List of forts

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nl:Lijst van fortenit:Elenco di fortificazionide:Liste von Festungen This is a list for articles on notable historic forts which may or may not be under current active use by a military. There are also many towns named after a Fort, the largest being Fort Worth, Texas. There is a separate List of fortifications and List of castles. See also the topic Martello tower.

Contents

Africa

Belarus

Belgium

Antwerp (Province of -)

Antwerp (1914, external defenses, clockwise from N, right bank of Scheldt River, toponymy as per maps)

  • Stabroeck (Fort de -)
  • Berendrecht (Redoute de -)
  • Smoutakker (Redoute de -)
  • Ertbrand (Fort de -)
  • Capellen (Redoute de -)
  • Brasschaet (Fort de -)
  • Drijhoek (Redoute de -)
  • Schooten (Fort de -)
  • Audaen (Redoute de -)
  • 's Gravenwezel (Fort de -)
  • Schilde (Redoute de -)
  • Oeleghem (Fort de -)
  • Massenhoven (Redoute de -)
  • Broechem (Fort de -)
  • Kessel (Fort de -)
  • Lierre (Fort de -)
  • Tallaert (Redoute de -)
  • Koningshooykt (Fort de -)
  • Boschbeek (Redoute de -)
  • Dorpveld (Redoute de -)
  • Wavre-Sainte-Catherine (Fort de -)
  • Chemin de fer (Redoute du -)
  • Waelhem (Fort de -)
  • Breendonck (Fort de -)
  • Letterheid (Redoute de -)
  • Liezele (Fort de -)
  • Puers (Redoute de -)
  • Bornhem (Fort de -)
  • Steendorp (Fort de -)
  • Lauwershoek (Redoute de -)
  • