Architecture, poetry, and number in the royal palace at Caserta / George L. Hersey.

The great palace of Caserta, near Naples, probably the largest building erected in Europe in the eighteenth century, became an archetypal expression of absolute monarchy. It was begun in 1752 for Carlo di Borbone, King of the Two Sicilies, who worked closely with its chief architect, Luigi Vanvitell...

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Main Author: Hersey, George L. (Author)
Format: Electronic
Published: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1983.
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