Ancient and Medieval Travel
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Ancient and Medieval Travel

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    Eka A.
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    Eka A.

    The interesting line for is the forerunner of the modern passport. I do traveling but don't know the history. Read this topic how the story of travel history from early age to midages. Human do traveling to support their lives. Althought these days people do traveling for healing, to reduce the stress, or gain more knowledge etc.

    Luis Carlos P.
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    Luis Carlos P.

    Looking for food and scaping from danger is fine, but what about curiosity, exploring what is beyond montains, valleys, ocean shores, etc?

    Luis Carlos P.
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    Luis Carlos P.

    During Medieval times, the church was responsibe for adapting its facilities in order to house pilgrims. Also, during Csades, the church had already an organization not only to support to the ones going to Holy Land, but also to the ones returning from there too.

    Nico N.
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    Nico N.

    Essentially in Medieval and ancient times, travelling was a done out of necessity instead out of leisure since people were not aware of the world apart from their own. With the development of more sophisticated ways of communication, this has made people more aware of the world around them, igniting the curiosity of what's out there.

    Makanjuola I.
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    Makanjuola I.

    Tourism is as old as man it self and the first part of the world which tourism was first seen is Egypt. Egypt was known on tourism base on the tomb that was there which was a very good tourist attraction.

    Makanjuola I.
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    Makanjuola I.

    Assyrian was the first set of people to develop good road and better means of transportation so as to help tourist. All these development was what help the greek

    Makanjuola I.
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    Makanjuola I.

    The Greek was known for doing business. the greece are great people and their currency was one thing that help the in the tourism industries. pilgrim are people that travel on religions purpose. the pilgrims that travel through the roman empire understand some of the things (good roads, good currency, good transportation system and so on) the made their tour easy and remarkable.

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