Jalur Sutra

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Silk Road extending from Europe through Egypt, Somalia, the Arabian Peninsula, Iran, Central Asia, India/Pakistan, Java-Indonésia, and Vietnam until it reaches China. The land routes are red, and the water routes are blue.
Rute Jalur Sutra

Jalur Sutra (Hanzi tradhisional: 絲綢之路; Hanzi sing Diprasajakaké: 丝绸之路; pinyin: sī chóu zhī lù, basa Pèrsi راه ابریشم Râh-e Abrisham) iku jalur urutan liwat Asia Kidul sing diliwati déning karavan lan kapal laut, lan nggandhèngaké Chang'an, Tiongkok, karo Antiokia, Suriah, lan uga papan liyané. Pangaruhé kagawa tekan Koréa lan Jepang.

Silih genti iki wigati banget ora mung kanggo pangembangan kabudayan Tiongkok, India lan Roma nanging uga arupa dhasar saka donya modhèren. Istilah 'jalur sutra' sepisanan dipigunaaké déning géografer Jerman Ferdinand von Richthofen ing abad kaping 19.

Jalur Sutra bawana mérang dadi jalur lor lan kidul mangkono jalur mau mawiyar saka pusat perdagangan Tiongkok Lor lan Tiongkok Kidul, rute lor ngliwati Bulgar-Kypchak nuju Éropah Wétan lan Ujung Crimea, lan saka kana nuju Laut Ireng, Laut Marmara, lan Balkan nuju Venezia; rute kidul ngliwati Turkestan-Khorasan nuju Mesopotamia lan Anatolia, lan banjur nuju Antiokia ing Kidul Anatolia nuju Laut Tengah utawa liwat Levant nuju Mesir lan Afrika Lor.

Hubungan dalan ril sing ilang ing Jalur Sutra dirampungaké taun 1992, nalika dalan ril internasional Almaty - Urumqi dibukak.

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