Sardi, Giuseppe (1680-1753)

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Giuseppe Sardi, Italian architect, was born in Sant'Angelo in Vado, Pesaro in 1680 and died in Rome in 1753. He was a self-taught person and based his work on the main principles of Borromini's art: the church of Rosario (Marino, 1712); Battistero di San Lorenzo in Lucina (Rome, 1721); facade of the church S.Maria Maddalena in Campo Marzio (Rome, 1735); facade of the church S.Pasquale Baylon in Trastevere (Rome, 1740).

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