Camporese, Pietro (the Younger) (1792-1873)

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Pietro Camporese the Younger, Italian architect, lived and died in Rome in 1792-1873. He was a grandson of Pietro Camporese and a nephew of Giuseppe Camporese. He worked mostly in Rome, and together with P.Bosio and P.Belli elaborated a project for reconstruction of St Paul outside the Walls; managed the restoration of Palazzo Wedekind (1838) and (with L.Poletti) of Teatro Argentina (1837), construction of Hospital of S.Giacomo (1831-1846), Hospital of Orphans, and Institute of Fine arts in Via Ripetta. All his works are in neo-classic style.

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