Irkutsk
Ulan-Ude

Blagoveshchensk
Chita
Yakutsk

Birobidzhan
Vladivostok
Khabarovsk

Magadan
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

Anadyr
Petropavlovsk-
Kamchatsky
Moscow

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Found the "Tea Road" map of the beginning of the 20th century in Chinese and Russian

In Harbin, a map of the Chinese-Russian "Tea Route" of the early 20th century was found in Chinese and Russian, according to the People's Daily. A map from the XNUMXs shows the trade route between Russia and China.

The map was published on the cover of the Russian language textbook (Evenjinliang, first volume), published in 1925. It depicts the entire Tea Route as a bridge along which Chinese and Russian merchants, as well as camel caravans, follow. The starting point of the journey was the Chinese city of Hankou, the next points are the Russian cities of Kyakhta, Irkutsk, Tomsk and Tobolsk. Due to the limited format of the textbook, the image of the Tea Route route on the map does not reach its final destination in the western part of Russia, only the direction in the direction of Moscow and St. Petersburg is indicated.

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