Where Did the Violin Originate from?

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The violin is believed to have its origins in Italy since the early 1500s and Andrea Amati is the known developer of the violin. The violin evolved from the Rebec and the Fiddle, both of which were bowed instruments from the medieval period.
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Violin originated from Italy .Violin evolved from instruments which were there during the medieval period, which were fiddle and rebec.Violin also emerged from the instruments from Renaissance period.
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