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  • 1. Exam Surviving Guide
  • 2.
    • The exam will have 3 parts:
    • Part I
    • 25 Multiple choice questions: there will be 3 options and only one correct.
    • Specific concepts will be asked.
    • Total: 40 pt. /1.6 pt. per right answer.
  • 3.
    • Part II
    • 5 short answer questions: 150 words at maximum.
    • Concepts and notions will be developed briefly.
    • Total: 30 pt / 6 pts per answer.
  • 4.
    • Part III
    • Develop the analisys of a building or an element involved in a urban reform.
    • 600 words at maximum and 300 words at minimum.
    • Total: 30 pt.
  • 5.
    • Possible questions for the 3rd part of the exam:
    • 1. The city in the Roman Empire: Structure and main areas of the city and function of each area. The importance of the city for the Roman Empire.
    • 2. The city and the Middle Ages: Main characteristics. Historical and social frame in which the cities grew. The burgs, the guilds and the universities (10th -13th Centuries).
    • 3. The urban plan reforms in the Italian Renaissance: Main characteristics of this period. Which kind of urban plan reforms were done? Give an example discussed in class.
    • 4. Industrial Revolution and the changes in the city: the value of the soil, the organizations of the space, social conflicts and alternatives.
    • 5. Haussman Plan from Paris.
    • 6. The Roman city wall from Barcelona: origins of the city wall, localization of the main remains and explanation about the gates without remains.
    • 7. Growth of Barcelona outside the Roman city walls: 10th-13th C. The burgs.
    • 8. The Cathedral of Barcelona: History, main characteristics of the gothic style with Catalan specific features, main areas of the building.
    • 9. Plaça del Rei: Main buildings commented in class, localization and functions.