In September 1353, the Sultan of Morocco, Abu Inan Faris, sent word to one of his subjects, a legal scholar named Ibn Battuta, to return home back to Tangiers. It would be the first time Battuta would spend a significant amount of time in his homeland since he had left to go on pilgrimage to Mecca nearly thirty years before in 1325. During that three decade period, Battuta, a well educated Islamic Scholar from a wealthy family, had travelled across the entirety of the Muslim world, and even beyond, to the Eastern Roman capital of Constantinople, and even China. During his lifetime, he journeyed across a total of forty modern day counties, a distance of well over 70,000 miles, spending a significant amount of time in every place he visited. He visited Egypt, Arabia, East Africa, Anatolia, Russia, Iran, Afghanistan, India, China, South East Asia, Spain and even traversed the Saharan Desert to arrive in West Africa before he finally returned home to recant his life story to the scholar Ibn Juzayy, who had been instructed by the Sultan to record the incredible journey for posterity. Recommended Reading:- The Travels of Ibn Battuta, Ibn Battuta The Silk Roads: A New History of the World, Peter Francopan If you liked this video and have as little as a dollar to spare then please consider supporting me on Patreon for more and better content in the future:- http://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK Are you a budding artist, illustrator, cartographer, or music producer? Send me a message! No matter how professional you are or even if you’re just starting out, I can always use new music and images in my videos. Get in touch! I’d love to hear from you. I've also compiled a reading list of my favourite history books via the Amazon influencer program. If you do choose to purchase any of these incredible sources of information, many of which form the basis of my videos, then Amazon will send me a tiny fraction of the earnings (as long as you do it through the link) (this means more and better content in the future) I'll keep adding to and updating the list as time goes on:- https://www.amazon.com/shop/historytime I try to use copyright free images at all times. However if I have used any of your artwork or maps then please don't hesitate to contact me and I’ll be more than happy to give the appropriate credit. —I’m a science fiction author. Like my Facebook Page to see what I’m up to:- https://www.facebook.com/petekellywriter/ —Join the History Time community on social media:- Patreon:- https://www.patreon.com/historytimeUK Facebook Page:- https://www.facebook.com/HistoryTimeOfficial Facebook Group:- https://www.facebook.com/groups/410224606007519/learning_content/ Instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/historytime_ig/ Twitter:- https://twitter.com/HistoryTimePete
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Series of documentary travelogues following in the footsteps of 14th Century Moroccan scholar Ibn Battuta, who covered 75,000 miles, 40 countries and three continents in a 30-year odyssey.
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Ibn Battuta – The Greatest Explorer of All time Born in Tangier, Morocco, Ibn Battuta came of age in a family of Islamic judges. In 1325, at age 21, he left his homeland for the Middle East. He intended to complete his hajj—the Muslim pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca—but he also wished to study Islamic law along the way. Battuta began his journey riding solo on a donkey, but soon linked up with a pilgrim caravan as it snaked its way east across North Africa. In Egypt, Battuta studied Islamic law and toured Alexandria and the metropolis of Cairo, which he called “peerless in beauty and splendor.” He then continued on to Mecca, where he took part in the hajj. Having completed his pilgrimage, he decided to continue wandering the Muslim world, or “Dar al-Islam.” Battuta claimed to be driven by a dream in which a large bird took him on its wing and “made a long flight towards the east…and left me there.” Battuta’s next few years were a whirlwind of travel. He joined a caravan and toured Persia and Iraq, and ventured north to what is now Azerbaijan. Following a sojourn in Mecca, he trekked across Yemen and made a sea voyage to the Horn of Africa. From there, he visited the Somali city of Mogadishu before dipping below the equator and exploring the coasts of Kenya and Tanzania. Upon leaving Africa, Battuta hatched a plan to travel to India, where he hoped to secure a lucrative post as a “qadi,” or Islamic judge. He followed a winding route east, first cutting through Egypt and Syria before sailing for Turkey. From Turkey, Battuta crossed the Black Sea and entered the domain of a Golden Horde Khan known as Uzbeg. Battuta next traveled east across the Eurasian steppe