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The Travels of Marco Polo
 
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Classroom learning is not only enough for kids, Here TheOpenBook providing printable and online worksheets to help younger kids to learn their alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors and other basic skills. For more info visit our website: http://theopenbook.in/ Subscribe to our Channel : https://www.youtube.com/theopenbook Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/theopenbookedu Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/theopenbook Add Us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/108040655... Twitter : https://twitter.com/thenewopenbook blogger : https://smartedukids.blogspot.in/ The Travels of Marco Polo Born in Venice in 1254 Marco polo travelled with his father and uncle to Asia and chronicled his travels. He jocularly said “I did not write half of what I saw, for I knew I would not be believed” In this video we explore his life as a sailor and bring to light some lesser known facts about this seafarer. He left for Asia when he was hardly seventeen years old probably the youngest to take up a voyage of this magnitude and proportion. His mother died when he was only five and he met his father only when he was fifteen as the father and uncle were away on voyages. Two years later he took the most important journey of his life hardly knowing his co travelers. He travelled to Central Asia and China at a time when there were hardly any road maps or sea courses charted by man. When he returned from his journey he brought back memories of this new world discovered and helped in demystifying the culture, language and habits of the people of Asia and China. His travels were not a bed of roses. He faced numerous hardships some of which he mentioned in his memoirs. Though to many it may seem he was the first to explore Asia and China he wasn’t the first. Other European travelers had done it before him. In fact his father and uncle had travelled to China and met Kublai Kahn and this was a repeat of the journey to the kingdom. It is said that Kublai Khan was interested in learning about Christianity as he had heard a lot from the Polo family. The emperor wanted them to bring with them 100 Christians with whom he could discuss religion and the holy oil from Jerusalem. They managed to procure oil and took only Marco Polo with them. Marco Polo left home at age 17 and didn’t return to Venice for 24 years. Over the course of two decades, he travelled around 15,000 miles both on land along the Silk Road, and by sea, coming across parts of Asia and, if some highly controversial (and possibly forged) maps are to be believed, visited parts of the Alaskan coast. When he returned to Venice in1295 he found them at war with Genoa and took up arms for his motherland. He went to jail after a skirmish and there he met a romantic writer Rustichello of Pisa to whom he narrated his tales of adventure and after that the writer prepared the manuscript. It must be said that Marco Polo learnt many languages on his trips but he doesn’t mention Chinese as one of them. Marco Polo is credited with introducing paper money to Europe. Kublai Khan already had done so in China. He encountered many animals during his travels and is said to have brought the chow chow breed of dogs, musk deer and the yak hitherto unknown in Europe. During his travels, however, he found endless quantities of rare spices, costing virtually nothing. And while he may not have brought ice cream to Europe either, as some sources suggests, he does describe an early power shake. The Mongols reportedly dried milk, and, while riding, would add water to the milk in a flask. Riding with said flask would cause the mixture to churn, resulting in thick syrup. He believed in sorcery and evil spirits and is said to have met a number of astrologers in the court of Kublai Khan. He has a sheep breed named after him. maps are to be believed, visited parts of the Alaskan coast. When he returned to Venice in1295 he found them at war with Genoa and took up arms for his motherland. He went to jail after a skirmish and there he met a romantic writer Rustichello of Pisa to whom he narrated his tales of adventure and after that the writer prepared the manuscript. It must be said that Marco Polo learnt many languages on his trips but he doesn’t mention Chinese as one of them. Marco Polo is credited with introducing paper money to Europe. Kublai Khan already had done so in China. He encountered many animals during his travels and is said to have brought the chow chow breed of dogs, musk deer and the yak hitherto unknown in Europe. During his travels, however, he found endless quantities of rare spices, costing virtually nothing. And while he may not have brought ice cream to Europe either, as some sources suggests, he does describe an early power shake. The Mongols reportedly dried milk, and, while riding, would add water to the milk in a flask. Riding with said flask would cause the mixture to churn, resulting in thick syrup.
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history of Marco Polo 1271BC - 1295BC Maps
 
