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Part of the Monte Cassino experience

Yet another scene of vicious fighting in WWII, a place with great. Jews and historical pieces... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2016
Seymouria
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London, United Kingdom
great views of Cassino and valley

there are great veiws of the city of cassno and surounding valley. There is not muchto see in... read more

Reviewed 22 May 2016
Scorpio-1001
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canada
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“An important stop in story of the Battle”
22 Oct 2016
“Part of the Monte Cassino experience”
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Reviewed 10 September 2017

Many people will probably pass this without realising its importance in the battles for the monastery. It's 'the castle' in most accounts. We were lucky enough to be able go inside the fence and get a closer look where you can see right down into...More

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Reviewed 23 October 2016

Yet another scene of vicious fighting in WWII, a place with great. Jews and historical pieces inside that have not been over-touristified. Well worth a stop on your way up to Cassino, if it's open.

Thank Seymouria
Reviewed 5 July 2016

We've watched this restoration over few years coming to this area. Huge crane on the skyline the lot. What I don't know is why? Who spent the money doing it up and why bother, we've never passed it open and actually as a ruin it...More

Thank toniShanghai
Reviewed 22 May 2016

there are great veiws of the city of cassno and surounding valley. There is not muchto see in the building itself. it is free to enter and kinda of interesting. I think they may do midevel shows at certian tinmes of the year. there is...More

Thank Scorpio-1001
Reviewed 9 May 2016

The Rocca Janula can only be reached if you have your own transport. If you travel by coach or local bus you will only get views of it from the hairpin bends. It appears to have survived the bombing although refurbishment can be seen in...More

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