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Florence Duomo

This is about the cathedral that was built in the middle of Florence during the time of the Renaissance.
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Arvind Gouttumukkala

on 7 October 2013

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Transcript of Florence Duomo

The Florence Duomo
Structure of the Building
Bell tower
Gothic style
Third largest in world
Cross-shaped
Three-colored marbles
Painting and sculptures
Construction of the Cupola and Materials Involved
Modeled
Beams
Two layers
Worker safety
Levers and gears
Latern on top
Brick
Sandstone
Math in the Structure
Gothic style dome
Hexagonal brick pattern
Arch support intervals
Advances in Architecture
Domes
Arch supports
Changes in Art
Fresco
Brick pattern
Dome
Citations
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2010. <http://www.cut-the-knot.org/pythagoras/CircleSquareCircle.shtml>.
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