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The church arose from a precise reconstruction after World War II. The Church had paintings of the sixteenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and a little is remembered in the Basilica of Montecassino.

Together with the Abbot of Monte Cassino, in 1946 the church returned to life. The structure has red brick and stone parts left ‘in sight’, as if to symbolize the strength of the ancient building, and the skylights in the afternoon allow the sun to filter right on the statues of the saints, and in particular of Saint Apollinaris.