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This monastery was place for a ferocious battle between USA and Germany towards the end of WWII marking a
breakthrough toward the liberation of Italy from Fascism/Nazism. Is in the town of Montecassino which is conveniently located about 1 1/2 hour south of Rome and...More
We stopped in with our tour tour group as we were passing by in our way to Rome. It is a steep and winding drive which may make some nauseated. The abbey was essentially rebuilt after the war and is a beautiful building, but with...More
A twisty road up, we had a fantastic coach driver who had done this many times before. There is a monument to the infamous battle. The monastery has been lovingly rebuilt and is breathtaking with views the the valley floor. On our trip down we...More
This building dominates the horizon from miles around. Its been fully rebuilt since the war and the foolish bombing. We hired a taxi from our hotel in Casino to visit the Casino cemeteries, the Polish memorial near the top of the mountain and to have...More
There is a car park at the top and the views are amazing. As you drive up you will pass the war memorials - a real eye opener. The monastery itself is stunning and remains a poignant reminder of war and what it does. The...More