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The Danteled is a danteling, or dantelo, which was invented in 1788 by Italian architect Luigi Dantello.
It was the first danteled to be created by a female designer.
This was followed by dantellas created by men, and dantelleas created for the male-dominated industry.
The dantella was a small, flat-roofed building, made up of several walls.
Dantelles were made of slate, which gave the building its characteristic “pike-tail”.
The design was intended to be durable and easy to maintain.
The name Dantela comes from the Latin word dantula meaning “pile”.
In 1837, Luigi Danto, the founder of the dantelinetropolis, created a large dantelled building in Milan, with a total of 50 floors.
Danto was inspired by the architecture of the medieval city of Tuscany and the work of the Italian architect Leonardo da Vinci.
He created a danta, or “piano house”, which was similar to an ordinary house, but with a piano in the center of the roof.
The design featured a series of piano keys which connected to the windows.
In 1874, the Dantella of Milan was demolished and replaced by the Piazza del Campo.
The original building, built in 1882, was demolished in 1973 and replaced with the new Piazzale di Campo in 2006.
The Danteltel is still standing, with the addition of a small plaza in the middle.
The construction of the Piacenza Dantelli was completed in 1907 and opened to the public in 1912.
The dantelling became a major tourist attraction in the Italian capital, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Dantels are still made today and are highly popular among tourists and locals alike.
A large number of dantells have been renovated and are now tourist attractions in the city of Milan.
Dantonellas have become popular destinations for children and adults as well as families.