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4.09 Module Project
Transcript of 4.09 Module Project
the legacy of the Renaissance are St. Pancras, The Big Ben,
and Buckingham Palace. Buckingham Palace St. Pancras Big Ben Wittenberg The Reformation also took place in Wittenberg. There, Martin Luther spoke out against the Catholic Church. The Pope excommunicated Martin Luther after he posted his Ninety-Five theses on the Church door. Luther disputed the claim that punishment for sin could be purchased with money. The top three places that represent the Reformation are the All Saints' Church, the Lutherhaus, and the Elster Gate. Outside of the gate, Martin Luther publicly burned the papal bull, a charter issued by the Pope. All Saints' Church Lutherhaus Elster Gate with the oak tree Venice Venice took part during the Renaissance. It was the first major city-state because it was the best position for trade with the East, People from all over the world were in Venice, and the influences of many cultures came into Europe. As a result, it helped during the
Renaissance. The top three places that represent the Renaissance are Verona, Padua, and
the Doge's Palace. Venice hired mercenaries to create an army that conquered Verona
and Padua. The Doge's Palace was where the Doge of Venice lived. The Doge was
the chief magistrate in the Republic of Venice. Verona Padua The Doge's Palace Florence Florence was one of the other italian-city states and was known as the center of banking. Its population was divided into two guilds; one guild involved the wealthiest men while the other guild was made up of businessmen who were less important. The de Medici family was one of most strong families who ruled Florence. The top three places are the Uffizi Gallery, Piazza della Signoria, and Giottos Bell Tower. The Uffizi Gallery is home to the most important works of Renaissance art, including artworks from Leonardo da Vinci. Uffizi Gallery Piazza della Signoria Giottos
Bell Tower Rome Rome was one of the italian city-states. Rome was a part of the Counter Reformation, and it was controlled by the pope and the Roman Catholic Church. It became a center for scholars and artists, and Pope Nicholas V promoted learning Greek and Roman culture. The three top places to see are the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and Palazzo Venezia. Colosseum Pantheon Palazzo Venezia