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history of Marco Polo 1271BC - 1295BC Maps maps referenced from : maps and used from the geacron.com i had asked for there permission to use there sites for educational and learned uses ! and check there site out : geacron.com and twitter :https://twitter.com/geacron perhaps check me out : support the groovy and subscribe i hope you all have enjoyed stay groovy. my channel : https://www.youtube.com/user/SuperTarihci/videos follow me : https://twitter.com/GroovyHistorian check out my groovy historical blog : http://officalgroovyhistorian.com/
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The Travels of Marco Polo (Pt. 2)
 
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Whilst in prison at the end of the Thirteenth Century Italian writer Rustichello da Pisa began to hear extraordinary tales from his cell mate. That man turned out to be a Venetian merchant named Marco Polo. The tales that Polo then narrated to Rustichello eventually became the ‘Book of the Marvels of the World’. Usually known to us today as ‘The Travels of Marco Polo’. This is Part Two of the Preface, concerning the travels of Marco Polo’s father and uncle. Music:- Kevin MacLeod - Ascending the Vale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD_TX8LqOTU This is an original work by the Thirteenth Century writer Rustichello da Pisa and Venetian trader and explorer Marco Polo. Written over seven hundred years ago to record Polo’s extraordinary travels for posterity it remains one of the most important chronicles of the Medieval World, especially in regards to European involvement in the rest of Eurasia. The words of this video come directly from Rustichello and Polo themselves, translated in the Nineteenth Century by Sir Henry Yule and slightly revised by Henri Cordier . You can read the full text here:- https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Travels_of_Marco_Polo#Preface This is a History Time production. Become a patron for as little as a dollar a month to vote on upcoming videos & help keep the channel going:- https://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK —Join the History Time community on social media:- Facebook Page:- https://www.facebook.com/HistoryTimeOfficial/ Facebook Group:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/410224606007519/ Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/historytime_ig/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/HistoryTimePete History Time is now a podcast. You can find us on iTunes. Are you a budding artist, illustrator, cartographer, or music producer? Send me a message! No matter how professional you are or even if you’re just starting out, I can always use new music and images in my videos. Get in touch! I’d love to hear from you. I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit.
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The Travels of Marco Polo (Pt. 1)
 
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Whilst in prison at the end of the Thirteenth Century Italian writer Rustichello da Pisa began to hear extraordinary tales from his cell mate. That man turned out to be a Venetian merchant named Marco Polo. The tales that Polo then narrated to Rustichello eventually became the ‘Book of the Marvels of the World’. Usually known to us today as ‘The Travels of Marco Polo’. This is Part One of the Preface entitled ‘How the Two Brothers Polo Set Forth from Constantinople to Traverse the World’ It concerns the travels of his father and his uncle and provides the necessary backdrop to the later journeys he embarked upon. Music:- Kevin MacLeod - Ascending the Vale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yD_TX8LqOTU Battle Lines http://www.purple-planet.com This is an original work by the Thirteenth Century writer Rustichello da Pisa and Venetian trader and explorer Marco Polo. Written over seven hundred years ago to record Polo’s extraordinary travels for posterity it remains one of the most important chronicles of the Medieval World, especially in regards to European involvement in the rest of Eurasia. The words of this video come directly from Rustichello and Polo themselves, translated in the Nineteenth Century by Sir Henry Yule and slightly revised by Henri Cordier . You can read the full text here:- https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Travels_of_Marco_Polo#Preface This is a History Time production. Become a patron for as little as a dollar a month to vote on upcoming videos & help keep the channel going:- https://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK —Join the History Time community on social media:- Facebook Page:- https://www.facebook.com/HistoryTimeOfficial/ Facebook Group:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/410224606007519/ Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/historytime_ig/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/HistoryTimePete History Time is now a podcast. You can find us on iTunes. Are you a budding artist, illustrator, cartographer, or music producer? Send me a message! No matter how professional you are or even if you’re just starting out, I can always use new music and images in my videos. Get in touch! I’d love to hear from you. I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit.
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The Travels of Ibn Battuta: Quotes, Book, Route, Map, Marco Polo (2002)
 
