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Indigenous peoples: Stories to unite us | Global Words | Fishing - Yellow Water billabong, Kakadu National Park. Copyright Tourism NT

Indigenous peoples: Stories to unite us | Global Words | Fishing - Yellow Water billabong, Kakadu National Park. Copyright Tourism NT

Indigenous peoples: People, place, language and song | Global Words | Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu performing at St George’s Church, Brighton, May 2009. Photo by Greg Neate, CC BY 2.0

Indigenous peoples: People, place, language and song | Global Words | Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu performing at St George’s Church, Brighton, May 2009. Photo by Greg Neate, CC BY 2.0

A view of Rome on a sunny afternoon looking along the river. A bridge crosses the river and beyond it is a hill on which the grey dome of St. Peter's rises above ancient buildings and dark pine trees.

A view of Rome on a sunny afternoon looking along the river. A bridge crosses the river and beyond it is a hill on which the grey dome of St. Peter's rises above ancient buildings and dark pine trees.

From upper left: Jerusalem skyline viewed from Givat ha'Arba, a souq in the Old City, Mamilla, the Knesset, the Old City and the Dome of the Rock, the Tower of David and the Ottoman Old City walls and the Western Wall.

From upper left: Jerusalem skyline viewed from Givat ha'Arba, a souq in the Old City, Mamilla, the Knesset, the Old City and the Dome of the Rock, the Tower of David and the Ottoman Old City walls and the Western Wall.

Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri 'Sunrise chasing away the night'

Mick Namarari Tjapaltjarri 'Sunrise chasing away the night'

Frederick von Wigglebottom’s first adventure takes us to Alice Springs, a town in central Australia with heavy Aboriginal influences. “I tried to pick cities that are less well known, but big enough to have culture and unique characteristics,” Moldenhauer says. His geographical experience as a military intelligence agent—paired with extensive research about the sites—provides the factual base for each Spin the Globe story.

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Frederick von Wigglebottom’s first adventure takes us to Alice Springs, a town in central Australia with heavy Aboriginal influences. “I tried to pick cities that are less well known, but big enough to have culture and unique characteristics,” Moldenhauer says. His geographical experience as a military intelligence agent—paired with extensive research about the sites—provides the factual base for each Spin the Globe story.