Castellamonte, Carlo di (1560-1641)

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Carlo di Castellamonte, Italian architect, was born and died in Turin in 1560-1641. He was a pupil and collaborator of Ascanio Vitozzi (sanctuary of Vicoforte (Mondovi, 1589)), whom he succeeded as a chief duke's engineer of Turin in 1615: Via Nuova (Via Roma, 1621), Piazza S.Carlo with two symmetrical churches of S.Carlo and of S.Cristina, Castello del Valentino (1633), Villa della Regina, Castello di Rivoli, Castello di Mondovi, Palazzo Isnardi di Caraglio.

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