Away from the “mainland”, the Scottish islands are waking up in February, the GEO magazine cover story. And we discover that they have a lot to offer their extraordinary beauty: an abundant sea creature, ancient relics … and even traces of dinosaurs. It also includes: a halt in St. Helena, the reconstructed state of Kush in Sudan, the challenges of the Great Wall of China, the black cowboys of Mississippi … to discover in the newsstand in the digital version – and in augmented reality! – from 27 January.
Live on the web
Three photographers give below their strong images.
The world is changing
These trees that keep the desert alive.
EYE of Jio
Reclaimed kingdom of kush
Pyramids, necropolis, cities … Exploration, in Sudan, of a little-known ancient world.
In front page : Scotland
Away from the “mainland”, the islands are awake. And we discover that they have a lot to offer their extraordinary beauty: an abundant sea creature, ancient relics … and even traces of dinosaurs.
Mississippi with black riders
African Americans have also always been part of the cowboy saga.
St. Helena, the last stop
With its new international airport, this Atlantic confetti comes out of isolation.
Challenges of the great wall
Formerly poorly restored, little studied, the Chinese monument is becoming the object of all attention.
of World … Irene Frain.
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