Post Office building


  • Post Office building

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The Post Office building in Latina, built in 1932, is one of the most successful examples of rationalist architecture of the fascist period. The original project of Angiolo Mazzoni (who also designed the Termini Station in Rome) has been modified by expansion in the 1960s that also has removed part of the original structures. Originally this building had a semicircular structure with two levels behind that formed a rectangular sructure. On one side are still the clock and the words 'Poste e Telegrafi’.

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