Written in 1867, this story is one of his best creations. The great creator, living in the underdeveloped world of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, created this work that is astonishing and thrilling to read even in the 21st century. In the context of a robbery in the Bank of England, the storyteller Philias Fogg faces the challenge of circumnavigating the earth in 80 days. Despite his calm, healthy, and serious nature, he overcame the challenge. And continued - a journey full of adventures from London to London via Europe, India, China, Japan and America. The most exciting part of the story is about the author's favorite India. The heartbreaking event of the Malabar Hill temple, the unique ride on an elephant, the story of the Queen of Bundelkhand, the Saja-e-Amal comedy performed in a Calcutta court, as well as the train intercepted by a herd of thousands of wild buffaloes and finally the hero and villain. Published in many languages ??of the world, this adventure story has set many sales records.
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