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Giuseppe Samonà (1898–1983) was an Italian architect and urban planner, whose notable works include the post office in the Appio quarter of Rome (built 1933–6), the Banca d'Italia in Padua (1968) and a theatre in Sciacca, Sicily (1974–9).
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