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Moving along the Malay coast, the convoy of Ibn Battuta anchored at the port city of Samudra, the Sumatran Port. He spent a few weeks on the island and left for China in April 1346. Ibn Battuta also refers to the island as Java.
The home country of pasta, renaissance palace and impressive roman ruins, Italy is truly a mesmerizing country that offers beyond the expectations of the visitors. There are several interesting sights that travellers can visit and also enjoy some exclusive scenes of nature. Located in Southern Europe, the country comprises of a boot shaped peninsula and also several islands like Sardinia and Sicily.
Nicknamed the "Aloha State", Hawaii is the perfect destination for a couple's getaway or a fun-filled family vacation. The natural beauty of Hawaii, its sun-kissed beaches and clear blue waters, are quite enticing and the vibrant culture and hospitality of Hawaii makes visitors feel completely at home.
One of the most captivating countries of Europe, Spain leaves visitors with everlasting memories. Be it the medieval streets or the laidback atmosphere, travellers enjoy every bit of their stay in this mesmerizing destination. Spain has been under various rulers and has a multicultural history that visitors will love to explore. Ibn Battuta visited Spain during 1349.
1. The Great Wall is NOT a single, continuous wall build all at once. The "wall" is a collection of wall segments built by various dynasties.
On leaving China to travel back to Morocco, Ibn Battuta made a brief visit to Sardinia. This was the only Latin Christian destination that Ibn Battuta visited. Sardinia is a part of Italy and a large island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, a part of the Mediterranean Sea. An excellent destination for those who love water sports and seaside vacations, Sardinia is a great place to visit. Travelers visiting the island will definitely enjoy their stay and some fabulous natural scenes. The island boasts of a coastline 1,849 Km in long.
Located at the confluence of two seas and two continents, and placed along the Moroccan Coast, the city of Ceuta enjoys a perfect Mediterranean climate. Travelers can spend their time unwinding themselves and exploring everything the city has to offer.
Nestled in the shadows of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Granada spreads over two mountain ranges, the Alhambra and the Albaicín. Home to the University of Granada, the city also attracts a large number of students yearly.
Characterized by dramatic peaks and enchanting architecture, Ronda is set around a deep canyon.
Ibn Battuta, on leaving Gibraltar, visited the town of Ronda in Spain. The city is segregated into two parts by a deep gorge and connected by a beautiful arched bridge called Puente Nuevo.
Blending the traditional Chinese culture with modern lifestyle, Quanzhou is a mesmerizing coastal city in the Fujian Province. The city is popular for its cultural and historical sites. The city served as the starting point in the sea route of the Silk Route. The location of the city is such that it has seen the presence of several cultures since ancient times.
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