Azzurri, Francesco (1827-1901)

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Francesco Azzurri, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1827-1901). He projected in Rome the National Dramatic Theatre (not existing anymore) and the hospitals of S.Maria della Pieta' (1862) and Fatebenefratelli (1867) adapting the neo-Renaissance forms to the functional needs. He was also the author of the Monument to 500.

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