Constantinople basically sparked the Crusades.
the fall of constantinople did not effect christianity
Fall of Constantinople happened on 1453-04-06.
It was its capitol city.
The fall of Constantinople lead to the migration of thousands of Greek scholars to the rest of Europe, mainly to Venetia (and other parts of "Italy"). With them they brought many texts from and knowledge of ancient Greece, that were unknown to these Italians. This in turn boosted the renaissance movement.
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Yes, when Constantinople fell, the scholars from Constantinople took their work ie: Maps, Paintings, Formulas, Diagrams, etc. They went to Italy and spread their Ideas. So, the fall of Constantinople affected the Italian Renaissance,
because of the venitains
In the year 1453 AD.
It became the center of the Eastern Orthodox Church
The Fall of Constantinople occurred on May 29, 1453. The fighting lasted for three days, and resulted in Ottoman control of the Christian Orthodox city.
Europe mobilized to retake Constantinople soon after
April 12, 1204
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May 29th 1453
Nowhere, it remained in Constantinople, and is still there today.
May 29, 1453 with the fall of Constantinople (now Istanbul) to the Turks
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about 135,000 to 150,000
The fall of Constantinople occurred when the Ottoman Empire took over the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire. There were 4,000 people killed including private citizens.
The Fall of Constantinople was the capture of Constantinople of the Byzantine Empire which occurred after a siege laid by the Ottoman Empire, under the command of Sultan Mehmet II El-Fatih.
During its fall, rape murder and pillage were common.
When Constantinople fell, refugees headed to Europe took vast amounts of art and knowledge from Constantinople. This ignited the Renaissance, a whole rebirth or art and knowledge from the Dark Ages as well as the fallen Constantinople.