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1932-1936  Built as the headquarters of the local Fascist Party, it was renamed Casa del Popolo. Location: Como, Italy. Architect: Giuseppe Terragni. Built 80 years ago it is hard to imagine the impact of such a building in this small town. Timeless.

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1932-1936 Built as the headquarters of the local Fascist Party, it was renamed Casa del Popolo. Location: Como, Italy. Architect: Giuseppe Terragni. Built 80 years ago it is hard to imagine the impact of such a building in this small town. Timeless.

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onsomething:      onsomething   Giuseppe Terragni | Casa del Fascio, 1932-1936 Como  Photo by Enrico Cano

onsomething: onsomething Giuseppe Terragni | Casa del Fascio, 1932-1936 Como Photo by Enrico Cano


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