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Abbazia di Casamari

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Address: Via Maria, 03029 Veroli, Italy
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The silence and peace offered by the Cistercian monstery of extraordinary beauty

The Abbey of Casamari is built in the lonely site in the austere Cistercian style, according to the strict rules of austerity laid down by Saint Bernard, specifically designed to... read more

Reviewed 13 November 2016
Jelena P
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Reviewed 13 November 2016

The Abbey of Casamari is built in the lonely site in the austere Cistercian style, according to the strict rules of austerity laid down by Saint Bernard, specifically designed to avoid distraction and ostentation. Regardless of of its austerity (or perhaps because of it), the Abbey is a gorgeous sight, with delicate slender columns, vaulted ceilings, small alabaster glass windows,... More 

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Windsor, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 8 September 2016

Spectacular Abby. Every room was so beautiful. Archecture stunning. Pillars Windows columns all different. Very interesting.

Thank JHC2011
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 25 April 2016 via mobile

The monks here make their own digestive called Tintura Imperiale and it cures dodgy belly in a flash (you dilute a capful with water). They also sell other mainly locally made products (made at the cathedral and Rome). This place is also incredibly popular for tourists and newly weds for photo opps. A must-visit if u r in the area.

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Perth, Australia
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Reviewed 6 October 2015

Interesting and peaceful visit to an abbey that characterises the simplistic life of the Cistercian monks from this abbey.

Thank DaianaMag
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 10 October 2014

Architecture was spectacular. Lots to see and admire. Truly breathtaking to walk through the cathedral.

Thank Anna N
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

the trappist monks are in a lot of solitude, also there is a beautiful garden in the middle. Also one of the rooms have some beautiful stained windows. This gothic building is XI century and you are able to buy medicinal herbs, and they make a liquor and I actually bought some chestnut spread.

Thank ManiagoRina
Congers, New York
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Reviewed 12 August 2012

Having Italian family from this region, this church has a special significance to us, as my in-laws were married here 40 years ago. This was thier local church at that time, and during every trip back to Italy we marvel at the inherent beauty in the forms and structure of this medieval church. It's certainly much less decorated and much... More 

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Reviewed 6 February 2012

I had been here as a teenager many years ago. I wanted to return to experience the peaceful setting and admire the Cistercian Abbey. Spend about an hour here at least. In the abbey shop you can buy products made by the monks themselves. I bought honey and an after dinner bitter (amaro) drink which I have found to be... More 

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