Monte Cassino, Cassino, Italy Just a little monastery on a hill...ok, the mother house of the worldwide Benedictine order.
Two French liqueurs plus American rye and lemon juice equals one fine drink. Mix up elegance with the Monte Cassino cocktail recipe.
The Polish cemetery at Monte Cassino contains the graves of over a thousand Polish soldiers who died, storming the bombed-out Benedictine abbey atop the mountain in May during the Battle of Monte Cassino.
In the mountains of Monte Cassino Benedict made his monastery. The mountains offered seclusion for him and his monks but allowed for easy access for people to come and go.
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Pipe Organ, Basilica of the Monastery of Monte Cassino - Southern Italy
awesome statue of St. Scholastica, patron saint of convulsive children.
Monte Cassino School is a premier private independent school with a powerful Benedictine Catholic identity and message.
1944 Monte Cassino, Italy: The landings at Anzio had failed to outflank the Gustav Line, making an Allied breakthrough there in the Mediterranean an imperative. The New-Zealand Corps was ordered in early 1944 to lead an attack up the Liri Valley, which was overlooked by the historic Benedictine monastery of Monte Cassino, perched high over the coastal road from Naples to Rome. The Allies’ advance through this area would end in the monastery’s and area’s ultimate destruction.