Renaissance Architecture in Europe

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Renaissance architecture in Europe started in Italy in the _____ century

fifteenth

The countries of Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, and England were subject to special ______ influences

geographical

The Eastern Empire, with its capital at Byzantium, did not come under the influence of the new _______

movement

Geological formation varies so widely in different parts of Europe that its influence cannot here be taken into account with regard to the whole of Europe, but must be considered under each ______

country

Geological conditions are practically ______ in any given country

continuous

Renaissance architecture in Europe started in Italy in the _____ century

fifteenth

The countries of Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, and England were subject to special ______ influences

geographical

The Eastern Empire, with its capital at Byzantium, did not come under the influence of the new _______

movement

Geological conditions are practically ______ in any given country

continuous

Geological formation varies so widely in different parts of Europe that its influence cannot here be taken into account with regard to the whole of Europe, but must be considered under each ______

country

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Renaissance Architecture in Europe (15th Century – 19th Century AD)

Influences

  • The Renaissance of Classic architecture began in Italy in the 15th century and spread westward throughout Europe.
  • The countries of Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, and England were affected by geographical influences.
  • The Eastern Empire, with its capital at Byzantium (Constantinople), was gradually falling to the Turks and did not come under the influence of the new movement.

Geographical Influences

  • Geographical influences varied in different parts of Europe, affecting the character of the architecture.
  • The Western Roman Empire had a significant impact on the spread of Renaissance architecture.

Geological Influences

  • Geological formation varies widely across different parts of Europe.
  • Geological conditions are practically continuous in any given country.
  • Geological influences on architecture will be considered under each country, rather than as a whole for Europe.

Test your knowledge on Renaissance architecture in Europe during the 15th to 19th centuries. Explore the geographical influences and the spread of classic architecture throughout countries like Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Spain, and England.

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