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  1. Florence and Central Italy, 1400–1600 A.D. | Heilbrunn ...

    During this period, Italy—and in the fifteenth century, Florence above all—is the seat of an artistic, humanistic, technological, and scientific flowering known ...
  1. Venice and Northern Italy, 1400–1600 A.D. | Heilbrunn ...

    Venice is one of Europe's wealthiest and most powerful cities, with an extensive overseas trade empire. Venetian culture is so marked by material opulence that ...
  1. 1400-1500 Renaissance in Italy and the North - Smarthistory

    Art history introduction to the Italian Renaissance and Northern Renaissance.
  1. Historical Maps Overview - Cultural Resources

    Introduction. This document lists all historical maps either (1) directly accessed from the Culture 4.0 CD-ROM (159 internal images stored as JPG files), or (2) or ...
  1. Map Sicily | Italy Travel Guide - About

    Sicily travel guide with city map, featuring train, ferry and road travel information. Sicily is a fascinating Island that's easy to get to from the south of Italy. › Europe Map › Italy Map
  1. Regional map of Italy: North West italy|Michelin Maps & Guides

    MICHELIN Italy Northeast Regional Map scale 1/400,000 will provide you with an extensive coverage of primary, secondary and scenic routes for this region. › Maps & Atlases › Regional Maps › Italy
  1. Piedmont Bike Tours: Cycling in Italy | Backroads

    Join Backroads on a cycling tour of Piedmont, Italy. Bike through river valleys,2000 cycle up vineyard-draped hills. After biking, enjoy Italian wines & cheese.
  1. Assisi, Italy - Sacred Destinations

    View of the medieval city of Assisi, with the Duomo in the center and Basilica di Santa Chiara on the right. Photo © Sacred Destinations. Assisi is a small Umbrian ...
  1. Art History Basics on the Italian Proto-Renaissance: 1200-1400

    As mentioned in Art History 101: The Renaissance, we can trace the very beginnings of the Renaissance period back to around 1150 in northern Italy. › Art History 101
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