Italian architecture: The Modern Era
Nineteenth-century Italian architecture, such as Giuseppe Sacconi's Victor Emmanuel monument, shows a decline in quality and increased pomposity. In the 20th cent. Italy has followed the trends of modern architecture ; its outstanding practitioners include Pier Luigi Nervi , Giuseppe Terragni, Gio Ponti, and Renzo Piano .
- The Renaissance
- The Romanesque
- The Modern Era
- The Baroque
- Gothic Influences
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