Peruzzi, Giovanni Sallustio (circa 1510-1573) (son of Baldassarre)

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Giovanni Sallustio Peruzzi, Italian architect, was born in Siena in the beginning of the 16th century and died probably in Austria in 1573. He was a son of Baldassare Peruzzi and executed in Rome the entrance door of the Castel Sant'Angelo and some other works. In 1567 he went to Vienna and worked there as an engineer and architect of the emperor Maximilian II.

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