Where did the Silk Road end?
The Silk Road was an important conduit in the Middle Ages where elites and wealthy merchants transported luxury goods. Its heyday was in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.
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The eastern end of the Silk Road was in China, at the city of Beijing, although there was a second terminus at Shanghai at times. The western end of...
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