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After returning home from his travels in 1354, and at the suggestion of the Marinid ruler of Morocco, Abu Inan Faris, Ibn Battuta dictated an account of his journeys to Ibn Juzayy, a scholar whom he had previously met in Granada. The account is the only source for Ibn Battuta's adventures. The full title of the manuscript may be translated as A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and the Marvels of Travelling (تحفة النظار في غرائب الأمصار وعجائب الأسفار, Tuḥfat an-Nuẓẓār fī Gharāʾib al-Amṣār wa ʿAjāʾib al-Asfār).[123][i] However, it is often simply referred to as The Travels (الرحلة, Rihla),[125] in reference to a standard form of Arabic literature. There is no indication that Ibn Battuta made any notes or had any journal during his twenty-nine years of travelling. When he came to dictate an account of his experiences he had to rely on memory and manuscripts produced by earlier travellers. Ibn Juzayy did not acknowledge his sources and presented some of the earlier descriptions as Ibn Battuta's own observations. When describing Damascus, Mecca, Medina and some other places in the Middle East, he clearly copied passages from the account by the Andalusian Ibn Jubayr which had been written more than 150 years earlier.[126] Similarly, most of Ibn Juzayy's descriptions of places in Palestine were copied from an account by the 13th-century traveller Muhammad al-Abdari.[127] Scholars do not believe that Ibn Battuta visited all the places he described and argue that in order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, he relied on hearsay evidence and made use of accounts by earlier travellers. For example, it is considered very unlikely that Ibn Battuta made a trip up the Volga River from New Sarai to visit Bolghar[128] and there are serious doubts about a number of other journeys such as his trip to Sana'a in Yemen,[129] his journey from Balkh to Bistam in Khorasan[130] and his trip around Anatolia.[131] Ibn Battuta's claim that a Maghrebian called "Abu'l Barakat the Berber" converted the Maldives to Islam is contradicted by an entirely different story which says that the Maldives were converted to Islam after miracles were performed by a Tabrizi named Maulana Shaikh Yusuf Shams-ud-din according to the Tarikh, the official history of the Maldives.[132] Some scholars have also questioned whether he really visited China.[133] Ibn Battuta may have plagiarized entire sections of his descriptions of China lifted from works by other authors like "Masalik al-absar fi mamalik al-amsar" by Shihab al-Umari, Sulaiman al-Tajir, and possibly from Al Juwayni, Rashid al din and an Alexander romance and Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo's writings share extremely sections and themes, and some of the same commentary, it is also unlikely that the 3rd Caliph Uthman ibn Affan had someone with the exact identical name in China who was encountered by Ibn Battuta.[134] However, even if the Rihla is not fully based on what its author personally witnessed, it provides an important account of much of the 14th-century world. Sex slaves were used by Ibn Battuta such as in Delhi.[135] He wedded and divorced women and had children to sex slaves in Malabar, Delhi, and Bukhara.[136] Ibn Battuta insulted Greeks as "enemies of Allah", drunkards and "swine eaters", while at the same time in ephesus he purchased and used a Greek girl. who was one of his many slave girls in his "harem" through Byzantium, Khorasan, African, and Palestine.[137] It was two decades before he again returned to find out what happened to one of his wives and child in Damascus. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Battuta Image By Petar Milošević (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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MARCO POLO
 
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Marco? Polo! You know the game, but do you know the man? The 13th century merchant left his home city of Venice as a teenager to follow his father and uncle on the expedition of a lifetime. Traveling along the legendary Silk Road, the men journeyed deep into Asia to explore a land most Europeans could only dream of. Polo marveled at exotic animals, visited a palace made of gold, and even became an ambassador to Mongol ruler Kublai Khan! With the help of a writer named Rustichello, the adventurer recorded his exploits in The Travels of Marco Polo. The book became a bestseller, delighting European readers with its tales of danger and intrigue. Given Polo's tendency to exaggerate, some scholars question whether his account is more fiction than fact. But the impact of Polo's voyage is undisputed—it inspired later explorers, like Christopher Columbus, and helped usher in the Age of Exploration. Hit the road with Tim and Moby to learn more!
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Marco Polo Journeys [IgeoNews]
 
