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04.09 Module Project

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Caitlin Sypre

on 8 April 2013

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Paris(France) Map of France Rome(Italy) The Louvre Museum The Eiffel Tower The Notre Dame Cathedral The Three most places you should go visit is The Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, and The Notre Dame Cathedral. Since they all have great historical past and when ever people go there they go to those three places because their like the most want places to see and people would like to know there historical past at the museum. Also the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral were in movies before. The architecture during the Renaissance in Paris was very Gothic and very eclectic. The Gothic architecture began around the 12th century in France, it was devoleped in north France because it was the Norman's who owned the north of France who were wealthy and powerful. Paris, France During the renaissance some of the jobs people had at the time were butcher, baker, candle stick maker, also scholar, teacher, weaver or a tailor. These jobs were very important, especially a teacher since it was required to learn, to be well educated. The Colosseum of Rome The Pantheon Roman Forum Before leaving Rome, you should see the Pantheon. Built around 120 A.D. the Pantheon is the best preserved of all ancient Roman buildings and In the 7th century it was made into a church by early Christians and now is lined with tombs. The Colosseum is also another great site to step into and Ancient Rome's huge amphitheater also was the scene of many deadly gladiatorial and wild animal fights. The Roman Forum was the central area of the city around which ancient Rome developed and get a good view to see and walk around for 2 hours. London (England) The Tower of London British Museum Globe Theatre In London, England as far as the education went during the renaissance during that time in London, the Renaissance, was the rebirth of learning in Europe during the 14th century, but also reached its height in the 15th century. Scholars had become more interested in humanist features. Also, in many of the medieval religious schools it was required for all teachers to study fields in archeology, astronomy, mythology, history, and Scripture. The Globe Theatre was an authentic recreation of Shakespeare's theatre in London which was constructed nearby. The British Museum displays the Rosetta Stone, a noted collection of artifacts from Egypt, as well as noted treasures from around the world, as well as from the United Kingdom. The Tower Of London is a historic fortress that was once a royal prison, but now is known for its displays of pageantry, arms, armor and the Crown Jewels.
Madrid (Spain) The Prado Museum Royal Palace Templo de Debod Royal Palace, is Madrid's largest building and possibly its most beautiful. The Royal Palace is the largest royal palace in Western Europe. It was built on the site of the old Alcázar, the Moorish castle destroyed by fire in 1734, but the site has been occupied since the 10th century by the Moors, who having named the city's Manzanares river al-Magrit ("source of water"), referred to the area as Mayrit which became Magerit, then Madrid. The Debod Temple is an authentic Egyptian temple dating from the 2nd Century BC in the middle of Madrid and dedicated to the gods Amon and Isis. The Prado exhibition includes drawings by all the most important artists of this period including Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán, Ribera and Goya, represented through some of their key works. Saint tied to a Tree by Ribera or Don Quixote assailed by Monsters by Goyaare examples of the outstanding quality of this selection also the top cultural sight, and one of the world's greatest art galleries.
Lisbon (Portugal) JERONIMOS MONASTERY BELEM TOWER PARQUE DAS NACOES The Jeronimos Monastery is a resting place of explorer Vasco da Gama is a church built in the 1500s as part of a magnificent monastery. Its cloisters are considered among the most beautiful in the world and has been listed as a World Heritage Site. The Belem Tower is the city's icon is also a symbol of the Age of Discovery. Built in the early 1500s, this ornate watchtower has been declared a World Heritage monument by UNESCO. The Parque Das Nacoes is the city's oldest neighborhoods is this 21st-century district showcasing striking contemporary architecture with Europe's longest bridge as the backdrop.
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