Ojetti, Raffaele (1845-1924)

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Raffaele Ojetti, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1845-1924. He was an author of numerous works in eclectic style: reconstruction of the back facade of Palazzo Odeschalchi al Corso and an elegant Palazzo Primoli (Museo Napoleonico) (both in Rome). He was also an art writer and a director of Industrial Art Museum in Rome.

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