Monday, February 28, 2011

Genghis Khan's Lost City



In the Russian region of Astrakhan, it is located in the ancient town of Sarai Batu, the old capital of the Golden Horde of Genghis Khan and the former major selling center. The resort is spread out over 18 kilometers and have an organized system of water supply.In that city was lived around 75 000 people of different religions and races.The second half of the 15th century the town was abandoned due to the lowering trade.
The 16 century, the remains of the city are ruined, and bricks from that part were used in the construction of the Kremlin.




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