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The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the A. Reconquista. B. Reformation. C. Renaissance. D. Resistance.
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User: The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the A. Reconquista. B. Reformation. C. Renaissance. D. Resistance.

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The fall of Granada, in 1492, signified the end of the: RECONQUISTA.
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