Italian Architects outside Italy

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Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe Giovanni Francesco Guerniero
Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik Francesco di Giacomo, Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino
Churches of Chiloé Eduardo Provasolli constructed the church of San Francisco in Castro
Fontainebleau Sebastiano Serlio
Gardens and Castle at Kromeríz Castle and Pleasure Garden by Filiberto Lucchese and Giovanni Pietro Tencalla
Graz Schloss Eggenberg by Pietro de Pomis
Jesuit Missions of the Guaranis The Italian architect Juan Brasanelli constructed the church at Ignacio Mini.
Kraków Sigismund's Chapel: "has been hailed by many art historians as "the most beautiful example of the Tuscan Renaissance north of the Alps".[1][2] Financed by King Sigismund I the Old, it was built in 1519–33 by Italian architect Bartolomeo Berrecci."
Kremlin and Red Square Aristotele Fioravanti (Dormition Cathedral at the Kremlin)
Kutna Hora Church of Our Lady (by Santini)
Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape Lednice Castle and Valtice Castle by Domenico Martinelli
Margravial Opera House designed by Giuseppe Galli Bibiena
Mazagan "The brothers Francisco and Diogo de Arruda built the first citadel of 1514. This was expanded in 1541–48 into a star-shaped fortress, constructed by Joao Ribeiro and Juan Castillo to the design of the Italian architect Benedetto da Ravenna" (AB ev)
Mexico City and Xochimilco • Palacio de Bellas Artes: by architect Ádamo Boari, at Juárez av. S/N. The building also has sculptures by Leonardo Bistolfi, Edoardo Rubino or Alessandro Mazzucotelli. • Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL): by Silvio Contri, at Tacuba #8 • Palacio Postal: by Ádamo Boari, at Tacuba 1. One of the most significant and sumptuous buildings from the times of the Porfiriato.
Morelia Cathedral was designed by Vicenzo Varoccio (source: Michelin Guide)
Nancy Giovanni Betto
Nesvizh Giovanni Maria Bernardoni
Odesa "Designed by renowned architects and engineers, many from Italy in the early years" (AB ev) + "buildings built by architects such as the Italian Francesco Boffo, who in early 19th-century built a palace and colonnade for the Governor of Odesa, Prince Mikhail Vorontsov, the Potocki Palace and many other public buildings." (wiki)
Paseo del Prado and Buen Retiro Puerta de alcalá by Francisco Sabatini.
Pilgrimage Church of St. John of Nepomuk Built by Santini, a Czech architect of Italian descent
Plečnik's Ljubljana The central bridge of the Triple Bridge was designed by Giovanni Picco, an Italian architect from Villach. (Nomination file, p. 119)
Prague Giovanni Batista Orsi, Santini
Salvador de Bahia Chapel of Our Lady of Help: "The present church was designed by the Italian architect Julio Conti in the Neo-Manueline style and consecrated in 1932."
Salzburg Cathedral (by Vincenzo Scamozzi)
San Pedro de la Roca Castle Giovan Battista Antonelli
Schönbrunn Nicol? Pacassi
St. Petersburg Domenico Trezzini, Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Antonio Rinaldi, Giacomo Quarenghi, Carlo Rossi
Telc Filiberto Lucchese and Giovanni Pietro Tencalla, Church of the Name of Jesus by Domenico Orsi
Upper Middle Rhine Valley Ehrenbreitstein was renovated under Johann II von Pasqualini.
Valletta Cathedral by Girolamo Cassar
Valparaiso Museo de Bellas Artes - Arnaldo Barison and Renato Schiavoni
Vilnius Giovani Cini, Giovanni Maria Bernardoni
Zamość Bernardo Morando


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