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Unique Expedition Starts Soon
7.05.2008 12:56
Unique Expedition Starts Soon

Russian geographic society will soon start the largest international science and research mission to the Dark Continent within last 10 years.
      The expedition is held within global UNESCO programme World Cultural and Natural Heritage. Several cross-country vehicles will travel through 45 countries of Europe, Middle East and Africa, including 27 African states.
      Total mileage of this difficult journey exceeds 30 thousand miles. Expedition starts in January 2009 on St. Petersburgs Dvortsovaya Square. The crew includes famous travelers, medics, ethnographers and archeologists. They will collect information about poorly studied peoples of Africa and test telecommunication and navigation equipment.
      Source: Science & Life


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