National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE LAKES OF SAO MIGUEL BESPEAK THE VOLCANIC ORIGIN OF THE AZORES Violent earthquakes have rocked this lovely valley of Furnas. Actually it is a treacherous crater, whose rugged walls cup a turquoise pool. An exhilarating climate, even in summer, and bubbling hot waters have attracted health seekers to the resort for hundreds of years (see Color Plate VII). 0 National Geographic Society natural toior rnorograpns oy vvnneim lormen HORTA IS A NERVE CENTER FOR TRANSATLANTIC CABLES On tiny Fayal Island, six companies, representing five nations, operate in one communications building. One of the largest cable stations in the world, it is a clearing house for a network of 15 undersea lines. Colonel and Mrs. Lindbergh landed here on their round-the-Atlantic survey.