Portal:Euclidean geometry
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Welcome to the Euclidean Geometry Learning Project, part of the School of Mathematics. The purposes of this learning project are to facilitate the study and further understanding of Euclidean Geometry, and to assist students currently studying it in class. See above for more information about the learning project. From Wikipedia:

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 Math and the Art of MC Escher A course covering Euclidean as well as nonEuclidean geometry at Saint Louis University. Taught using an interdisciplinary approach using the art of the Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher.
 TED: The Beautiful Math of Coral  A TED Talk by Margaret Wetheim that explores the connection between Euclidean space and the feminine handicraft, crochet.