The Travels of Marco Polo/Book 4/Chapter 23
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He Begins To Speak Of The Straits Of Constantinople, But Decides To Leave That Matter 
At the straits leading into the Great Sea, on the west side, there is a hill called the FARO.--But since beginning on this matter I have changed my mind, because so many people know all about it, so we will not put it in our description, but go on to something else. And so I will tell you about the Tartars of the Ponent, and the lords who have reigned over them.