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  • He is also known as Giovanni Maria Calderari or as il Calderari.
  • In the eighteenth century the building was widened by Ottone Calderari.
  • Ottone Calderari (1730-1803) was an Italian architect and writer of architectural design.
  • It was rebuilt in 1625, and was substantially altered in the late 18th century by architect Ottone Calderari.
  • A class win was earned by Bryner, Calderari, and Angelo Zadra at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, although they did not win the race overall.
  • The team also improved on their previous result at the Spa 24 Hours, winning the race overall with Gollin and Cappellari sharing with Bryner and Calderari.
  • The market was totally destroyed by fire in 1897, and rebuilt in 1903 with a masonry structure designed by an Italian, Count Conte Calderari.
  • It was once called "Fontana dei Calderari" because it was located close to a small alley with blacksmith's workshops, makers of pots and pans and of other metal based businesses, all of them generating heat.
  • However, the Munich marque still took victory when the CiBiEmme Sport's M3 finished first, in the hands of Enzo Calderari and Fabio Mancini.
  • At the end of the eighteenth century the Vicentine architect Ottone Calderari heavily modified the structure, and in the first years of the twentieth century a second campaign of works cancelled out the last traces of the Gothic building by accomplishing its belated "Palladianisation".
  • Bobbi and Biagi dominated the field by winning the next four races in a row, followed by a class win and second overall at the Spa 24 Hours for Gollin, Cappellari, Bryner, and Calderari.
  • In 1784 it passed to the Milanese Calderari family who undertook a major restoration project and created a new park all'Italiana with an impressive nymphaeum and a temple displaying a seventeenth-century statue of Hercules hurling Lichas into the sea.
  • The Government, apprehending danger from the extension of the sect, tried to counteract it by founding a rival society of Calderari, or Braziers, in which every miscreant who before 1815 had murdered and robbed in the name of King Ferdinand and the Catholic faith received a welcome. Cited from History of Modern Europe 1792-1878, by C. A. Fyffe
  • Its territory is formed by the hamlets (frazioni) of Cascine Calderari, Samperone, Torre del Mangano (municipal seat) and Torriano.
  • After the death of Marquis Calderari his wife Vittoria Peluso, a former ballerina at La Scala and known as la Pelusina, married a Napoleonic general, Count Domenico Pino and a mock fortress was erected in the park in his honour.
  • For the facade it was also drafted an alternative design by Ottone Calderari in the same year (the palladian design by Calderari was later ew-adapted for the facade of Church of St. Filippo Neri in Corso Palladio, Vicenza).
  • There, his wife, Vittoria Peluso (formerly a ballerina known professionally as Pelusina) had inherited the palatial Villa del Garrovo from her first husband, the Marquis Calderari; the villa was sold to Caroline of Brunswick in 1814, who renamed it the Villa d'Este.
  • For this facade it was developed in 1756 a first draft in Palladian style by Ottone Calderari, unrealized, then adapted in 1824 for the church of S. Filippo Neri in Corso Palladio, Vicenza, by architect Antonio Piovene.
  • Pare che il Manzoni fin d'allora scrivesse lettere mal volentieri, e preferisse, stando a Milano, incaricare l'amico Calderari di mandare i suoi saluti al Pagani, anzi che scrivere egli stesso. Cited from Alessandro Manzoni, by Alessandro De Gubernatis

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