Lippi, Annibale (16th century)

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Annibale Lippi, Italian architect, was active in the 16th century. He was of Florentine origins and worked a lot in Spoleto, where built the Chiesa di Santa Maria di Loreto, and in Rome, where recosntructed Villa Medici.

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