28 April 2017 / National Geographic Russia

National Geographic Russia in May

In the May issue of National Geographic Russia magazine:

Geniuses: What distinguishes a genius from someone who is simply talented? How do geniuses think? Is it possible to create conditions in which genius will manifest itself? Today, scientists in various disciplines are looking for and finding answers to these questions.

Sea Angels: Little is known about sea angels, or cliones, and it is a rare bit of good fortune to encounter them while diving. Russian photographers got amazingly lucky recently in the Sea of Okhotsk near Sakhalin, they became perhaps the first people to observe cliones mating.

Akhenaten: Unfairly forgotten by his descendants, King Akhenaten was the first Egyptian reformer whose ideas were far ahead of his time he managed to change notions of religion, art, and politics.

Stolbovos World: Four hundred years ago, during the reign of the first Russian tsar, Mikhail Fydorovich Romanov, Russia and Sweden signed a long-awaited treaty for permanent peace. As it turns out, the truth about its contents has remained untold for more than three centuries.

Svetlana Antonova – National Geographic marketing and PR director
Site: www.nat-geo.ru  
See also
National Geographic Russia Issues Invitation to Photo Exhibition
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.

   
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