12 January 2017 / National Geographic Russia

National Geographic Russia in January

In the January issue of National Geographic Russia:

Wonder Woman Excavations of the ancient city of Phanagoria on the Taman Peninsula have lifted the veil of secrecy surrounding the history of the great ancient ruler Mithridates and his wife, Hypsicratea.

People of the Forest The destruction of their natural habitat over the past 75 years has reduced the worlds orangutan population by 80% and that is a conservative estimate. Do our relatives in the wild have a future?

How to Become a Man The world has numerous rites of passage dictating how boys become men, each reflecting the values of their respective societies. What does the unmitigated cruelty of some of those rites teach their initiates?

Its Hard to be a Girl Millions of girls around the world are subjected to violence and are made to suffer through ancient rites, but education is giving some of them a ticket to a normal life.

The issue is already on sale. An interactive iPad version is also available.

Svetlana Antonova – National Geographic marketing and PR director
Site: www.nat-geo.ru  
See also
National Geographic Russia Exhibition in Kazan
National Geographic Russia Exhibition in Kazan
Magazine opens Wildlife of Russia exhibition.
National Geographic Russia in April
National Geographic Russia in April
Cover story the ongoing saga of human evolution.
National Geographic Russia in March
National Geographic Russia in March
In this issue: the ancient heritage of the Vikings, the riddles of Big Bogdo Mountain, and the personal life of crested baboons.
National Geographic Russia Opens Wildlife of Russia Exhibition
National Geographic Russia Opens Wildlife of Russia Exhibition
Magazines annual photography exhibition opens in St. Petersburg.

   
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