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Achille Pintonello

Full name: Achille Pintonello
Gender: Male
Born: 1902 in Pianiga, Venezia, Italy
Country: ITA Italy
Sport: Art Competitions


Achille Pintonello was an architect from Rome, who was one of the most prominent exponents of the fascist architecture in Italy in the 1930s. He designed a number of representative and educational buildings for the Mussolini regime including the Fascist Academy for Physical Education of Women in Orvieto (1932), the work submitted in Berlin, the School of the Harbor Militia and the Marine College of the GIL, the fascist youth movement, both in Sabaudia (1936-1938). His best known work of the time was the Olympic Stadium, built in Rome 1928-1937 under the name of Stadium of the Cypresses. After World War II, his only important building was the main entrance of Rome’s central railway station, the Roma Termini. Later he published some books on various topics, including one called The Popes in 1977.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer Berlin Art Competitions Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event Italy ITA AC

Mixed Architecture, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1936 Summer Berlin Art Competitions Italy Final Standings AC Accademia fascista femminile di educazione fisica in Orvieto
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