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From Marrakesh to Persia, Fourteen Centuries of Mysteries
To take a trip to the realm of a thousand and one nights is to embark on a journey through the wondrous kingdom of mythical lands...
An itinerary will guide you over the steppes of Asia to the Iberian peninsula, from Maghrebian lands across the deserts of the Sahara, and from the Golden Horn of Yemen on the Mediterranean to the Oman Sultanate.
Behind the palaces, golden decor, ornaments or arabesques, and traditional clay walls, lies the Islamic civilization, its history, culture and notable people. Whether historical or imaginary, personages, such as the poet Omar Khayyam, Sinbad the Sailor, or Sulaiman the Magnificent, continue to shape traditional and modern Islamic society, opening the gates of the orient to the rest of the world.
The cultural and historical roots of Islam
More than 400 full-screen works of art illustrate the cultural richness of the Orient
Dunes, oases, ziggurates and medinas fully commented on and captured in quality photos
Four animated stories bring to life the "Thousand and One Nights"
Windows - 486 DX or higher, 8 Mb of RAM (16 Mb recommended), Windows 3.1 or higher, 640x480, 32,000 colors or more, 2x CD-ROM drive or faster, SoundBlaster card or compatible.
©1998 CD-ROM Access.
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