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November 2021
100 Wonders of the World
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These archaeological findings unlocked the stories of our ancestors
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Two centuries of excavations on six continents have given voice to a past that previously lay mostly hidden. Now breakthroughs in technology promise even more revelations.

In this special issue of National Geographic, explore the world's most significant treasures from our past across the world, and through time – discovering what they have told us, and what they may still. 

Also in the November 2021 edition of National Geographic:

Ethiopia's civil war
Paul Salopek walks China
Penguin plight
Animals in space


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