Cassino. Museum Historiale

The Historiale Museum of Cassino was inaugurated in 2004 on the occasion of the sixtieth anniversary of the Battle of Montecassino, to honour the fallen of all the nations of the Second World War. Its layout was designed and produced by the creative genius of Carlo Rambaldi, the Oscar-winner for Read more…

Cassino. The Military Cemeteries

Many of the fallen of the four battles of Cassino rest in the military cemeteries, visited each year for poignant commemorations ceremonies and pilgrimages from all over the world. In Cassino there are the Commonwealth War Cemetery (with 4,266 graves of soldiers from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Read more…

Cassino. Roman Amphitheatre2

The Casinum amphitheatre was built in the second half of the first century. B.C. outside the city walls, exploiting and shaping part of the natural slope. The building was used for fights of wild animals  and shows of gladiators and has a rather small elliptical plan. Inscriptions found report that Read more…

Cassino. Roman Theatre

In the heart of the Roman city, in the Augustan age was built this reticulated theatre in two colours that exploits the natural slope of the mountain. The auditorium, designed for spectators, has semicircular tiers running vertically of five stairs and is divided into two sections, upper and lower. In Read more…

Guide of Cassino

On the ‘hinge’ between the geographical cultures of southern Italy, the city of Cassino is located on the foothills of a mountain, in a valley watered by the rivers Rapido and Gari where conquerors have passed throughout the millennia with every type of army. The city flourished in Roman times Read more…

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