Social studies Grade 7
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Why was northern Italy a natural birthplace for the Renaissance?
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Nov 11, 2013 - Why was northern Italy a natural birthplace for the Renaissance? In your answer, explain what the Renaissance was.
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The Renaissance eventually spread from northern Italy to the rest of Europe. Italy had three advantages that made it the birthplace of the Renaissance: thriving cities .... natural postures and expressions that reveal personality. He revived a ...
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Jan 5, 2012 - It was in a handful of Northern Italian city states that the renaissance emerged. ... As much, it was natural they should renew Roman culture with a return ... made the city states of northern Italy the birthplace of the renaissance.
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Northern Italy was a natural birthplace for the renaissance because it had a wealthy culture and religion. The Renaissance was a the period of the rebirth of learning in Europe between about 1300 and 1600.It also was a time of art movement that starred many famous artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo. Which has also been located near or in Northern Italy. And Northern Italy also had a lot of scientist and scholar there so if you wanted to learn you could go to them.