Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola

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Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola (1507 – 1573) was an Italian Renaissance architect. He is also known as Giacomo Barozzi, Jacopo Barozzi, or Barocchio. He built important buildings in Rome for Pope Julius III. Vignola was the successor of Michelangelo.

Combining Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque ideas, Vignola's church designs influenced ecclesiastical architecture for many centuries. [1]

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