Giacomo Naretti

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Giacomo Naretti (29 August 1831 - 8 May 1899) was an Italian architect. He migrated to Ethiopia as a carpenter, and he become the official architect at the court of Emperor Yohannes.

He designed the throne of Emperor Yohannes, which is still preserved in Mek'ele.

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