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Andrea Belli (13 October 1703 – 19 October 1772) was a Maltese architect and businessman.
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Baroque architecture

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He designed several Baroque buildings, including Auberge de Castille in Valletta, which is now the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta.
The most monumental Baroque building in Malta is Auberge de Castille, which was rebuilt in 1741–45 by Andrea Belli.

Auberge de Castille

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He designed several Baroque buildings, including Auberge de Castille in Valletta, which is now the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta.
The new building was built to designs of Andrea Belli, and construction was supervised by capomastro Domenico Cachia.

Admiralty House (Valletta)

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Palazzo Don Raimondo (now the National Museum of Fine Arts), Valletta (1761–63, attributed)
The reconstruction is attributed to Andrea Belli, the architect who also redesigned Auberge de Castille.

St. Paul's Cathedral, Mdina

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Seminary (now the Cathedral Museum), Mdina (1733–42, attributed)
It is attributed to the architects Giovanni Barbara or Andrea Belli, although Barbara was dead when construction began, leaving Belli as the more likely candidate.

1741 in architecture

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Auberge de Castille in Valletta, Malta, remodelled to a plan attributed to Andrea Belli.

Valletta Waterfront

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The buildings were originally stores and warehouses, built in the 18th century, and the design is attributed to Andrea Belli.

Villa Bologna

Current research indicates that Andrea Belli, who was an architect involved in the reconstruction of the Auberge de Castille between 1741 and 1744 ), may be responsible for Villa Bologna.

October 13

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1703 – Andrea Belli, Maltese architect and businessman (d. 1772)

Church of the Flight into Egypt

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The design for the baroque church is attributed to architect Andrea Belli.

1703

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October 13 – Andrea Belli, Maltese architect and businessman (d. 1772)

Domenico Cachia

Domenico Cachia was involved in the dismantling of Girolamo Cassar's original Auberge de Castille in 1741, and subsequently the construction of a new auberge to designs of Andrea Belli.

Langue (Knights Hospitaller)

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Auberge de Castille in Valletta was built between 1571 and 1574 in the Mannerist style, to a design of Girolamo Cassar. It was completely rebuilt between 1741 and 1745 in the Baroque style, to a design of Andrea Belli. It now houses the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta.

October 19

19 October19
1772 – Andrea Belli, Maltese architect and businessman (b. 1703)

Michele Cachia

His most famous work is the portico of the Church of Our Lady of Divine Providence in Siġġiewi, which he designed after the church was damaged by a lightning strike in 1815 The church had been built in the 18th century to designs of Andrea Belli.

Maltese Baroque architecture

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Auberge de Castille was designed by the Maltese architect Andrea Belli, and it replaced Girolamo Cassar's earlier Mannerist building.

1772

October 19 – Andrea Belli, Maltese architect, businessman (b. 1703)

Maltese people

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Andrea Belli (13 October 1703 – 19 October 1772) was a Maltese architect and businessman.

Valletta

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He designed several Baroque buildings, including Auberge de Castille in Valletta, which is now the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta.

Venice

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He spent some time in Venice as a youth, and he later traveled to Austria and Germany.

Austria

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He spent some time in Venice as a youth, and he later traveled to Austria and Germany.

Germany

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He spent some time in Venice as a youth, and he later traveled to Austria and Germany.

Germany

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He spent some time in Venice as a youth, and he later traveled to Austria and Germany.