Cassino is a city in the province of Frosinone, in the region of Lazio, Italy. It is located about 100 kilometers southeast of Rome. The city is known for its historical and cultural significance, as it was the site of the Battle of Monte Cassino during World War II. The battle was fought between Allied and German forces, and was a crucial turning point in the war. Today, Cassino is home to a museum and memorial dedicated to the battle. The city is also home to the Abbey of Monte Cassino, a Benedictine monastery that was founded in the 6th century. The monastery is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered one of the oldest and most important religious sites in Italy. In addition to its historical and cultural attractions, Cassino is also a popular destination for outdoor activities, with many hiking and biking trails in the surrounding area.