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These were the routes which connect vast regions of Asia and linked Asia with Europe and N-Africa.

The silk route was majority used to transport Chinese silk to Europe through Central Asia from 2nd century BC.


Gold and silver travelled through the silk route.


Chines potteries travelled from china to other countries through this route.


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