Poletti, Luigi (1792-1869)

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Luigi Poletti, Italian architect, was born in Modena in 1792 and died in Milan in 1869. He was a pupil of R.Stern and was a representative of neoclassic culture. He is famous for the reconstruction of Basilica of San Paolo fuori le Mura (1883); theatres of the city of Fano (1845-1863) and of Rimini (1857).

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