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From incandescent rivers of molten rock to columns of billowing ash, nothing showcases Earth’s fiery power like a volcano. on.natgeo.com/31KK7nX
Dramatic photos of volcanoes in action around the world
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Iceland's stunning waterfalls, volcanic mountains, and wild, fjord-cut coastlines inspire photogenic journeys and more than a few eerie folktales. on.natgeo.com/2HsMjcS
20 photos of Icelands majestic landscapes
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Branches of a river meander across the vast Icelandic highlands in this breathtaking vista captured by #YourShot photographer Simona Buratti.
 
While the environmental challenge of extreme heat wallops the park by day, Death Valley faces another issue at night: light pollution. on.natgeo.com/31EMBUG
Photographing Death Valleys starry skies shines a light on pollution
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Seeing constellations so clearly grows more difficult each year, which makes dark sky destinations all the more important—both to see and to protect. on.natgeo.com/2G3KJxm
 
The Czech capital was once a magnet for scientists who studied the stars—and clues to its cosmic side are scattered throughout the city. on.natgeo.com/3ju3E1Y
Why Prague is the best place for astronomy buffs
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It may look ordinary from the outside, but this Gothic church is decorated with the bones of 30,000 plague victims from the 14th century. on.natgeo.com/31FkhSa
Bones of 30,000 Plague Victims Decorate This Church
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These vivid photos remind us that eventually, the wild world will reclaim what it once called its own. on.natgeo.com/35vz9n9
See nature reclaim these abandoned places
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Roots dangle from the ceiling of a lava tube on the island of Hawaii in this eerie scene by #YourShot photographer Andrew Hara.
 
The story of how this town got here is about as strange as the very sight of it today. on.natgeo.com/3olFmuB
 
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, these seven spooky destinations prove that haunting lore is often rooted in very real and traumatizing histories. on.natgeo.com/31Guuh4
These are the most haunted places in the United States
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Salem, Massachusetts, balances profit and tribute. How can other popular witch history sites do the same? on.natgeo.com/37EQixE
Witch hunt tourism is lucrative. It also obscures a tragic history
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As historic Chinatowns struggle during the pandemic, it’s worth looking at why residents—and visitors—flocked to them in the first place. on.natgeo.com/3krvhtO
Why does the U.S. have so many Chinatowns?
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Across the United States' parched West this year there’s been an obvious—and destructive—signal that national parks are struggling to cope with a shifting climate: wildfire. on.natgeo.com/3krlMLc
Wildfires show how climate change is transforming national parks
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"Only twenty people a day obtain permits to hike The Wave in northern Arizona. A photo such as this requires not just luck with the weather and the light, but also in getting chosen for one of the lottery permits," writes #YourShot photographer Darlene Smith.
 
Apps, facial recognition, and smart products can make air transit and border crossings more convenient. But they can come with some risks. on.natgeo.com/3koMcxb
Will new travel technology invade your privacy?
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High-tech filters and low-tech masks: How technology and personal responsibility might make flying safer than you think. on.natgeo.com/2ThEMjl
 
Only 13 percent of Americans say they’d be willing to fly now or before the end of the year, a new National Geographic survey shows. on.natgeo.com/35GLrcL
Poll: Many Americans unsure when they will fly again
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From a renewed commitment to sustainable tourism to creative ways to globetrot from home, here’s how experts are foreseeing the future of travel. on.natgeo.com/3jmTLmw
Here are 8 ways travel will change after the pandemic
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Lush forests cover more than half of Slovenia, an Adriatic enclave of surprising biodiversity. on.natgeo.com/35wb4gi
Here is Europe's most sustainable country in 20 pictures
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"Each time that I think to my motherland, Sardinia, I dream to be there and dive into its crystal-clear water," writes #YourShot photographer Alberto Marcias. "It's a way to play, have fun and enjoy nature."
 
 
"Despite the accusations that volunteers are Instagram-obsessed Mother Teresa wannabes, the work can be helpful." on.natgeo.com/2Te5c5w
 
There are many classes, apps, and activities you can try now that’ll give you a leg—or hiking boot—up on your next trip. on.natgeo.com/37sMqQd
Master these travel skills now for smarter trips later
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Expand your horizons with these gorgeous spots that veer off the traditional tourist track. on.natgeo.com/35qDsjN
25 Beautiful Places Off the Beaten Path
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In the Netherlands’ South Holland province, these quaint, meticulously preserved 18th-century windmills stand guard over the pastoral plains of Kinderdijk. on.natgeo.com/2HrkqRM
These Charming Windmills Are Nearly 300-Years-Oldand Functional
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Your Shot photographer Albert Dros captured this whimsical pastel scene in the Netherlands. “I have been dreaming of these conditions for years and I finally got them!"
 