before entering India via Afghanistan and the Hindu Kush. Muhammad Tughluq, a Sultan in Delhi, made Battuta as his envoy to the Mongol court of China. After making a stopover in Sri Lanka, he rode merchant vessels through Southeast Asia. In 1345, four years after first leaving India, he arrived at the bustling Chinese port of Quanzhou. He finally turned around and journeyed home to Morocco, arriving back in Tangier in 1349. He then embarked on a multi-year excursion across the Sahara to the Mali Empire, where he visited Timbuktu. Battuta had never kept journals during his adventures, but when he returned to Morocco for good in 1354, the country’s sultan ordered him to compile a travelogue. He spent the next year dictating his story to a writer named Ibn Juzayy. The result was an oral history called A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and the Marvels of Traveling, better known as the Rihla (or “travels”). Following the completion of the Rihla, Ibn Battuta all but vanished from the historical record. He is believed to have worked as a judge in Morocco and died sometime around 1368, but little else is known about him. It appears that after a lifetime spent on the road, the great wanderer was finally content to stay in one place. Support our content by becoming a KJ Patreon https://www.patreon.com/kjvids Sign up to our website and submit video suggestions: www.kjvids.co.uk Like our Facebook page for exclusive updates: https://www.facebook.com/KJVids Follow us on Twitter to be informed when we post: https://twitter.com/kjvids2016 All Rights Reserved. Contact [email protected] if you are interested in licensing our content, advertising or working with us in other ways. We hope you enjoyed and learn't something new from our video. You can help us make more videos by supporting our crowdfunding campaign; Would you like to support our channel? If you enjoyed or learnt something from this video, you may kindly support our crowdfunding campaign on www.fundmyvideo.com/kjvids Fund My Video enables video creators to recover costs for their videos, which are much higher than any revenues they receive for most channels. Most YouTubers make videos as a hobby and spend dozens of hours editing videos for little in return. Your contributions towards this channel will significantly help us create more content with even better quality. Many thanks for your support. For business and other enquiries please email [email protected] Links we want you to check out; KJ Vids Book Store - http://kjvids.co.uk/books Patreon Club - https://www.patreon.com/kjvids Fund My Video Page - https://www.fundmyvideo.com/kjvids
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Ilustration of Ibn Battuta journey across the world Muhammad Ibn Battuta or Ibn Battuta (محمد ابن بطوطة) was a Moroccan scholar who widely travelled the known medieval world. Over a period of thirty years (1325 - 1354 AD /725 - 755 H), Ibn Battuta visited most of the Islamic world and beyond. His travels extend from Morocco to China, Swahili coast to Constantinople. Covering more than 117,000 km (73,000 miles) and across 44 different modern-day countries. Ibn Battuta travels more distance than Marcopolo, venetian merchant who went to China in 1269 AD.He recorded his journey in a hulking travelogue known as the The Travels/Rihla (الرحلة) in 1355 AD. video taken from : Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta (2009) Mankind: The Story of All of Us (2012) The Maritime Silk Road (2011) Islam: Empire of Faith (2000) Histoires de L'âge D'or Islamique (2013) National Geographic:The Quest for Gold (2014) Cities of Light: The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain (2007) Assassin's Creed (2016) Timbuktu - NHK (2013) Mamluqi (1958) The Horde (2012) Omar - Series (2012) The Physician (2013) Kingdom of Heaven (2005) Puteri Gunung Ledang (2004) La Batalla de Los Tres Reyes (1990) Horatio Hornblower (1998) Krakatoa: The Last Days (2006) Sunan Kalijaga (1983)
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In the 14th century, a juror named Ibn Battuta went on a three decade long journey around the world, covering different parts of Africa, Asia, and Europe. His accounts of his travels leaves us with arguably the best first hand records of the medieval world. So who was Ibn Battuta and what do those accounts say?? That's what we find out on this episode of Humble History. More Information on Ibn Battuta: https://amzn.to/2MFXNLv https://bit.ly/2eHc85u
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The film is based on the real life epic journeys of Ibn Battuta, famed 14th century Moroccan explorer who traveled from North Africa to China and back but never retracing his steps. It is a timeless story about a young boy who sets off on one of the world's most exciting adventures.
