Donato Felice d'Allio

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Donato Felice d'Allio (October 24, 1677 – May 6, 1761) was an Italian architect of the Baroque who worked in Austria.

He was commissioned by Charles VI to redesign the Klosterneuburg Monastery, but the work was never finished.[1]

He was born at Scaria, near Como, and died at Vienna.


  1. ^ Beales, Derek; Beales, Derek Edward Dawson (2003). Prosperity and Plunder: European Catholic Monasteries in the Age of Revolution, 1650-1815. Cambridge University Press. p. 54. ISBN 9780521590907. Retrieved 1 May 2018.