Sabaudia is one of several towns built on the reclaimed marshland of the Agro Pontino, one hundred kilometres south of Rome.

Architects Gino Cancellotti, Eugenio Montuori, Luigi Piccinato, and Alfredo Scalpelli were responsible for the town plan and many of the buildings after winning a competition for the design of Sabaudia. The town is without any doubt one of the best examples of “rationalist architecture”.

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