National Geographic June 1982


The Astonishing Armadillo
The little armored one – – a bizarre and rather endearing creature – – has become a key element in leprosy research conducted by author Eleanor E. Storrs and others. Photographs by Bianca Lavies.
Toledo- -El Greco’s Spain Lives On
The city that inspired some of Europe’s most memorable paintings remains a mysterious and haunting blend of Latin, Arab, and Jewish influences. By Louise E. Levathes and photographer James P. Blair, with a special portfolio – – The Genius of El Greco –
A Paradise Called the Palouse
Steep rolling hills of deep rich soil produce bumper harvests in this Northwest region also blessed with neighborly people. Barbara Austin and Phil Schofield reveal its history and beauty.
Preserving a Mountain Heritage
Sir Edmund Hillary, first to conquer Mount Everest, describes how the government of his native New Zealand worked with authorities in Nepal to create a park at the top of the world.
The Genius of El Greco
The paintings of El Greco became an inspiration for many modern artists. The director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington D. C. explains why the long misunderstood, 16th- century artist is recognized for his unique brilliance.
Mount Everest National Park { Park at the Top of the World}
Mountaineer Rick Ridgeway and photographer Nicholas deVore III find six- year- old Sagarmatha ( Mount Everest) National Park burdened by ever increasing numbers of visitors who come to trek its 480 square miles of Himalayan heights.
Namibia: Nearly a Nation?
The conundrum of Namibia, a country struggling to find its way to independence, sent Bryan Hodgson and Jim Brandenburg crisscrossing this corner of southwestern Africa. They discovered a land harsh in environment and politics, yet rich in diversity, wil;

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