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Camerlata Fountain – Disassembled and reassembled

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The Camerlata Fountain is an architectural work designed by architect Cesare Cattaneo and painter Mario Radice for Piazza Corsica in Camerlata. The fountain was temporarily installed in Milan's Sempione Park in 1936, on the occasion of the 6th Triennial. It was dismantled and taken back to Como, but had to wait until 1962 for its current location. The fountain, a work of architectural and artistic ingenuity, consists of circular elements and spheres.

Camerlata Fountain – Disassembled and reassembled

Como - camerlata (distributore), 22100 Como CO, Italy

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