Cipolla, Antonio (1823-1874)

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Antonio Cipolla, Italian architect, was born in Naples in 1823 and died in Rome in 1874. He built in Renaissance forms: Banca d'Italia in Bologna; Cassa di Risparmio (1872) and stables for Quirinale in Rome; reconstructed the Roman church of Spirito Santo dei Napoletani, revealing a great accuracy in solution of technical problems.

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