ALDROPHE, ALFRED-PHILIBERT (1834–1895), French architect. Born in Paris, Aldrophe designed the French buildings at the international exhibitions (1855, 1867). He designed the synagogues in the Rue de la Victoire and at Versailles. He also built private homes in Paris including that of Baron Gustave de *Rothschild. He erected several important monuments in the Père-Lachaise cemetery.
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