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Imagine that you are living in North West Africa and it’s now the 14th century. Like many others, you have an inner desire to travel and explore the world around you. You want to explore the rest of your continent and you also want to go to the Far East and find out what’s there and what is that continent like that they call Asia. There is a tiny obstacle though, there are no airplanes to take you there, no trains, buses, cars or even bikes –if you were thinking you’ll just cycle around the world like the few famous cyclists who did it. Will you go ahead and embark on such a journey? Not only do you not have a modern mean of transportation, but you don’t have a GPS system to guide you on your way, you don’t even have your nowadays nifty helper known as Google to help you when you’re lost, not even a lonely planet guide to help you plan your trip, let alone a smartphone that you could browse through with a few taps to find the best route that would take you to your destination. You might be wondering now, what exactly are the means that you have to embark on that journey? The answer is, riding solo on your donkey/camel, hitchhiking with caravans, risky ship journeys, and a sky full of stars serving as your map. Can you do
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The video is and easy explanation of Ibn Battuta's interesting description of India | Rihla | Uluq and Dawa | Map of Ibn Battuta The video would help students of Class 12.
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Ilustration of Ibn Battuta journey across the world Muhammad Ibn Battuta or Ibn Battuta (محمد ابن بطوطة) was a Moroccan scholar who widely travelled the known medieval world. Over a period of thirty years (1325 - 1354 AD /725 - 755 H), Ibn Battuta visited most of the Islamic world and beyond. His travels extend from Morocco to China, Swahili coast to Constantinople. Covering more than 117,000 km (73,000 miles) and across 44 different modern-day countries. Ibn Battuta travels more distance than Marcopolo, venetian merchant who went to China in 1269 AD.He recorded his journey in a hulking travelogue known as the The Travels/Rihla (الرحلة) in 1355 AD. video taken from : Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta (2009) Mankind: The Story of All of Us (2012) The Maritime Silk Road (2011) Islam: Empire of Faith (2000) Histoires de L'âge D'or Islamique (2013) National Geographic:The Quest for Gold (2014) Timbuktu - NHK (2013) Mamluqi (1958) The Horde (2012) Omar - Series (2012) The Physician (2013) Kingdom of Heaven (2005) Puteri Gunung Ledang (2004) La Batalla de Los Tres Reyes (1990)
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ibn battuta is greatest traveler of history. watch ibn battuta travel history in urdu, hindi. ibn battuta was an muslim traveler who traveled 70 thousands miles area in his life. watch ibn battuta life biography in urdu | hindi. ===================================================== For More Stories & Life Biography, Subscribe our Channel: "Talk on Islam" ===================================================== Watch:- Emotional short story of Hazrat Luqman Hakeem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SknYurl5Sw ===================================================== Like & Share videos wit your friends: Like us on Facebook: ( http://facebook.com/talkonisalm ) =====================================================
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Paul Cobb, Professor, Islamic History, University of Pennsylvania presents Traveler's Tips from the 14th Century: The Detours of Ibn Battuta. In 1325, a Moroccan scholar named Ibn Battuta set out to do a bit of traveling. When he finally returned to his homeland 30 years later, he had visited the equivalent of over 40 modern countries, traversed the entire eastern hemisphere, and logged about 73,000 miles. After his return home, the sultan of Morocco commissioned a writer to record Ibn Battuta's recollections of his journeys. The result was a book known as the Travels of Ibn Battuta, one of the world's classic travel narratives and a key window into the cosmopolitan world of medieval Islam. The 14th century offered a different world of travel than the one that confronts us today—or did it? What advice can Ibn Battuta provide the globe-trotting public of the 21st century?
