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Since 1888, National Geographic has been winning plaudits for its travel reporting, but it was not until almost two decades later when it became famous for its photographs of places rarely seen by Americans. Since the historic breakthrough, the magazine has been setting the standard for its brilliant picture essays on this planet and in recent decades, beyond. This mammoth 352-page coffee-table hardcover celebrates that cumulative achievement with signature National Geographic features and hundreds of their onsite photos. Peerless in words and pictures; a present to be remembered.