Travels in the Land of Kubilai Khan

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A profound influence in medieval Europe’s view of the wider world, this 13th century account of a Venetian merchant’s amazing experiences in the court of the great Mongol leader, Kubilai Khan, remains one of the most fascinating tales of exploration ever written.

ISBN: 9780141023861 Author: Polo, Marco Publisher: Penguin Publication Date: 25th August 2005 Imprint: Penguin Books Cover: Paperback Dewey: 915.0422 (edition:22) Pages: 95 Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subjects: , , ,

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A profound influence on medieval Europe’s view of the wider world, this thirteenth-century account of a Venetian merchant’s amazing experiences in the court of the great Mongol leader, Kubilai Khan, remains one of the most fascinating tales of exploration ever written.

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