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File:Cesare Maffei - Pia de' Tolomei e Nello della Pietra.jpg

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Cesare Maffei (1805-active until 1876) and Alessandro Maffei
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English: Pia de' Tolomei and Nello della Pietra, 1835-1838, by Cesare Maffei (1805-active until 1876) and Alessandro Maffei, fresco, Royal Palace, Siena (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1995), Tuscany, detail, Italy, 19th century.
Italiano: Pia de' Tolomei e Nello della Pietra, 1835-1838, di Cesare Maffei (1805-attivo fino al 1876) e di Alessandro Maffei, affresco, palazzo Reale, Siena (Patrimonio dell'Umanità dell'UNESCO, 1995), Toscana. Particolare. Italia, XIX secolo.
Date between 1835 and 1838
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