Vaccaro, Giuseppe (1896-1969)

"Vaccaro, Giuseppe (1896-1969) " submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on Thursday 28th April 2011

Giuseppe Vaccaro, Italian architect, was born and died in Bologna in 1896-1969. His best works were executed between two World Wars: ex Ministry of the Corporations (Rome, in collaboration with M.Piacentini), Palace of the Post Office (Naples, in collaboration), colony AGIP (Cesenatico), School of engineering (Bologna). Among the works created after the WWII are: Chiesa di S.Antonio (Recoaro Terme) and neighbourhood of Ponte Mammolo in Rome.

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