The Travels of Ibn Battuta

The link below gives you access to a Berkeley publication that lays out in great detail, the 30-year long trim of Ibn Battuta.  All of the interesting places and people he encountered are covered in sequential order, and accompanied by passages of his own words from the original book that has been translated from Arabic to English. 

The Travels of Ibn Battuta (UC Berkeley publication)


Ibn Battuta: The Greatest Explorere of all time - a short summary of his travels


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