Louis-Adrien Lusson

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Louis-Adrien Lusson (1788–1864) was a French architect. His projects in Paris include the churches of Saint-Eugène at 6 rue Sainte-Cécile, 9th arrondissement (1855), and Saint-François Xavier des Missions étrangères (1861–63). He was born in La Flèche and died in Rome.

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