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Very impressive memorial. So sad to see how many soliders lost their life fighting for freedom... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Heli S
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Very respectful resting place.

We visited the Cassino War Cemetery as part of a tour of the 75th Anniversary of the Landing of the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Leslie M
Easley, South Carolina
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Cassino War Cemetery lies in the Commune of Cassino, Province of Frosinone, 139 kilometres south-east of Rome. The site for CASSINO WAR CEMETERY was originally selected in January 1944, but the development of the battle during the first five months...more
Via S. Angelo, 03043, Cassino, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very impressive memorial. So sad to see how many soliders lost their life fighting for freedom. Today the area is so beautiful and peaceful and it’s hard to imagine something so horrible happened in the same place. It’s free to visit. There’s a parking lot...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the Cassino War Cemetery as part of a tour of the 75th Anniversary of the Landing of the 36th Infantry Division in Salerno. This cemetery is a place to be proud of as an American citizen. It is extremely well kept and respectful.

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Reviewed 30 August 2018

called in and had a friend who fought monte casino with maori battalion...i said hello for him..he died last year but he did talk about this part of the world

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Reviewed 28 August 2018

We stopped here on our Trafalgar tour of Italy while on the way from Rome to Amalfi coast. It was a short visit but the cemetery was peaceful and was a reminder of the history of the second world war in Italy. It was worth...More

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Reviewed 14 August 2018

We traveled to the war memorial to honor my great uncle Lester Sisson, who died in the battlefield here during WWII. The memorial and cemetary is beautifully cared for. The inscriptions on the graves of the fallen solders is heartbreakingly beautiful. But travelers MUST be...More

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Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile

A place to be aware of what happens when nations go wrong. When the economies fail and Germany gets too strong. Hope it doesn't go wrong ever again

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Reviewed 7 July 2018

20 minute walk out of Cassino, this is an impressive monument, beautifully designed with pool at the middle, well tended. Well maintained despite the local idiots who take some sort of sick pleasure in damaging the register (so now restricted access). Touched to see some...More

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Reviewed 4 July 2018

The Cassino cemetery is beautiful, peaceful and respectful as indeed are all of the Commonwealth Cemeteries all over the world. Here lie the graves of brave men from so many different countries who dies in one of the 4 battles of Cassino. We found the...More

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Reviewed 11 May 2018

Walking to this Cemetery in the town of Cassino of all the commonwealth soldiers who dies here is very moving. I got so emotional reading about some of the stories of the soldiers buried here. After this go to visit the Abbey on top of...More

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile

All Commonwealth cemeteries are so well kept. My first time visiting these sites was moving. The sight of the Abby on the hill reminded you of the tragedy of war. Visiting the Canadian graves. I hope St. Benedict keeps these souls under his protection in...More

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Response from Sue S | Reviewed this property |
No- you will need a car. The Abbey is on the top of a very long winding road and up a steep mountain. You could walk it but you would have to be very fit I would say. Hope that helps.
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