In Russia in the 17th century there were such trade routes:
From Siberia to the European part along the rivers and horse-drawn lines. They took, for example, from China, through the city of the city of Kyakhta in modern Buryatia. They also carried furs.
Along the Volga River in the European part to the Caspian Sea. They brought goods from Persia (spices), and there Russian furs.
To Europe via Arkhangelsk. On Dutch ships, until its own merchant fleet appeared at the beginning of the 18th century. From there they brought high-quality manufactured goods (muskets in the 17th century, luxury goods in the 18th century). They exported lard, flax, hemp, and furs.
There were trade routes from Europe to North and South America. They carried tobacco, gold and exotic products. And there was also a trade route to India around Africa and further to Indonesia. From there they brought black pepper, cardamom and other spices.
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