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Marco Polo was a Venetian merchant and traveler, famous for his travels to East Asia narrated in The Travels of Marco Polo, story unveiled in Medieval Europe the lands of Central Asia and China. Marco was born and learned to trade as his father and uncle, Niccolò and Maffeo, traveled through Asia and apparently met Kublai Khan. In 1269 both returned to Venice and first saw Marco. The three of them embarked on an epic journey to Asia, which visited Armenia, Persia and Afghanistan to China, traveling across the Silk Road. On the return journey they passed through the Strait of Hormuz since arriving in Venice in 1295 after a journey of 24 years in which they had traveled more than 24,000 km and returning laden with riches. On his return to Italy, Venice was at war with his rival, Genoa, and in the course of the conflict frame was captured and imprisoned by the Genoese. In 1298, during his time in prison, he met the writer Rustichello of Pisa, whom he related his fabulous trips, which were the subject of the book known primarily as Le divisament du monde, Livre des merveilles du monde, or Il milione. Released in 1299, Marco Polo became a wealthy merchant and member of the Grand Council of the Republic of Venice. He died in 1324 and was buried in the church of San Lorenzo in your city. The famous Venetian pioneer this travel inspired, among others, Christopher Columbus. Marco Polo Travel: • out of Venice. • Landing in Acre. • Walk through the Fertile Crescent to reach Tabriz. • Get to the imperial capital in Beijing • Go through China to reach Pagan in Burma. • Returns to Beijing where the return trip starts. • Walk south to Yangzhou. • Boarded in Zaitun. • Rodeo off the coast of southern China, Indochina, Malaya and Sumatra. • Cross the Bay of Bengal to Ceylon and on the coast of India to the Kathiawar Peninsula. • Final Landing Hormuz and again back to Tabriz. • Cross the Caucasus and shipped back in Trabzon. • saturates again returned to Constantinople and finally Venice. Contribute to the Project: http://igeo.tv/contribuye-al-proyecto/ http://igeo.tv/ Igeo TV en español: ver videos, agencia de noticias y venta de metraje en: http://www.youtube.com/user/igeotv
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tripwolf your iPhone travel guide - Now with offline maps!
 
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tripwolf is your mobile travel guide for hundreds of cities, regions and countries. All information is available offline: maps, reviews from other travelers and content from Marco Polo and Footprint travel guides. Includes Augmented Reality viewer and free updates of all guides in the future. ☆KEY FEATURES:☆ ✔ Access to hundreds of city, region and country travel guides ✔ Helps you avoid roaming charges: all guides, features and maps are available without connection to the internet! ✔ Offline Maps are available for all destination guides ✔ Localization feature on the map to show where exactly you are ("You are here") ✔ Augmented Reality Viewer ✔ Travel guide content from renowned publishers Marco Polo, Footprint and thousands of travelers ✔ Vote, write reviews and upload photos to share with other travelers ✔ Free updates of any guide at anytime ✔ Download options: "Text only", "Text+ Offline Map" or "Text, Offline Map + Pictures" available (choose the data volume you want) Here are some of our tripwolf users' favorite travel guides: • Barcelona City Guide • Paris City Guide • New York City Guide • Vienna City Guide • Berlin City Guide • Rome City Guide • London City Guide • Italy Country Guide • Madrid City Guide More info: http://www.tripwolf.com/en/page/iphone
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Maps for Travelers
 
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Looking for travel maps? Le TRAVEL STORE has street maps, city maps, road maps, rail maps, atlases and wall maps for destinations in Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America and North America. Brands include Michelin, Borch, ITMB, Rand McNally, Rick Steves, PopUp and Streetwise. Bill Keller shows our selection here.
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The Travels of Marco Polo (Pt. 3)
 
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Whilst in prison at the end of the Thirteenth Century Italian writer Rustichello da Pisa began to hear extraordinary tales from his cell mate. That man turned out to be a Venetian merchant named Marco Polo. The tales that Polo then narrated to Rustichello eventually became the ‘Book of the Marvels of the World’. Usually known to us today as ‘The Travels of Marco Polo’. This is Part Two of the Preface, concerning the travels of Marco Polo’s father and uncle. Music- Kevin MacLeod - Ryno’s Theme https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6LoR3o2oL4 Kevin MacLeod - Crowd Hammer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CW2vCJdoegw This is an original work by the Thirteenth Century writer Rustichello da Pisa and Venetian trader and explorer Marco Polo. Written over seven hundred years ago to record Polo’s extraordinary travels for posterity it remains one of the most important chronicles of the Medieval World, especially in regards to European involvement in the rest of Eurasia. The words of this video come directly from Rustichello and Polo themselves, translated in the Nineteenth Century by Sir Henry Yule and slightly revised by Henri Cordier . You can read the full text here:- https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Travels_of_Marco_Polo#Preface This is a History Time production. Become a patron for as little as a dollar a month to vote on upcoming videos & help keep the channel going:- https://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK —Join the History Time community on social media:- Facebook Page:- https://www.facebook.com/HistoryTimeOfficial/ Facebook Group:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/410224606007519/ Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/historytime_ig/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/HistoryTimePete History Time is now a podcast. You can find us on iTunes. Are you a budding artist, illustrator, cartographer, or music producer? Send me a message! No matter how professional you are or even if you’re just starting out, I can always use new music and images in my videos. Get in touch! I’d love to hear from you. I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit.
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Explorers: Marco Polo
 
