Busiri Vici, Andrea (1817-1911)

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Andrea Busiri Vici, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1817-1911. He was a president of Academy of St Luke and worked in St Peter's. He also projected the new neighborhood Mastai, Triumphal arch of Villa Pamphili, American colleges and Chiesa di S.Vincenzo de'Paoli in Rome.

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