexico

An informal portrait of photographer and explorer Luis Marden.

Chichen Itza, Yucatan State, Mexico

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Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia

Underwater atomic bomb test at Bikini Atoll in 1946.

Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands, Micronesia

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At the City Gates of Bundi, Rajasthan State, India

People of Bundi curiously flock around writer-photographer Volkmar Wentzel. His vehicle – an old U.S. Army ambulance – provides an excellent vantage point. In the late 1940s, Wentzel surveyed India pictorically.

At the City Gates of Bundi, Rajasthan State, India

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Conch Reef, Florida

A school of fish and a diver swim around the research vessel Aquarius.

Conch Reef, Florida

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The Mall, Washington, District of Columbia

Inventor Charles Kaman showing off his K-225 helicopter.

The Mall, Washington, District of Columbia

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Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas

Aldrin and Armstrong practicing maneuvers at Manned Spacecraft Center.

Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas

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Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

Researcher tests a pilot’s bed.

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio

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New Jersey

Technicians test signal of pay phone with simulated telephone circuit.

New Jersey

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Bhavnagar, India

A wild cheetah is kept as a pet by Indian royalty.

Bhavnagar, India

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Wisconsin

Albert Einstein and the staff of Yerkes Observatory.

Wisconsin

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South Pole, Antarctica

A glaciologist takes ice cores from a snow mine below the South Pole.

South Pole, Antarctica

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Mount Washington, New Hampshire

A cog railway carries visitors to the top of the snow covered peak.

Mount Washington, New Hampshire

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In Earth Orbit

View from the Gemini 4 spacecraft of spacesuited Astronaut Edward H. White during America’s first space walk. The astronaut is secured to the spacecraft by a gold umbilical line, seen snaking into the foreground. Dividing the background are the blue Earth and the black of space.

In Earth Orbit

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Germantown, Maryland

A satellite is tested in a foam-insulated room.

Germantown, Maryland

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Portal, Arizona

A development features houses equipped with telescope domes.

Portal, Arizona

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New Jersey

A tiny model farm built for lightning research and power line tests.

New Jersey

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Arctic Ocean

Wool and fur shielded crewmen from the cold.

Arctic Ocean

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Antarctica

Team members put together a sledge during Captain Scott’s expedition.

Antarctica

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Fort Archambault, Chad, French Equatorial Africa

Hyondo followers of the Sara tribe dance after an initiation rite.

Fort Archambault, Chad, French Equatorial Africa

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Chicago, Illinois

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels.

Chicago, Illinois

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Marquesas Islands

Bare-breasted Marquesas Islands girls.

Marquesas Islands

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Giza, Egypt

The Sphinx and the second, or Khephren, pyramid. Original legend has a note from editor Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor: As the Sphinx has been entirely uncovered, this picture is very much out of date.

Giza, Egypt

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Montana

A picture of famous warrior, Lone Tree-Apsroke, born in 1828.

Montana

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  1. Arron, 30 April 2012

    Thanks for providing impressive content with us. I have read most of them and got a lot from them.

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