Hundreds of years ago, the caravan moving from China and across Central Asia to the Middle East and to Europe has made trading of local wares possible. The journey takes months and businessmen travel through harsh weather and terrain conditions just to sell their wares in cities that they pass by. One of the most important items transported on the Silk Road. It was an esteemed item in the royalties of Europe, but these are not the only items sold or exchanged in this trading. Animals such as horses from the west were in demand in the East, mules, camels and dogs were also traded along with plants, medicines and jewelries.