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Nellie Bly, 1890.
娜丽.布莱 (摄于1890年)

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娜丽.布莱 (Nellie Bly) 环游世界
1890
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你知道环游世界要花多久的时间吗?一个名叫娜丽.布莱的记者知道答案。在1890125日,当布莱在距离她出发证明她能够在80天内环游世界一周之后的726小时11分钟又14秒,布莱从纽约的一列火车上缓缓走下,四周的警察正拦住周遭围观的群众,为布莱清出一条路。为什么她要做这件事?她又是怎么做到的呢?


How long does it take to travel all the way around the world? Reporter Nellie Bly found out. On January 25, 1890, police cleared a path through a cheering crowd as Bly stepped off a train in New York just 72 days, 6 hours, 11 minutes, and 14 seconds after setting sail to prove she could circle the globe in less than 80 days. Why and how did she do it?

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