What effects did the Crusades have on Europe?

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The crusades affected Europe in many ways which included increasing the wealth of the church and the power of Papacy. The crusades also created a constant demand for supplies, encouraged ship-building and an extended market in Europe. They also brought down the power of feudal aristocracy and gave prominence to kings and people.
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