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He set out in February 1352 on camel and after 25 days, reached the dry salt mines of Taghaza. Ibn Battuta's sea voyages and references reveal that Muslims dominated the maritime activity of the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea and the Indian Ocean.
Dünyayı dolaşan İslam Seyyahı İbn-i Batuta
Seyahat etmeyi sevmeyenimiz var mıdır bilmiyorum ama ben çok severim. Yeni yerleri görmeyi, kültürlerini bilmediğim, yaşamlarına şahit olmadığım insanlarla tanışmayı, yaşadıkları yerleri, yaşam şekillerini görmeyi sevenlerdenim.

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