Salvi, Nicola (1697-1751)
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Nicola Salvi, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1697-1751. He was a pupil of A.Canevari and his collaborator in decoration of Cappella di San Giovanni in the Cathedral of Lisbon (together with Vanvitelli). In 1732 he won a contest of projects for the Trevi Fountain, the last of the greatest baroque examples in Rome.
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