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a model of the apostolic palace, which was the main project of bramante during sangallo's apprenticeship.
the church of santa maria di loreto near the trajan's market in rome.
the villa farnese in caprarola; the initial design was by sangallo and baldassare peruzzi.
san giovanni dei fiorentini; sangallo was responsible for the foundation projecting out into the tiber.
view of st. patrick's well in orvieto.
antonio da sangallo the younger (12 april 1484 – 3 august 1546), also known as antonio da san gallo, was an italian architect active during the renaissance, mainly in rome and the papal states.