Eurasian Steppe Route

Even though the main “Northern Route” was the active hub of the Silk Route, the Eurasian Steppe route provided an alternative link between Asia and Europe, sometimes even surpassing popularity, particularly during the Pax Mongolia. This went up through the Gobi Desert and the Altay Mountains to cross Siberia, passing Omsk, over to Kazakhstan and Southern Russia before heading down across the Caucasus into Georgia and made its way into Europe from there.

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