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Tearing Up the Silk Road

Tearing Up the Silk Road by Tom Coote, ISBN: 9781859643006
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ISBN: 9781859643006
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Tearing Up the Silk Road

This irreverent travelogue details a journey along the ancient trade routes from China to Istanbul, through Central Asia, Iran and the Caucasus. This area is just opening up to tourism, and is becoming increasingly appealing to independent travellers. The book will have a unique appeal for those seeking to explore these new areas.

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