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Admiralty, St Petersburg: the entrance and tower

RIBA9403
Zakharov, Andrei Dmitrievich (1761-1811)

Roman Fountain in the Parterre Garden, Petrodvorets

RIBA9436
Rastrelli, Bartolomeo Francesco (1700-1771)
NOTES: Petrodvorets is also known as Petergof.

Square des Innocents, Paris

RIBA10015
Alphand, Adolphe (1817-1891)
SOURCE: Adolphe Alphand. Promenades de Paris. Text vol. Les promenades Interieures (Paris, 1867-1873), p. 214, fig. 323

Fontana dell'Acqua Felice, Rome

RIBA10053
Fontana, Domenico (1543-1607)
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Falda. Fontane di Roma. Part 1 (Rome, 1675), plate 8

Trevi Fountain, Rome

RIBA10207
Salvi, Nicola (1697-1751)
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Vedute di Roma (Rome, 1773), pl. 104

Piazza Navona, Rome, with Sant'Agnese on the left

RIBA10208
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Vedute di Roma (Rome, 1773), pl. 108

Alhambra, Granada: hall of the Abencerrages

RIBA10281
SOURCE: James C. Murphy. The Arabian antiquities of Spain (London, 1815), vol. 1, pl. 39

Milton Getz House, Los Angeles

RIBA10523
Kaufmann, Gordon Bertie (1888-1949)

'Greyfriars Bobby,' Candlemaker's Row, Edinburgh

RIBA10771
Brodie, William (1815-87)

Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore with the church of Santa Maria Maggiore and the column from the Basilica of Maxentius, Rome

RIBA10991
Maderno, Carlo (1556-1629)
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Vedute di Roma (Rome, [1747?-1788]), pl. 9 NOTES: The fluted column was set up for Paul V by Carlo Maderno who crowned it with a statue of the Virgin and designed the fountain at its base.

Piazza del Quirinale and the statues of the Dioscuri and their horses, Rome

RIBA10996
SOURCE: Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Vedute di Roma (Rome, [1747?-1788]), pl. 15 NOTES: The statues in the foreground are of Castor and Pollux and their horses. These are Roman copies of Greek originals of the 5th century BC found in the Baths of Constantine and placed here in the late 1580s. They were once known as the Horse-tamers and the square was named Monte Cavallo after them.
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