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Leonardo Paterna Baldizzi,  (Palermo 1868 - Roma 1944)

architect and University Professor

 After studying at the Institute of Fine Arts, University of Palermo, he moved first to Rome in 1894 where he won the competition for the three-year grant of Retired National Artistic, then in Turin in 1905 and finally to Naples, where he held the chair Architectural Design at the University. Author of studies and research in art history, architecture and restoration of monuments.

Among his works: the importance and the project for the restoration of the church of S. Mary of Egypt in Rome and for the relief and consolidation at the fortress Janula near Cassino, Villino Ximenes 1902.