Stern, Raffaele (1774-1820)
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Raffaele Stern, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1774-1820. Educated on the classicist principles of J.J.Winckelmann, he was en-charged to construct the New Wing of the Museo Chiaramonti in Vatican in 1817, projected by him already in 1805-1806. As a restorer, Stern participated in restoration works of Colosseum and Arch of Tito, continued later by G.Valadier.
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