Nakladatelství NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
November 1994, Vol. 186, No. 5
When the Greeks Went West
By Rick Gore
Nearly 3,000 years ago, Greek settlers crossed the sea to colonize southern Italy and Sicily. The ruins of their cities proclaim a golden realm that, for a time, out-shone Athens itslf.
The Song of Oaxaca
By Sandra Dibble
In the remote villages od Mexico´s most ethnicaly diverse state, peasant farmers cling to ancient traditions as well as age-old feuds. Music exerts the power to bring the people together.
Buffalo: Back Home on the Range
By Bryan Hodgson
Allbut wiped out a century agy, the American bison in winning the West as others discover what the Plains Indians have long Known: The powerful animals are ideally adapted to the region.
Madeira Toasts the Future
By John McCarry
The pace of life quickens on these lush islands of Portugal, whose membership in the European Union raises hope of new prosperity yet threatens traditional livehoods.
Rebirth of a Deep-sea Vent
By Richard A. Lutz
Descending to the Pacific seafloor, scientists have for the first time observed a volcanic eruptiopn and its aftermath: the creation of living colonies of stranger-than-fiction organism.
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