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November 23 2011 Renaissance Newsletter


Hello!

Those of you who live in the United States will be celebrating Thanksgiving this week. Although we might complain about a lot of things, we also have so many, many things for which to be thankful. One of the many things I'm thankful for this year is to have the opportunity to write for and get to "meet" so many great people through BellaOnline. Happy Holiday to all!


Here's the latest article from the Renaissance site at BellaOnline.com.

Architecture of Renaissance Cathedrals
Renaissance architecture began first in Florence, Italy in the early 1400's and spread to the rest of Europe over the next 125 years. Some of the first, and arguably best, examples of this architectural style can be seen in the Cathedrals of the Renaissance.

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art37058.asp

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Deborah Watson-Novacek, Renaissance Editor
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