52 days to Timbuktu
In the 9th century, traders went back and forth on this Saharan Caravan Route, which went from Zagora (Morocco) to Timbuktu (Mali) in fifty-two days.
Traders carried salt, gold, slaves and spices.
Its main destination point was Sijiilmassa, present day Rissani (Merzouga).
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