On January 28, 06:00 pm, I will hold a lecture about the Sven Hedin Project at Värmland’s Museum in Karlstad, Sweden. This lecture is part of a series of events connected to the National Geographic 125 Years exhibition that is on show until May 2015. The exhibition has been in Denmark, USA, Italy, Russia, China and is exclusive in Sweden to Värmland’s Museum. It is free entrance to my lecture that starts when the exhibitions closes at 06:00 pm. This is a great opportunity to first watch this fantastic exhibition, featuring more than 100 photographs from National Geographic magazine, and then listen to my lecture.
(Photo: Lars Sjöqvist)
The National Geographic Society was founded in 1888 to expand and share geographic and scientific knowledge and the spirit of exploration that is reflected throughout the exhibition. Visitors will be introduced to many legendary and contemporary explorers who dared to go where others had not. From Jacques Cousteau’s revelations of life under the sea to James Cameron’s recent record-breaking descent to the floor of the Mariana Trench, visitors can interact with stories and images that have inspired, informed and entertained generations worldwide.
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