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Not all places are necessary, but greatly appreciated. what role did the following cities played during the Renaissance, Reformation, or period of European Exploration Stratford-Upon-Avon (England) London (England) Paris (France) Florence (Italy) Avignon (France)

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London is one that I know was greatly involved in the Reinnassance. I think the other one in that list is Paris, MAYBE Florence though.
Oh shoot sorry I put the wrong stuff down. I thought you were asking something else. :P
can u tell me how any of them was involved with the renaissance ?

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London and Paris was like, the heart of it all. That's where the arts (i.e painting, writing) took place. Those were the key things that sparked the Reinassance.
No It is believed the Renaissance began in Florence Italy around the 14th century.
London brought upon the works of great writers like William Shakespeare, Sir Philip Sidney, Edmund Spenser, Sir Thomas More, Francis Bacon, and Christopher Marlowe

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