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Dr. Albert Lin embarks on a high-tech adventure to revolutionize archaeology, utilizing ground-penetrating radar, LiDar and 3D scanning. Lin is an a National Geographic Explorer, an award-winning scientist, a technologist, and an adventurer with a knack as a storyteller for resurrecting legendary cities still hidden beneath the earth. In "Lost Cities With Albert Lin," he joins boots-on-the ground archaeologists to discover unexcavated civilizations. Lin attempts to locate the headquarters of the Knights Templar in Acre, Israel. He looks for the fabled city of El Dorado in the jungles of Colombia. His adventure takes him to the archaeological site of Waqrapukara in the Peruvian Andes. In the United Kingdom, he explores the Mesolithic site of Blick Mead, near Stonehenge, to perhaps find out why one of the world's most famous monuments was built. The six-part global series sends Dr. Albert Lin on a mission to uncover and resolve mysteries at the most extraordinary sites of antiquity.

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aired 53 days ago
Albert Lin travels to Petra, Jordan, to discover the origins of the famous city; he learns that it was built by the Nabataeans and reveals that the ancient city of Petra was part of a much larger network than he had ever imagined.
aired 53 days ago
Dr. Albert Lin uncovers a lost city that predates Stonehenge by 4,000 years; the "Manhattan" of its day, Blick Mead could hold the secret to why one of the world's most famous monuments was built.
aired 53 days ago
Albert Lin travels to Micronesia, in the heart of the Pacific Ocean, to uncover the ancient island city of Nan Madol.
aired 53 days ago
Albert Lin travels to Colombia to find out the truth about the legendary city of El Dorado.
aired 53 days ago
National Geographic explorer and scientist Albert Lin travels to Acre, Israel, in search of the lost fortunes of the mysterious Knights Templar.
aired 138 days ago
Albert Lin travels to the Peruvian mountains to discover the origins of Machu Picchu; Albert finds evidence of people who came before the Incas and reveals that the Inca city may have been inspired by another even older civilization.

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