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[...] the approach is successful. Specialists for all periods will inevitably feel that certain aspects of 'their' Romes have been undersold by the contiguous centres approach; and those with an interest in post-unification Rome have the most cause to do so, given that the chapter on this era in fact discusses the survival of Baroque buildings in the Campo Marzio, rather than the new ministry buildings erected by the Italian government or Mussolini's granthose patriotic complexes.
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