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Map

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Transcript of Map

The Travels of Ibn Battuta
Ocean of Darkness
Africa
Mediterranean Sea
S a h a r a
Empire Of The
Great Khan
China
India
Indian Ocean
Borneo
Sumatra
South China Sea
Asia
Mali Sultanate
Europe
Arabian Sea
1332-46
Taiwan
Dehli Sultanate
1349-53
Chaghati
Khanate
Kipchak Khanate
Byzantium
Mamluk
Egypt
Beijing
Hangzhou
Quanzhou
Fujian
Vietnam
Burma
Sylhet
Bengal
Dehli
Utan
Pradesh
Khambat
Deccan
Honovar
Utarra
Kannada
Khozikode
Sri Lanka
Adam's Peak
Maldives
Bay of Bengal
Pakistan
Afghanistan
Balkh
Tajikistan
Sig Heil
DA MADERLAND
Bukhara
Samarkand
Uzbekistan
Aral sea
UCK
Persia
Iran

Maldives
Isfahan
Caspian
Sea

1325-27
1330-32
Baghdad
Shiraz
Astrakham
Azov
Feodosiya
Sinop
Constantinople
Anatolia
Konya
Alanya
Atanyla
Bulgaria
Hagia
Sophia
Alexandria
Cairo
Bethleham
Jerusalem
Damascus
Medina
Jeddah
Dhofar
Tunis
Algiers
Tenes
Tlemcen
calgiarli
Fes
Tangiers
Granada
Malaga
Gibraltar
Sijitmasa
Mecca
Marakech
Taghaza
Qualata
Timbkutu
Gao
Takedda
I-n-Azoua
Milliana
Zeila
Mogadishu
Mombasa
Zanzibar
Kilwa
Oman
Latakia
Yemen
Taizz
Zabid
Aden
Sana
Qatta
Al-hassa
Basra
Zagros Mts
Mosul
Najaf
Tabriz

Mecca and Medina
Ibn Battuta, like Muslims, traveled to Mecca for
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