Latina (province)Lazio Region of Italy.
- - Capital of the province, it was founded in 1932 by the fascist government and features fascist architecture
- - Old city with an imposing castle that was the seat of the noblewoman Giulia Gonzaga and her court during the last renaissance period.
- - The city where Cicero, the Rome's most revered statesman, spent his final days before being murdered by two soldiers on the orders of Marc Antony.
- - A walled harbor set on the slopes of Monte Orlando, a promontory jutting into the Tyrrhenian Sea.
- - A traditional village on the hills overlooking a bewitching crescent of scenery, including the Fondi lake and the coastal strip from Terracina to Sperlonga.
- - A charming walled hill village with a castle at its peak
- - The prettiest resort on the Lazio coast that had been the summer residence of Emperor Tiberius.
- - A pleasant seaside resort renowned for its ancient quarter and the roman Temple of Jove Anxur on a cliff edge overlooking the city center and the ancient Appian Way.
- - A beach town among extensive sand dunes and salt marshes.
- - A park in the southernmost portion of the Latium region across the Aurunci and the Ausoni Mounts.
- - Created by a Roman nobleman in 1921, in the English garden style, Ninfa has been described as "the most romantic garden in the world".
- - A 541 m. high promontory connected with the Greek myth of Circe, the goddess of magical potions mentioned in Homer's Odyssey.
- - The last remains of the Pontine Marshes, once occupying much of what is now the province of Latina.
- - The largest of the Pontine Islands.
A Cistercian abbey built between 1163 and 1208.