Next Tuesday 13th. we give a shared lecture in the SPANISH GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, among Ramon Larramendi, Diego Cortijo and myself.
The SGE (Spanish Geographic Society) organizes at 19h in the auditorium of the Ramon Areces Foundation of Madrid (C/Vitrubio No.5), with 3 of its members, who have done a very special international expeditions.
Ramon Larramendi is the most known polar explorer in Spain, and this year has done a Non Stop travel of 3,500 km on a catamaran to cross the Antarctic continent, reaching the geographic South Pole, in full autonomy for 35 days in the most extreme conditions.
Diego Cortijo, whose photos of an uncontacted tribe in the Amazon have been around the world: He got pictures of an uncontacted tribe, the "Mashco pyro" in the Peruvian Amazon on an expedition to document unknown ruins and petroglyphs.
The conference is free.
Tuesday, March 13th., 2012. - 19:00 h.
Auditorium. Fundación Ramón Areces. C/Vitrubio No.5. Madrid.
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