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Nat Geo Live! Florian´s Into the Arctic Kingdom - sold out
Over 7500 visitors joined Florian "Into the Arctic Kingdom".
National Geographic reports that Florian’s Arctic shows were the best attended performances in the twenty-year history of their speakers’ series in Seattle.
Message from Florian: It was so much fun to present 3 nights in a row with National Geographic Live in Seattle at sold-out Benaroya Hall . So great to have the two boys and Emil there also. The Seattle audience was just amazing! We love you! Thanks for the laughs, cheers and intermittent applause - you created an atmosphere that made it easy to be myself and present my show "Into The Arctic Kingdom!" It was work from over 10 years in the #arctic , including some previews of our new film work. Thanks for helping spread the conservation message to protect the #ArcticRefuge !
Photos by Robert Wade
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