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Jacques Molinos (4 June 1743 – 19 February 1831) was a French architect.
Molinos was born in Lyon and studied in Paris at the Royal Academy of Architecture under Jacques-François Blondel. Molinos and Jacques-Guillaume Legrand collaborated on the design of the Théâtre Feydeau (1789–1790, destroyed 1829).
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