Fort of Europe

Dunbeg Fort

Dunbeg Fort (Irish: An Dún Beag) is a promontory fort built in the Iron Age near the modern village of Ventry in County Kerry, Ireland. == Location

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Dún Dúchathair

Dún Dúchathair or simply Dúchathair (anglicized Doocaher), meaning "black fort", is a large stone fort on the cliffs at Cill Éinne, (Killeany), Inishm

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Fort Fuentes

Fort Fuentes, Italian: Forte di Fuentes, is a former military fort on the hill of Montecchio or Monteggiolo near Colico, in the province of Lecco, Lom

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Garderhøj Fort

The Garderhøj Fort (Danish: Garderhøjfortet) is Danish fortification, and was part of Copenhagen's fortifications. == History == The fort was built

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Mileševac Fortress

Mileševac fortress (Serbian Cyrillic: Милешевац) is a medieval fortification located in southwestern Serbia, 7 km east from the present day town of Pr

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Korela Fortress

Korela Fortress (Russian: Корела, Finnish: Käkisalmen linna, Swedish: Kexholms slott), at the town of Priozersk, Leningrad Oblast, Russia. == Origin

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Cliffe Fort

Cliffe Fort is a disused artillery fort built in the 1860s to guard the entrance to the Thames from seaborne attack. Constructed during a period of te

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Fort de Joux

The Fort de Joux or Château de Joux is a castle, transformed into a fort, located in La Cluse-et-Mijoux in the Doubs department in the Jura mountains

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Charles Fort (Ireland)

Charles Fort (Irish: Dún Chathail) is a star fort located on the water's edge, at the southern end of the village of Summer Cove, on Kinsale harbour,

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Fort of São Sebastião de Caparica

The Fort of São Sebastião de Caparica (Portuguese: Forte de São Sebastião de Caparica) also known as the Tower of São Sebastião (Portuguese: Torre de

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Fort of São Julião da Barra

The São Julião da Barra Fort is the largest and most complete military defense complex in the Vauban style remaining in Portugal. It is located in Sã

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Fort of São Jorge at Oitavos

The Fort of São Jorge is located on the coastal highway EN 247, near the Oitavos dunes, in the parish and municipality of Cascais, Lisbon district, Po

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Fort of Saint Anthony of Barra

The Fort of Saint Anthony of Barra (Portuguese: Forte de Santo António da Barra)) is located overlooking the sea, in the parish of Estoril, Cascais mu

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Fortress of Saint James of Sesimbra

The Fortaleza de Santiago da Vila de Sesimbra (Fortress of Saint James of the Village of Sesimbra) is a fortress located in the coastal village of Ses

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Caherconree

Caherconree (Irish: Cathair Conraoi) is a mountain on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ireland. At 835 m (2,740 ft) high, it is the second-highes

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