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The Moroccan traveller Ibn Battuta set out from his native town of Tangiers on a pilgrimage to Mecca in June 1325, when he was 21 years old. On completing his first hajj he continued travelling, only returning to Morocco twenty four years later in 1349. In 1350, Battuta visited Al-Andalus and then between 1352-1353 he crossed the Sahara Desert to visit the Kingdom of Mali in West Africa. On his return to Fes he dictated an account of his travels to Ibn Juzayy, a scribe employed by Abu Inan Faris, the Marinid ruler of Morocco.
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Ummi and the kids wondered where was Uncle Maideen because he had not sent bread for a week already. Afterwards they found out that Uncle Maideen was resting at home after being involved in a road accident. They visited Uncle Maideen in his house and saw a huge, mighty sword hanging on the wall of his room. Hana was very interested in the sword, because it resembled a sword in the history book she was reading. Uncle Maideen began telling a story about a well-known Islamic figure in the history, named Ibn Battuta.
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After returning home from his travels in 1354, and at the suggestion of the Marinid ruler of Morocco, Abu Inan Faris, Ibn Battuta dictated an account of his journeys to Ibn Juzayy, a scholar whom he had previously met in Granada. The account is the only source for Ibn Battuta's adventures. The full title of the manuscript may be translated as A Gift to Those Who Contemplate the Wonders of Cities and the Marvels of Travelling (تحفة النظار في غرائب الأمصار وعجائب الأسفار, Tuḥfat an-Nuẓẓār fī Gharāʾib al-Amṣār wa ʿAjāʾib al-Asfār).[i] However, it is often simply referred to as The Travels (الرحلة, Rihla), in reference to a standard form of Arabic literature. There is no indication that Ibn Battuta made any notes or had any journal during his twenty-nine years of travelling. When he came to dictate an account of his experiences he had to rely on memory and manuscripts produced by earlier travellers. Ibn Juzayy did not acknowledge his sources and presented some of the earlier descriptions as Ibn Battuta's own observations. When describing Damascus, Mecca, Medina and some other places in the Middle East, he clearly copied passages from the account by the Andalusian Ibn Jubayr which had been written more than 150 years earlier. Similarly, most of Ibn Juzayy's descriptions of places in Palestine were copied from an account by the 13th-century traveller Muhammad al-Abdari. Scholars do not believe that Ibn Battuta visited all the places he described and argue that in order to provide a comprehensive description of places in the Muslim world, he relied on hearsay evidence and made use of accounts by earlier travellers. For example, it is considered very unlikely that Ibn Battuta made a trip up the Volga River from New Sarai to visit Bolghar and there are serious doubts about a number of other journeys such as his trip to Sana'a in Yemen, his journey from Balkh to Bistam in Khorasan and his trip around Anatolia. Ibn Battuta's claim that a Maghrebian called "Abu'l Barakat the Berber" converted the Maldives to Islam is contradicted by an entirely different story which says that the Maldives were converted to Islam after miracles were performed by a Tabrizi named Maulana Shaikh Yusuf Shams-ud-din according to the Tarikh, the official history of the Maldives. Some scholars have also questioned whether he really visited China. Ibn Battuta may have plagiarized entire sections of his descriptions of China lifted from works by other authors like "Masalik al-absar fi mamalik al-amsar" by Shihab al-Umari, Sulaiman al-Tajir, and possibly from Al Juwayni, Rashid al din and an Alexander romance and Ibn Battuta and Marco Polo's writings share extremely sections and themes, and some of the same commentary, it is also unlikely that the 3rd Caliph Uthman ibn Affan had someone with the exact identical name in China who was encountered by Ibn Battuta. However, even if the Rihla is not fully based on what its author personally witnessed, it provides an important account of much of the 14th-century world. Sex slaves were used by Ibn Battuta such as in Delhi. He wedded and divorced women and had children to sex slaves in Malabar, Delhi, and Bukhara. Ibn Battuta insulted Greeks as "enemies of Allah", drunkards and "swine eaters", while at the same time in ephesus he purchased and used a Greek girl. who was one of his many slave girls in his "harem" through Byzantium, Khorasan, African, and Palestine. It was two decades before he again returned to find out what happened to one of his wives and child in Damascus. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ibn_Battuta Image By Petar Milošević (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
