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Rodolfo Vantini

(1791—1856)


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(1791–1856).

Italian architect. He designed the spectacularly noble cemetery, Brescia (begun 1815), the earliest of the great C19 monumental cemeteries in Italy. In it he combined the cylinder covered with Pantheon-dome with the Greek Doric Order. Other works include the Porta Venezia, Milan (1827–33). He was one of the most accomplished Neo-Classicists of his generation.

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