The author undertook two distinct journeys. The first was to the Indian frontier states of the Hindu Kush, the Pamirs, and the Oxus, and the second was to Afghanistan. The distance covered on horseback or on foot in the two was just short of 1800 miles. In Afghanistan the Amir arranged horses for him along the route. The book is a description of the author's travel experiences.
Curzon, George Nathaniel The Pamirs and the source of the Oxus. London: The Royal geographical society, 1896. 1 p. ℓ., 83 p., 1 folded map
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