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Italian Baroque architecture refers to baroque architecture in Italy. Contents. [hide ]. 1 Central Italy. 1.1 Rome. 2 Southern Italy. 2.1 Naples; 2.2 Sicily. 3 North Italy.

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A number of ecclesiastical buildings of the Baroque period in Rome had plans based on the Italian paradigm of the ...

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History[edit]. The early 17th century marked a time of change for those of the Roman Catholic .... In most parts of Italy, local architects satisfied building needs, but in Rome architects were specifically commissioned either by the Papal state or ...

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Italy, the cradle of Baroque and a key destination of ... number of good professional architects a quartet who rate as ...

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The Baroque period of architecture began in the late 16th century in Rome, Italy. It took the Roman vocabulary of Renaissance architecture and used it in a new ...

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(Italian text by AnnaLisa Limardi - Translation & adaptation by Domenico ... During the 17th century, Baroque architecture spread through Europe and Latin ...

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Churches are the most splendid form of Baroque architecture in Italy, while ... The foremost pioneer of Baroque architecture was Carlo Maderno, whose ...

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The last phase of Baroque architecture in Italy is exemplified by Luigi Vanvitelli's Caserta Palace, reputedly the largest building ...

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Baroque architecture: Architectural style originating in late 16th-century Italy and lasting in some regions, notably Germany and colonial South America, until the ...