…the importance of the Dutch Republic in the 17th century.
It's been operating since the 17th century and now sits along the Grand Canal in Venice, where visitors can ride up in style on a gondola.
Built in the late 17th century, the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam is one of the most significant legacies of Jewish history in the entire city.
The town suffered severely in the English Civil Wars of the mid-17th century.
China gained control there in the late 17th century and ruled Taiwan for some two centuries.
…17th-century city hall, now the Royal Palace, built in classical Palladian style.
Agra is best known for the Taj Mahal (17th century), designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.
By the 17th century England was making glass in the Venetian tradition that was notable for its simplicity.
As did most religious art, the theme of the Madonna suffered a decline in the major arts after the 17th century.
In the 17th century a more prosaic representation reappeared, with the Virgin again reclining and holding the Child.
Thus, during the 17th century the âşiq became a bridge between the literary taste of the court and the people of the towns.
Meanwhile, however, a serious Islamic presence was developing in Java, inland as well as on the coasts; by the early 17th century…
The pirates used galleys until the 17th century, when Simon Danser, a Flemish renegade, taught them the advantage of using sailing ships.
Although the wars of the 17th century had weakened Spain’s power in Europe, the country still remained the world’s greatest imperial power.
Among those who pursued this theme was the 17th-century Spanish Jesuit Baltasar Gracián in his essays on the art of worldly wisdom.
Until the close of the 17th century, the world’s limited supply of coffee was obtained almost entirely from the province of Yemen in southern Arabia.
Not only the 17th-century Cambridge Platonists but similar movements in France and Italy reflect Ficino’s original Platonist revival.
From the square, an old crooked shopping street leads northeast to the former centre of the city, Kongens Nytorv (“King’s New Square”), laid out in the 17th century.
A smaller archlute, known as the theorbo-lute (so called because it resembled the theorbo), or French lute, was used by the 17th-century French school of lutenists, including Jacques and Denis Gaultier.
After forming part of Hungary in the 11th–16th centuries, it was an autonomous principality within the Ottoman Empire (16th–17th century) and then once again became part of Hungary at the end of the 17th century.
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