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  Table No. 7
The seventh table is where the creative invention of Tommasi Ferroni has given its best fruits.
  Here he conceived of an architectural "capriccio" which combines St. Peter's Square in the foreground next to which is the fountain of Trevi, the Olympic Stadium, the Church of St. Mary of Loreto, as well as the Church of Sant'Ivo of Wisdom, the Basilica of St. John Lateran and that of St. Mary Major, the tomb of Cecilia Metella, the Fount of the Rivers by Bernini and, symbolically, EUR and the periphery of Rome.  The coat of arms of Archbishop Jorge M. Mejia, the Bibliotecario of the Holy Roman Church and that of Father Raffaele Farina, Prefect of the Vatican Library form a part of the composition. 

Patrizio Di Sciullo- Giuseppe Greco da Riccardo Tommasi Ferroni, Pianta Monumentale di Roma per il Grande Giubileo dell’Anno Duemila, (Tavola n. 7). Incisione all’acquaforte e bulino stampata su carta, e matrice calcografica (1999)
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