Silk Road

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The Silk Road was a gaggle of historic commerce routes that related China and Europe. The Silk Road was used primarily from the one hundred’s B.C. to the A.D. 1500’s.The routes stretched throughout about 5,000 miles (eight,050 kilometers) of mountains and …

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Santa Fe Trail

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The Santa Fe <<SAN tuh FAY>> Trail was an extended path from Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Many merchants and vacationers used the path earlier than railroads have been constructed throughout the USA. The path was about 780 miles (1,260 kilometers) lengthy. When William …

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Route 66

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Route 66 is probably probably the most well-known freeway in america. It was formally named U.S. Freeway 66 in 1926. It prolonged almost 2,500 miles (four,000 kilometers) between Chicago and Los Angeles. Route 66 was one of many first paved highways. It crossed elements …

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Pan American Highway

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The Pan American Highway is a system of highways that hyperlinks North and South America. It extends from the USA-Mexico border to southern Chile. It additionally connects the east and west coasts of South America. As well as, it hyperlinks the capitals of …

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Kokoda Trail

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The Kokoda Trail is a mountain footpath in Papua New Guinea. It runs from the city of Kokoda to the Sogeri Plateau, about 25 miles (forty kilometers) east of Port Moresby. Port Moresby is the capital of Papua New Guinea. The Kokoda Trail …

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Chisholm Trail

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The Chisholm Trail was a well-known cattle transport route. Texas cowboys used the path in driving cattle herds north to the railroads in Kansas. In 1866, a dealer named Jesse Chisholm drove a wagon from Texas to his buying and selling publish …

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Appalachian National Scenic Trail

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The Appalachian National Scenic Trail is a footpath in america. It extends from Maine to Georgia. It’s about 2,000 miles (three,200 kilometers) lengthy.The path will get its identify from the Appalachian Mountains. It passes by way of 14 states, 2 nationwide parks, and …

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Alaska Highway

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The Alaska Highway is the one freeway that connects Alaska with the roads of the opposite U.S. states and Canada. The street runs between Dawson Creek in British Columbia and Delta Junction in Alaska. It stretches for 1,397 miles (2,248 kilometers). Connecting highways …

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