Plan and description of the senatorial palaces at Bologna, 1807 June 24.

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Quadri, Alessandro. Plan and description of the senatorial palaces at Bologna, 1807 June 24.

Plan and description of the senatorial palaces at Bologna, 1807 June 24.

Manuscript is dedicated to Eugene de Beauharnais, Viceroy of Italy, Prince of Venice and Archchancellor of the French Empire, and describes how modifications were to be made on the Palazzo Caprara and adjacent buildings to receive and provide lodging for Napoleon. The edifices, plazas, and churches mentioned in the ms. are identified in the accompanying drawing.

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