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The geographical obstacles and limited resources in Europe prompted the merchants to search for new trade routes to access valuable goods from Asia. The existing land routes were controlled by middlemen who inflated prices, pushing the European merchants to seek alternative sea routes for direct trade with Asia. This ultimately led to the Age of Exploration and the discovery of new lands.

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