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The Gothic Period in Europe Encompassed the Years?

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The Gothic period in Europe encompassed the years from the mid 12th century to the 16th century. The style of art that is known as Gothic was developed in Europe during the Middle Ages. It was the main method of building and many of the world's greatest churches and cathedrals that were build during the Gothic period were created with the Gothic style. Gothic cathedrals and churches were made to be tall with arches. They were made with stain glass windows with wood and marble.
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