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Giuseppe Terragni

Leading architect from the Italian contemporary movement, referred to as Rationalism, who designed the Casa del Fascio in Como, Italy. He went to the Como’s Complex University and Politecnico di Milano university or college. He was the developer from the monument, Danteum, that was a tribute to Italian poet Dante Alighieri; it had been designed to symbolize the “Divine Comedy’s” divisions of hell. He opened up a practice along with his sibling, Attilio, in 1927. He done tasks for the fascist Benito Mussolini program.

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