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وصف الاتجاهات بالانجليزي
وصف الطريق بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي والعربي
وصف الاماكن بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي يمين يسار
اسماء الجهات بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي شمال جنوب
وصف مكان بالانجليزي قصير
وصف عنوان المنزل بالانجليزي
السؤال عن وإعطاء الاتجاهات في الإنجليزية
Asking about the way السؤال عن الطريق
لاتجاهات بالانجليزي يمين يسار
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي والعربي
اتجاهات الطرق بالانجليزي
وصف الطريق بالانجليزي
اسماء الجهات بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي شمال جنوب
يمين وشمال بالانجليزي
امام وخلف بالانجليزي
 الاتجاهات بالانجليزي شمال جنوب
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي يمين يسار
معرفة الاتجاهات
الاتجاهات الاربعة بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي والعربي
شمال جنوب شرق غرب بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالعربي
اتجاهات الطرق بالانجليزي
جنوب بالانجليزي
 تعبير عن الاتجاهات بالانجليزي
وصف طريق البيت بالانجليزي
درس الاتجاهات بالانجليزي
الاتجاهات بالانجليزي والعربي
وصف الاماكن بالانجليزي
وصف مكان بالانجليزي قصير
كيف اوصف طريق بيتي بالانجليزي

An itinerary designates the path to travel from one place to another. The term applies to any mode of transport, whether land, sea or air, motorized or not. On foot, the Compostela paths or the long-distance hiking trails constitute itineraries.
The itinerary can be thematic: tourist, commercial, military, religious. Very often it is made up of stages: crossroads, cities, works, etc.
The itineraries form a sub-genre of the travel narrative like Chateaubriand with Itinerary from Paris to Jerusalem or Itinerary of Antonin dating from the Roman Empire

History
Itineraries were already established in Antiquity as evidenced by the Peutinger's Table describing the Cursus publicus, the postal routes of the Roman Empire. The phrase "All roads lead to Rome" dating from ancient Rome can also be related to the concept of itinerary. In Asia, the Silk Road, a set of caravan routes, developed between China and the Middle East from the second century BC. AD
From 1882 onwards, the notion of "Compostela paths" developed, a series of walking routes allowing from many European cities to reach the city of Santiago de Compostela, the site of a major Christian pilgrimage.
With the development of tourism and the democratization of cars, motorbikes and bicycles in the 20th century, itineraries have been described as "tourist", particularly in areas of landscape interest such as coasts or mountains, but also of cultural or historical interest. Specific signage can then be set up to highlight the name of the route to the detriment of road numbering. These routes are represented, for example, by the Route du Fjord in Canada along the Saguenay Fjord, the road in Norway or the Napoleon Road in the French Alps. In addition to these tourist routes, major routes such as national roads or motorways are likely to receive a route name. In France, "bis" routes were set up from the 1970s to propose alternative routes in the event of congestion or closures (works, accidents).
While an itinerary can be created after the construction of several roads or a set of roads is built to meet the demand for the creation of a route, the numbering of the road. This is the case of the U.S. Route 66, which was decommissioned in 1985 but which retains its unofficial name for historical reasons.
Construction
A route can be established by consulting a map and writing a roadmap but also by calculation thanks to the algorithms of graph theory. Thus, since the introduction of personal navigation assistants and web-based route calculation sites, in addition to the shortest route and the fastest route, it is also possible to calculate routes avoiding or preferring routes rapids and motorways as well as recommended routes for their tourist interest or reduced fuel consumption.

This calculation can also be done dynamically, typically to take account of traffic conditions (bad weather, traffic jams, accidents, work, etc.).

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