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International Festival of Ibn Battuta 2nd Edition Name: Sabah Country: Morocco About the Video: Ms. Sabah, from Morocco, volunteers on the 2nd Edition of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta from 9-12 November 2017 Tangier Morocco. The Festival emphasizing the difference between cultures and civilizations, It gives more social, knowledgeable events and entertainment that really significantly surprising and amazing. She stated that he was much honored to be part of a big event and be able to help to spread peace and tolerance through Tourism throughout Morocco. By being in this Festival, people will know the true value of traveling and benefits to every individual. The Festival was made and hosted by the Honorary President of the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta, Mr. Mohamed Dekkak to help the Local Communities development, preserved and promote the Ancient History of Morocco. People are very excited in the upcoming festival as it provides them with an education, especially the youth because the travel of Ibn Battuta is full of lessons that can be used in our personal lives. “The Festival of Peace”, International Festival of Ibn Battuta: The Ibn Battuta Association successfully launched the International Festival of Ibn Battuta in Tangier City, Morocco. The theme entitled “Travelers, Ambassadors of Peace”, under the chairmanship of Honorary President Mohamed Dekkak. The celebration is about the legacy of Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta, travel and culture organizations from Morocco and different parts of the world have met up to pay tribute to the heritage of the Moroccan Muslim voyager from the Middle Ages. The Festival wants to spread tourism throughout Morocco because traveling gives many benefits to the individuals, which also helps in the avoidance of conflicts and creates deep relationships which are essential to the unity of the people. Moroccan Association of IBN Battuta: The inspiration of the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta is from the famous traveler from Tangier City of Morocco Ibn Battuta, they’re the first association who focuses on the greatest traveler’s adventure. Ibn Battuta is the greatest traveler that traversed from different countries and regions, through his travels he has contributed a lot towards the tourism as on his travels Ibn Battuta is recording every data of every countries and region he visits and afterward provides it to his writer Ibn Juazay. Ibn Juazay is a famous writer of poetry and history, through his skills of writing he was able to write a compilation of the records of Ibn Battuta within books, these books are passed from generation to generation and are now kept on libraries for those who are interested in knowing more regarding tourism and Ibn Battuta’s journey. Positive Effects of Traveling and Tourism: Travelling and Tourism are highly beneficial in our physical, mental, emotional health as well and it has an important impact on the economic development of the countries. It boosts up our self-confidence, Improves our social and communication skills, enhance our tolerance for uncertainty, ensure our peace of mind, the growth of service, employment opportunities, cultural exchange, and better international relationships and creates memories for the lifetime. Who Is IBN Battuta? IBN Battuta is known as Abu Abdullah Muhammad, born on Feb 24, 1304, Morocco Tangier, His family was living in the origin of Beber and had a tradition of service and judge. He is studied in Sharia, the sacred law of the Muslims base on the Koran and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad. He is a scholar and he is known as Moroccan explorer. He traveled for nearly thirty (30) years and covered most of the Islamic Countries at the age twenty one (21) IBN Battuta started his long exploration when he went to the Hajj and he left his parents. He is also known as the man of account of his journey called the Rihla. He died at the age of sixty-four (64) years old. Ibn Battouta Festival International, المهرجان الدولي ابن بطوطة For more information: https://dekkak.com/ #ibnbattuta #Ibnbattutafestival #travel #art
