Longhi, Onorio (1569 - 1619) (son of Martino)
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Onorio Longhi, Italian architect, was born in Milan in circa 1602 and died in Viggiu' in 1660, he was a son of the founder of the family of architects, Martino Longhi. He gave projects for the numerous Italian and Europian centers, other than those for Rome. Here he started construction of the church San Carlo al Corso, which was completed by his son.
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