Zheng He's 7 Sea Voyages

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Zheng He was a Chinese Muslim admiral who led seven sea voyages that were very remarkable. His voyages were remarkable because of their size. All parts of these journeys were large, the distance traveled, the number of ships in the fleet, and the size of the ships. For example, Zheng He sailed from China to Southeast Asia and all the way to the east coast of Africa. Another example of why his voyages were remarkable was because of how many ships he took with him in each expedition. He would bring thirty to 400 ships with him, among these ships were fighting ships, storage vessels, and huge "treasure" ships. The largest of his ships were the treasure ships, these measured more than 400 feet long. In addition, on his largest expiations over 27,000

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