Alessio Tramello

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Alessio Tramello (1455–1535) was an Italian Renaissance architect who mostly designed churches and civic works.

He began his activity in Piacenza and his work uses forms of Gothic architecture. Two works from Piacenza stand out in design. The first, Santa Maria di Campagna was built (1522–1528), in an example of symmetric centrally-planned Renaissance architecture. A second, Church of San Sisto, was built (1499–1511) and is an example of holy architecture.

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