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See the explorations of the Venetian native Marco Polo.
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Amsterdam City Map 1:15.000 / Marco Polo Euro City Maps
 
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http://www.bibleinmylanguage.com/Amsterdam-City-Map-115000-Marco-Polo-Euro-City-Maps_p_3548.html Amsterdam City Map 1:15.000 / Marco Polo Euro City Maps Product Details Map Publisher: Marco Polo (2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 382799912X ISBN-13: 978-3827999122 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heHlLiZ_GCc
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Venice Offline Travel Map App
 
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Venice Offline Map is your ultimate Venice travel mate, offline city map, subway map, airport map, top 10 new york attractions selected, this app provides you great seamless travel experience in Venice. Offline GPS tracking locates your position in Venice real time. The most important feature is: NO Wifi, NO 3G and NO Data Roaming needed. 100% Offline. Save you expensive roaming service fee when you travel internationally. Address bookmark helps you prepare your trip beforehand. Travel toolbox includes city local time, weather forecast and currency converter. Navigation package works offline too, including pedestrian, car and bicycle mode. With this app, you can easily travel in Venice area without any guide. Venice Top 10 Attractions: 1, Saint Mark's Basilica 2, Grand Canal 3, Rialto Bridge 4, Teatro La Fenice 5, St. Mark's Square 6, Bridge of Sighs 7, Doge's Palace 8, Frari Basilica 9, Peggy Guggenheim Collection 10, Correr Civic Museum http://www.greenlake.co https://www.facebook.com/greenlaketech Download link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/venice-offline-map-city-metro/id955510293?ls=1&mt=8
ETS 2 MOUNTAIN MAP Marco Polo G7 Driving
 
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Hello guys , MOUNTAIN DRIVING Marco Polo G7 THE EXPERT GAMER
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Once upon a time 11-  the travels of marco polo
 
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A French animated TV series from 1978 directed by Albert Barillé explaining the world history in a format designed for children. The action focuses around one group. The same familiar characters appear in all episodes as they deal with the problems of their time. I enjoyed watching this series when I was little, So I guess you are.
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【K】China Travel-Hangzhou[중국여행-항저우]대운하 따라 들어선 동네/City of Water/Marco Polo/Pingjiang's Map/Prefecture
 
