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The Grassland Silk Road is the earliest road across the grasslands of northern Eurasia. It is divided into three routes, namely the north line, the middle line and the south line, and has formed a famous trade road. The Grassland Silk Road has played an irreplaceable historical role in communication and integration between the North and the South, as well as between China and the West, and has also provided the material foundation and spiritual bond for today’s economic construction of the New Silk Road Belt. The study of the Grassland Silk Road illustrates the historical process of sino-foreign economic and cultural exchanges and serves today’s “One Belt and One Road” development strategy.