Message - interwar architecture/design in Rome

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Posted by  Tom on January 16, 2004 at 18:39:26:

I'm an architectural photographer in NYC travelling to Rome in a few weeks. An important part of my trip is shooting fascist era architecture for a photo essay I'm developing. More specifically, I'm looking for public works fixtures (very loosely defined) built during the interwar period. I can find many of the major buildings myself, but I need help finding lesser-known sites that may be of interest. Please, does anyone know a service or (better) a person (who speaks english) who is knowledgeable about the period and can help me get around? I'm shooting on spec, but will certainly credit and reimburse any help recieved. Please email and I can elaborate.



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