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■ KBS 걸어서 세계속으로 PD들이 직접 만든 해외여행전문 유투브 채널 【Everywhere, K】 ■ The Travels of Nearly Everywhere! 10,000 of HD world travel video clips with English subtitle! (Click on 'subtitles/CC' button) ■ '구독' 버튼을 누르고 10,000여 개의 생생한 【HD】영상을 공유 해 보세요! (Click on 'setting'-'quality'- 【1080P HD】 ! / 더보기 SHOW MORE ↓↓↓) ● Subscribe to YOUTUBE - http://goo.gl/thktbU ● Follow me on TWITTER - https://goo.gl/npQdxL ● Like us on FACEBOOK - http://goo.gl/UKHX33 ● KBS 걸어서세계속으로 홈페이지 - http://travel.kbs.co.kr [한국어 정보] 북으로 양쯔강을 접하고 있는 쑤저우는 마르코폴로가 ‘동양의 베니스’로 불렀던 물의 도시이다. 쑤저우 전체가 운하의 도시인 것은 남송 때 만든 평강도 석판에 잘 나타나 있다. 평강도에서 하얀 부분은 모두 운하이고 그 운하를 가로 지르는 것들은 다리이다. 동네를 뜻하는 방(坊)은 운하와 도로로 구획된 네모난 구역을 일컫는 말이다. 쑤저우에서는 대부분의 집들이 운하와 닿아 있다. 운하는 집 곁에 있는 도로와 마찬가지 인 듯하다. “수저우는 하천이 많은 도시입니다. 여기는 도시 안에 있는 하천이죠. 도시 안에 다리가 386개나 있습니다. 해방 전에는 하천이 50km에 달하고 뱃길이 101개였습니다.“ 가축의 힘만으로 짐을 날라야 했던 시절에 집까지 연결된 운하는 얼마나 편리했을까? 요즘으로 치면 가정마다 자동차를 가진 것과 같았을 것이다. [English: Google Translator] Suzhou bordering the Yangtze River to the north is called by Marco Polo is a city of water 'Venice of the East'. Suzhou is a city full of canals is also illustrated in the peace slabs made when the Southern Song. White is also part of the peace canal and all the things that cross the canal bridge. Room, which means neighborhood (坊) is said to refer to a canal and road blocks square area. In Suzhou in contact with most of the canal houses. Canal seems to be the same as the home side roads. "This spoon is a crying river cities. Here's a river in the city. There is a bridge 386 dogs in the city. The Seaway was freed before the river reaches 101 to 50km. "Did canal connected to the home in the days that force alone carry the burden of livestock How convenient? That would have seemed to hit home with every car nowadays. [Chinese: Google Translator] 苏州毗邻长江以北被称为马可·波罗是一个城市的水“东方威尼斯”。苏州是一座充满运河也说明在取得时,南宋和平板。怀特也是和平渠和所有跨运河桥的事情的一部分。房,这就意味着居委会(坊),据说指运河和路障正方形区域。在苏州与大多数的运河房屋的接触。管似乎是相同的家辅路。 “这个勺子是一个爱哭的河流城市。这里是在城市的河流。有一座桥386狗在城市的航道被释放前河达到10150公里。”难道运河连接家中的天力独扛牲畜的负担如何方便?这本来似乎每打车回家现在。 [Information] ■클립명: 아시아037-중국16-05 대운하 물길따라 들어선 동네/City of Water/Irrigation/Marco Polo/Pingjiang's Map/ Prefecture/Pingjiangtu ■여행, 촬영, 편집, 원고: 노윤구 PD (travel, filming, editing, writing: KBS TV Producer) ■촬영일자: 2013년 10월 October [Keywords] 아시아,Asia,동북아시아,중국,China,노윤구,2013,10월 October,장쑤성,Jiangsu
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The Travels of Marco Polo (Pt. 4)
 
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Whilst in prison at the end of the Thirteenth Century Italian writer Rustichello da Pisa began to hear extraordinary tales from his cell mate. That man turned out to be a Venetian merchant named Marco Polo. The tales that Polo then narrated to Rustichello eventually became the ‘Book of the Marvels of the World’. Usually known to us today as ‘The Travels of Marco Polo’. This is Part Two of the Preface, concerning the travels of Marco Polo’s father and uncle. Music- Kevin MacLeod - At Rest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfQpCbvO02g Kevin Macleod - Intrepid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pfpdtY_TbI Kevin MacLeod - Shenyang https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpeLtsZQIRY This is an original work by the Thirteenth Century writer Rustichello da Pisa and Venetian trader and explorer Marco Polo. Written over seven hundred years ago to record Polo’s extraordinary travels for posterity it remains one of the most important chronicles of the Medieval World, especially in regards to European involvement in the rest of Eurasia. The words of this video come directly from Rustichello and Polo themselves, translated in the Nineteenth Century by Sir Henry Yule and slightly revised by Henri Cordier . You can read the full text here:- https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Travels_of_Marco_Polo#Preface This is a History Time production. Become a patron for as little as a dollar a month to vote on upcoming videos & help keep the channel going:- https://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK —Join the History Time community on social media:- Facebook Page:- https://www.facebook.com/HistoryTimeOfficial/ Facebook Group:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/410224606007519/ Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/historytime_ig/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/HistoryTimePete History Time is now a podcast. You can find us on iTunes. Are you a budding artist, illustrator, cartographer, or music producer? Send me a message! No matter how professional you are or even if you’re just starting out, I can always use new music and images in my videos. Get in touch! I’d love to hear from you. I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit.
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