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Bruno Giorgi

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Bruno Giorgi

For the ACF Fiorentina and other teams manager see Bruno Giorgi (footballer)

Bruno Giorgi (13 August 1905, Mococa – 1993, Rio de Janeiro) was an Italian Brazilian sculptor whose works are displayed at several national sites. Although born in Brazil he spent much of his youth in Europe as his family returned to Italy when he was six and he did not return to Brazil until 1939.

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  • Works of Bruno Giorgi
  • Sculptures by Bruno Giorgi

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