Consequences and significance of the Crusades?

The following consequences of the Crusades can be distinguished:

1) Significant devastation and calamities in the lands of Muslims;

2) Deepening contradictions between West and East;

3) Significant strengthening of the Catholic Church in Europe;

4) Increased confrontation between the Catholic and Orthodox Churches;

5) Development of commodity-money relations, that is, trade;

6) Decline of the Byzantine Empire, which was conquered by Muslims.

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