#TeachNatGeo: Classrooms Around the World

The classroom is a sacred space. It may look different around the globe, but the classroom is a place where students come to learn, make friends, and get inspired. It can also be a haven, a shelter, and a place to eat. Here are six classrooms from around the world, from Nepal to New York.

1. Kathmandu, Nepal.

Sherpas

Photograph by Aaron Huey, National Geographic

2. Sarju, India

India Red Belt

Photograph by Lynsey Addario, National Geographic

3. Nairobi, Kenya

NGS Picture Id:2191023

Photograph by Deanne Fitzmaurice, National Geographic

4. Crimea, Ukraine

CRIMEA/MM7825,

Photograph by Gerd Ludwig, National Geographic

5. Meliandou, Guinea

Guinea for National Geographic Ebola Story

Photograph by Pete Muller, National Geographic

6. New York City, United States

NGS Picture Id:2188339

Photograph by Lynn Johnson, National Geographic

What does your classroom look like? What do you do to bring it to life? Use #TeachNatGeo on Facebook and Twitter to share your classrooms with us!

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