27 November 2017

National Geographic Traveler Opens Photo Exhibition

National Geographic Traveler magazine is inviting the public to view its Points on the Map photo exhibition, currently on display at the Metropolis shopping center.

The tundra of Yamal, the lakes of Altai, and islands of the Laptev Sea these are among Russias most beautiful places that National Geographic Traveler has marked on the map. The exhibition, organized with support from Ford Sollers, depicts the countrys most amazing locations. Many are considered inaccessible, but in fact, only a car and an adventurous spirit are needed to get there.

An audio guide (downloadable with a QR code) supplements the photographs with a wealth of interesting facts about each location on the map.

Visitors will find the exhibition on the first floor of the Metropolis shopping center, located at Leningradskoye Shosse, bldg. 16a, structure 4. It is open from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. daily through November 30. Admission is free.

Svetlana Antonova – National Geographic marketing and PR director
See also
Domashny Ochag Releases Festive Special Issue
Domashny Ochag Releases Festive Special Issue
Features 100 columns on how to celebrate the New Year.
Esquire Held Public Talk in London
Esquire Held Public Talk in London
Event was part of Russian Film Week.
Esquire and Rive Gauche Hold Antidepressant Party
Esquire and Rive Gauche Hold Antidepressant Party
Event was held in honor of perfumer Alessandro Gualtieris arrival in Moscow.
Popular Mechanics at Non-Fiction Literature Fair
Popular Mechanics at Non-Fiction Literature Fair
Magazine presented its series of books.

   
Independent Mediaweb-editor@imedia.ruPhones: (495) 252 09 99Bolshoy Savvinsky Pereulok, 12/6, Moscow