Cesare Bazzani

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Cesare Bazzani (1873 - 1939) was a prominent and prolific Italian architect. Active from 1911 through his death in 1939, Bazzani designed major municipal works in several cities, and is regarded as a Fascist architect.[1]

Nuova Manifattura Tabacchi, Florence, 1928. Front elevation.