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04.09 The Birth of New Ideas - Module Project

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04.09 The Birth of New Ideas - Module Project
Stratford-Upon-Avon, England
London, England
Wittenberg, Germany
Paris, France
Sights to See
Lourve Museum is a place to see! It's one of the worlds largest and includes some of the best paintings and pieces.
The Eiffel Tower is something you have to see. I mean.. You can't come to Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower! It's the symbol of France. located at Champ de Mars
Arc de Triomphe is a place people love taking pictures at. It stands for Charles de Gaulle.
The Renaissance brought great works from Leonardo da Vinci.
The city was also in Reformation between 1500-1789.
Halls croft is a place to visit. It was the home of William Shakespeare's oldest daughter.
Henly St. is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
The Bancroft Gardens is across the Royal Shakespeare theatre and is a place to see!
During the Renaissance, William Shakespeare was a big influence. He had a big influence on theatre as we know today. This time has also brought us Humanism, a belief system for human matters.
Places to Visit
Tower of London is one museum you must see. It's a castle and includes very important works of art.
River Thames is the longest river in England and the second in the United Kingdom.
Last place to stop at would be the London Eye, located on a river.
London was a very special place during the Renaissance. It was the rebirth of scientists, writers, and inventors started.
Places to Visit
Luther's Oak, around since 1520. Supporters of Martin Luther gathered together writing of the Church Doctrine and set them on fire here..
The Castle Church is where Martin Luther conducted his list of complaints about the catholic church.
This is where Martin Luther lived with his family.
During the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther spoke out against the Catholic Church and what he felt was wrong about it. The pope then excommunicated Luther from the Church.
Madrid, Spain
Places to Visit
Soccer is a big deal in Spain. A must is to visit the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium which is over 70 years old!
The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official home of the Spanish Royal Family.
Last place to stop? The Gran Via nicknamed the "city that never sleeps"
During the old times, such as the Renaissance, Madrid was involved in many explorations and trade. It's known for it's agriculture.
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