Characteristics of medieval cities in Western Europe


Medieval Virus in Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century AD, Radio World War II. The problem is the absence of characteristics characterized by the cities of Western Europe during the Middle Ages. Are these cities stagnating and shrinking? And why? Did the urban scene flourish in Europe later? And whyThe most important conclusions: The urban landscape in Western Europe at the beginning of the Middle Ages was limited to Episcopal cities and feudal cities that were not cities in the proper sense. From the eleventh century onwards, the revival of cities and the creation of new cities began. Cities to discover the civilization of the country concerned and its political, economic and social systems because the city mirror the civilization of society because it is a human product reflecting the culture of society and the level of development of its systems