Giuseppe Mengoni

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Giuseppe Mengoni

Giuseppe Mengoni (November 23, 1829 in Fontanelice[1] – December 30, 1877 in Milan) was an Italian architect. He designed the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. He also designed the Palazzo di Residenza of Bologna Saving Bank (Carisbo). He died by accident, falling off the roof of the gallery he had built.


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