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Ilustration of Ibn Battuta journey across the world Muhammad Ibn Battuta or Ibn Battuta (محمد ابن بطوطة) was a Moroccan scholar who widely travelled the known medieval world. Over a period of thirty years (1325 - 1354 AD /725 - 755 H), Ibn Battuta visited most of the Islamic world and beyond. His travels extend from Morocco to China, Swahili coast to Constantinople. Covering more than 117,000 km (73,000 miles) and across 44 different modern-day countries. Ibn Battuta travels more distance than Marcopolo, venetian merchant who went to China in 1269 AD.He recorded his journey in a hulking travelogue known as the The Travels/Rihla (الرحلة) in 1355 AD. video taken from : Journey to Mecca: In the Footsteps of Ibn Battuta (2009) Mankind: The Story of All of Us (2012) The Maritime Silk Road (2011) Islam: Empire of Faith (2000) Histoires de L'âge D'or Islamique (2013) National Geographic:The Quest for Gold (2014) Cities of Light: The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain (2007) History of the World in 2 Hours (2011) Assassin's Creed (2016) Timbuktu - NHK (2013) Fetih 1453 (2012) With Fire and Sword (1999) Mamluqi (1958) The Horde (2012) Omar - Series (2012) The Physician (2013) Kingdom of Heaven (2005) Puteri Gunung Ledang (2004) La Batalla de Los Tres Reyes (1990) Horatio Hornblower (1998) Krakatoa: The Last Days (2006) Sunan Kalijaga (1983)
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इब्न बत्तूता अरब यात्री, विद्धान् तथा लेखक। इसक पूरा नाम था मुहम्मद बिन अब्दुल्ला इब्न बत्तूता।उत्तर अफ्रीका के मोरक्को प्रदेश के प्रसिद्ध नगर तांजियर में इसका जन्म हुआ था। इब्न बतूता मुसलमान यात्रियों में सबसे महान था।
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Episode #106. Radio-show. Ear-friendly show. Improvised. No script. Historical. Educational. Based on real events and real individuals. Some of the names and places may have been changed to protect the identities of the innocent. An official tale of the Fireside Tales Organization. Fireside Tales #43. Cover Art: http://s5.photobucket.com/user/secretdubai/media/ibnbattuta_head.jpg.html
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In the 14th century, Arabic explorer Ibn Battuta roamed the world, from Africa and Europe to the Far East. Ideally located in New Dubai, the 5-star Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel reflects his travels through its eclectic architecture, décor and cuisine. Like us on Facebook: ibnbattutagate.
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Ibn Battuta started on his travels when he was 20 years old in 1325. His main reason to travel was to go on a Hajj, or a Pilgrimage to Mecca, as all good Muslims want to do. But his traveling went on for about 29 years and he covered about 75,000 miles visiting the equivalent of 44 modern countries which were then mostly under the governments of Muslim leaders of the World of Islam, or "Dar al-Islam". Near the end of Ibn Battuta's own life, the Sultan of Morocco insisted that Ibn Battuta dictate the story of his travels to a scholar and today we can read translations of that story called "Rihla - My Travels."
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Better mic! A long talk about the long travels of Abu 'Abdallah Muhamamad ibn 'Abdallah ibn Muhammad ibn Ibrahim al-Lawati ibn Battuta through the Dar al-Islam and beyond during the 14th century. Laughs will be had, parties will be pooped on, and we will learn a great deal about the world inhabited by one of the most prolific travels of history. Enjoy!
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#IbnBattutaMall #DubaiTourism #Dubai At Ibn Battuta Mall, shopping, dining and entertainment comes together with history, culture and the story of a remarkable adventure. It is what makes us one of Dubai’s most exciting shopping and retail destinations. In June 1335, a young man of just 21 years set out to explore the world. His journey spanned 24 years and six different lands - Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India, China and Andalusia. Along the way, he survived storms and pirates, served as a judge and scholar, dined with nobles and commoners. This extraordinary adventurer was Ibn Battuta. His life and travels are an inspiration to all. It has influenced the mall in design and spirit. You’ll see it in the interior themes and names of our courts. Track: Jim Yosef - Eclipse [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WP_YLn1D1c Track: JJD - Adventure [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2xGxd9xPYA Visit http://ravoof.com for more.
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If we know that Marcopolo as the best traveller, there used to be a person who has held this title. his name is Ibn Battuta. he do these journey "accidently", first his intention is for go to Hajj in Holy Mecca. but his curiosity make these journey happened. and the most unique, Marcopolo is a trader, and Ibn Battuta just a poet and scholar.
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