Alcatraz Island—once an uninhabited outcrop, later a military base and a high-security prison—has been home to carefully tended gardens for more than a hundred years. on.natgeo.com/31xBbCi
 
 
The pandemic has been an opportunity for Greece to reinvent its approach to tourism: how can it be more sustainable and less driven by mass consumerism? on.natgeo.com/3jj0jCT
How Greece is rethinking its once bustling tourism industry
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Hundreds of well-preserved castles dot enchanted European landscapes. Here are some of our favorites. on.natgeo.com/35gCoyY
Top 10 Castles of Europe
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Stoker never visited Transylvania, much less Bran Castle. So how did it come to be known as Dracula’s? on.natgeo.com/2Hs40IQ
Inside the Fortress Known as 'Dracula's Castle'
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"Americans weren't winning the space race from the start." See what happened after on The Right Stuff, now streaming on #DisneyPlus. #TheRightStuffSeries
 
 
These heartfelt passages celebrate the wild and beautiful places across the United States that inspire those who call it home. on.natgeo.com/3m6f6Cq
What unites us? A new book explores Americans love of home and country
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Discover how the colorful practice started, and where you can see and buy papier-mâché in all its festive glory. on.natgeo.com/2TcJPkQ
These paper crafts bring the party on Day of the Dead
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Founded in the 16th century, San Miguel de Allende is known for its stunning, UNESCO-recognized architecture—and for its meticulously prepared gourmet coffee. on.natgeo.com/35ddNLn
Coffee-brewing is an art in this historic Mexican city
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Get your feet wet with our picks for the world's greatest dive sites—from Ecuador to Australia and everywhere in between. on.natgeo.com/35fNRhX
The World's Greatest Scuba Diving Spots
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"With numerous caves, tunnels and an abundance of marine life, the Poor Knights Islands Marine Reserve is a haven for many underwater species," writes #YourShot photographer Rachel Stewart. "It’s also a popular spot for divers."
 
That iPhone in your pocket? Your simple Ikea bookshelf? You can thank this century-old design movement for their sleek lines and emphasis on utility. on.natgeo.com/3m8wCWZ
Why is Bauhaus such a big deal in design?
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From masterpieces of creative genius to beautiful natural landscapes, UNESCO World Heritage sites reveal the most compelling chapters of Earth's history. on.natgeo.com/3dEN12d
What Is UNESCO World Heritage?
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From Taiwan to Washington state, peaceful places remind us that quiet has the power to heal, especially in these pandemic times. on.natgeo.com/3o83MYz
Discover the planets last few naturally quiet places
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Chase the light around the world through these photos of landscapes blanketed in golden hour hues. on.natgeo.com/3m1L2rH
21 Gorgeous Sunrise and Sunset Photos
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Whether it’s lights of a bustling city or stars above a remote landscape, there are always new sights to explore. on.natgeo.com/3dG0eaQ
33 Illuminating Photos of Our World at Night
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An ice climber ascends a small icefall as cars speed through a tunnel in this unique image by #YourShot photographer Sebastian Wahlhuetter.
 
Steeped in history, these rugged mountain chains and floral meadows reveal the wild heart of the European continent. on.natgeo.com/37gUuTR
30 Wild and Beautiful Places in Europe
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Despite a slow start to tourism because of the coronavirus pandemic, the new national park is spurring optimism and energy in the area. on.natgeo.com/2Hgjgsx
At Frances newest national park, its all about the trees
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The UNESCO World Heritage site is celebrated for its chandelier-lined Hall of Mirrors, its ornate King’s Apartments, and perhaps most of all its 55 fountains. on.natgeo.com/3o1DAyD
The mechanical wonder that powered Versailless fountains
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From temples to skyscrapers to ancient cliff dwellings, the United States has a front-seat spectacle for every type of traveler. on.natgeo.com/31zEFnV
Amazing architecture you can see from your car window
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"After an entire year of planning, in the end, what was supposed to be a two-week weather window turned into an opportunity that belonged to a single morning," writes #YourShot photographer Spencer Fochtman.
 
 
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