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  2. The Travels of Marco Polo - Wikipedia

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    "Polian East" [citation needed]), in English commonly called The Travels of Marco Polo, is a 13th-century travelogue written down by Rustichello da Pisa from stories told by Italian explorer Marco Polo, describing Polo's travels through Asia between 1271 and 1295, and his experiences at the court of Kublai Khan.

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  3. Marco Polo - Wikipedia

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    Marco Polo was born around 1254 in Venice, capital of the Venetian Republic. His father, Niccolò Polo, had his household in Venice and left Marco's mother pregnant in order to travel to Asia with his brother Maffeo Polo.

    • Fantina, Bellela and Moretta
    • Merchant, explorer, writer
  4. Marco Polo born in September 15,1254 and died in January 8,1324 was an Italian trader and explorer. He was one of the first Europeans to explore East Asia. Many other explorers, including Christopher Columbus, looked up to him. He could speak four languages. Marco Polo was known for the book Travels of Marco Polo where he talked about Asia.

  5. File:Travels of Marco Polo.svg - Wikimedia Commons

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    Usage on es.wikipedia.org Ruta de la seda; Usage on fr.wikipedia.org Marco Polo; Usage on gl.wikipedia.org Le Divisament dou monde; Usage on it.wikipedia.org Discussione:Il Milione; Usage on sh.wikipedia.org Livre des Merveilles du Monde; Usage on tr.wikipedia.org Marco Polo'nun Gezileri; Usage on vi.wikipedia.org Marco Polo du ký

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  6. Marco Polo – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Marco Polo nasceu em 1254, [nota 1] [7] na República de Veneza. [8] A data e localização exatas são desconhecidas. [9] [10] Alguns historiadores mencionam que nasceu em 15 de setembro, [11] mas tal hipótese não é apoiada pela maioria dos acadêmicos.

  7. Marco Polo – Wikipedia tiếng Việt

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    Quyển Marco Polo du ký đã được tiểu thuyết hoá trong Messer Marco Polo của Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne và tiểu thuyết năm 1984 của Gary Jennings The Journeyer. Polo cũng xuất hiện với tư cách một nhân vật chính trong tiểu thuyết của Italo Calvino Invisible Cities.

    • Venezia (Ý)
    • c. 1254, Venice, Cộng hoà Venezia
  8. Marco Polo (disambiguation) - Wikipedia

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    Marco Polo, a label of the Naxos Records music group; Television. Marco Polo, missing 1964 serial of Doctor Who; Marco Polo, 1982 American-Italian television mini-series "Marco Polo" (Modern Family), episode from the TV series Modern Family "Marco Polo" (The Sopranos), episode from the TV series The Sopranos

  9. Rustichello da Pisa - Wikipedia

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    Rustichello da Pisa, also known as Rusticiano (fl. late 13th century), was an Italian romance writer in Franco-Italian language. He is best known for cowriting Marco Polo's autobiography, The Travels of Marco Polo, while they were in prison together in Genoa.

  10. Category:Marco Polo - Wikimedia Commons

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    Media in category "Marco Polo" The following 52 files are in this category, out of 52 total.

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    • Italian merchant, explorer, writer and diplomat
  11. Marco Polo Bridge - Wikipedia

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    The name "Marco Polo Bridge" derives from its appearance in Marco Polo's book of travels, where he praised it highly. The names "Lugou" or "Lukou Bridge" and "Lugouqiao" or "Lukouchiao" derive from Lugou, a former name of the Yongding. In old bilingual plates, the bridge was also named as "Lu Kow Kiao".

    • 1698
    • 266.5 m