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Marco Polo, his name is synonymous with the Silk Road. His travels inspired many European explorers and wealth seekers to venture into the Far East.
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Vikings, what their burial attires reveal about their penchant for fashion and their connection to the Silk Road. Who did Vikings trade with?
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Lyon is the go-to-place for high quality French silk. Fashion House Chanel and Birkin bag maker Hermes set up their manufacturing plants in the region.
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The city of Lyon in France was once the capital of the European silk trade. Find out how the French invented weaving loom for silk manufacturing became the foundation for modern computers.