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Why Bramante?

Every now and then someone calls us, Mrs. or Mr. Bramante ; would be an honor to be relatives of this genius, but unfortunately we are not.
Donato Bramante was an Italian architect, considered, along with Michelangelo and Raphael, one of the major artistic figures of the Renaissance.
He has created many works of architecture in various cities of Italy, but the Cloister near Piazza Navona is the most related to our childhood memories: in the 50’s when some families lived in the upper part of the Cloister.
Looking for an original name for our agency, we came back to this place as familiar as precious.
For those who want to learn more: http://chiostrodelbramante.it/en/info/chiostro_del_bramante/

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Tuscany – Umbria – Rome

Tuscany – Umbria – Rome

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