Sfondrini, Achille (1836-1900)

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Achille Sfondrini, Italian architect, was born and died in Milan in 1836-1900). His specialization was construction of theatres, among them should be noticed Lyric Theatre of Milan (1894) and Teatro Costanzi in Rome (1878-1880) which later was named Royal Opera Theatre.

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