Piacentini, Pio (1846-1928)

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Pio Piacentini, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1846-1928. He was one of the principal representatives of the contemporary architecture which changed the look of Rome after 1870. His main works were all executed in Rome: Palazzo dell'Esposizione (1880-1882); Palazzo Sforza Cesarini (1886); Palazzo del Ministero di grazia e giustizia (1920).

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