De Sanctis, Francesco (1693-1740)

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Francesco De Sanctis, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1693-1740. His name is connected to the urbanistic interventions, and in particular to a ingenious structure of the Spanish Steps in Rome (1723-1726).

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