The Travels of Marco Polo was a book written by Marco Polo. During the early 16th century, the Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze discovered a hidden copy of this book in Constantinople.


One of the most famous and widely read tracts of the 14th century, this travelogue paints a vivid and detailed portrait of explorer Marco Polo's twenty-year journey through the Orient. Brimming with tall tails and fantastical descriptions, its veracity remains a source of much controversy.


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