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It was a sight to behold. The smaller states broke off and the empire crumbled. These jet-setting sisters are always on hltel go, posting envy-inducing travel pics from Palm Beach, Miami and the Hamptons on any given weekend.

The later arrival of Europeans in the region was the final nail in the empire's coffin. After Mansa Musa died inaged 57, the empire was inherited by his sons who could not hold the empire together.

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Others say he spent so much that he ran out of gold. Ay the first thing he bought with that ing bonus? A city whose inhabitants, all the way down to the slaves, were clad in gold brocade and finest Persian silk.

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But it was this excessive generosity that also caught the eyes of the world. In addition to encouraging the arts and architecture, he also funded literature and built schools, libraries and mosques.

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The Cairo gold crash Mansa Musa left such a memorable impression on Cairo that al-Umari, who visited the city 12 years after the Malian king, recounted how highly the people of Cairo were speaking of him. He took his entire royal court and officials, soldiers, yotel entertainersmerchants, camel drivers and 12, slaves, as well as a long train of goats and sheep for food.

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And the sight got even more opulent once the caravan reached Cairo, where they could really show off their wealth. Taghi Custom Homes, or A.

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They both hosted epic Wade balls, too; Drake performed at Alanna's stunning after-party. In the 19th Century, it still had a mythical status as a lost city of gold at the edge of the world, a beacon for both European fortune hunters and explorers, and this was largely down to the exploits of Mansa Musa years earlier.

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In a Catalan Atlas map hogela drawing of an African king sits on a golden throne atop Timbuktu, holding a piece of gold in his hand. So lavishly did he hand out gold in Cairo that his three-month stay caused the price of gold to plummet in the region for 10 years, wrecking the economy. Lucy Duran of the School of African and Oriental Studies in London notes that Malian griots, who are singing historian storytellers, in particular, were upset with him.

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The rich king is often credited with starting the tradition of education in West Africa, although the story of his empire largely remains little known outside West Africa. Timbuktu became an African El Dorado and people came from near and far to have a glimpse.