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Frosinone is one of the most ancient cities of Italy. It was originally a site of the volsci tribe. Over the centuries the city has been dominated by the Romans, the Papal State, nobles and monarchs.

 

It is commonly identified as the capital of the geographical region of Ciociaria: an area of Central Italy roughly corresponding to the province of Frosinone, Lazio, but without a defined border nor historical identity. 

 

The flag shows on a white background the rampant lion, a symbol of Frosinone since 1943, thanks to the Royal Decree signed by Vittorio Emanuele III.

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The monuments which can still be seen today in the province's chief town include the baroque Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, the interior of which boasts polychrome marble, cornices, panels, altars and paintings. 

 

The Romanesque Church of San Benedetto, a former Benedictine basilica, was erected in 1134 and was completely renovated in 1800. The church stands in the beautiful Piazza della Libertà, opposite an impressive building which is home to the Apostolic Legation, erected by Pope Gregory XVI.

 

The Madonna della Neve neighbourhood is home to a monumental fountain, which stands opposite the Church of the Madonna della Neve, built by a noble from the Ciociaria area, Livio De Carolis, well-known among the Roman aristocracy for his prestigious office as director of a hospital and bank.