Sarti, Antonio (1797-1880)

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Antonio Sarti, Italian architect, was born in Budrio, Bologna in 1797 and died in Rome in 1880. His works are executed in impressive neo-Greek forms: chiesa del Salvatore in Terracina (1846), Fabbrica dei Tabacchi in Rome, Villa Bracciano (Torlonia) in Rome (1835).

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