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- G. Massiot & cie
The simple and harmonious courtyard features superimposed open loggias and a closed second storey decorated with pilasters.
Built ca. 1485-ca. 1511 as the palace of Cardinal Raffaele Riario. The palace is one of the most important and influential examples of 15th-century Roman architecture, but no documentation identifies its architects. Suggestions have included Baccio Pontelli, Antonio da Sangallo (i), Francesco di Giorgio Martini and Andrea Bregno. Vasari attributed a share in it to Brama…
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