Luigi Braschi-Onesti

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(Cesena 1745-Rome 1816) duke of Nemi, pontifical politician. He was a son of marquis Girolamo Onesti and nephew of Pius VI; negotiated in 1797 the Treaty of Tolentino with Napoleon, representing pontifical government; and in 1810 became a mayor of Rome. He had Palazzo Braschi (in Rome) built.

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