'''Također uraditi:''' Renaissance in Poland, Portuguese Renaissance
, Mid-Tudor Crisis, 19th-century London, History of London (1900–39)
The ''' Portuguese Renaissance''' refers to the cultural and artistic movement in [[Portugal]] during the 15th and 16th centuries. Though the movement coincided with the [[ Spanish Renaissance| Spanish]] and [[ Italian Renaissance]] s, the Portuguese Renaissance was largely separate from other European Renaissances and instead was incredibly important in opening Europe to the unknown and bringing a more worldly view to those European Renaissances, as at the time the [[ Portuguese Empire]] spanned the globe.<ref>University, Brown, The John Carter Brown Library. "Portuguese Overseas Travels and European Readers". Portugal and Renaissance Europe. JCB Exhibitions. Retrieved 19 July 2011.</ref>
As the pioneer of the [[Age of Discoveries]], Portugal flourished in the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries, with voyages to India, the Orient, the Americas, and Africa. This immense trade network would create an incredibly wealthy [[Portuguese nobility]] and monarchy, that would become patrons for an incredible flourishing of culture, arts, and technology in Portugal and all over the world.
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