Tea Horse Road

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Map of the Tea-Horse route

The Tea Horse Road or Chamadao (simplified Chinese: 茶马道; traditional Chinese: 茶馬道) now mostly called the Ancient Tea Horse Road or Chamagudao (simplified Chinese: 茶马古道; traditional Chinese: 茶馬古道) was a network of paths going through the mountains of Sichuan, Yinnuan and Tibet in Southwest China.[1] It was also a tea trade route.

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  1. Forbes, Andrew; Henley, David (2011). Traders of the Golden Triangle (A study of the traditional Yunnanese mule caravan trade). Chiang Mai. Cognoscenti Books. ISBN 978-1300701460.