Camporese, Pietro (1726-1781)

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Pietro Camporese, Italian architect, lived and died in Rome in 1726-1781. He was a founder of a family of architects, father of Giuseppe Camporese and grandfather of Pietro the Younger. Pietro was active in Rome (facades of the Chiesa di S.Maria in Aquiro and of Collegio Germanico) and in Subiaco (arch of Pius VI, Cathedral).

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