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Question 51 out of 1 pointsFlorence’s greatest architect had a major achievement in designing a famousbuilding in the Florence that inspired many modern building designs. What was thearchitectural achievement?
Question 61 out of 1 pointsAndrea Palladio was an architect who specialized in what type of architecture?
Question 70 out of 1 pointsThe architects of the early Renaissance did not have asphalts for their streets.Instead, they made streets and squares of Florence using a type of stone.What type of stone did the Florence architects use to make their squares andwhy?
a brownish color. The nature of this cement meant that it could beworked more easily and thus cut into large blocks that could then beworked to create drains and other features of a street or square surface.ResponseFeedback:Pietra Bigia was used to make the horizontal surfaces of the streetsand squares of the city of early Renaissance Florence.Question 81 out of 1 pointsIf you were to compare the floor plan of the U.S. President’s residence (The WhiteHouse) and the Strozzi private residential palace built in Florence in theRenaissance, how would they compare?

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Term
Fall
Professor
Yang
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renaissance, Slum

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