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30 August, 14:46

How are the routes the different kings took to the Holy Land different from each other? Who do you think took the longest to get there? Why? (Hint: One king died before reaching the Holy Land. Don't count him)

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  1. 30 August, 15:48
    The English route taken by Richard I was the longest, they went around the peninsula and through Italy, then set towards Holy Land on their way, they stayed in Chipre and conquered it. The French, lead by Philippe II, went towards Genova by land and then sailed to the Holy Land, their route was shorter and they took less time to get there.
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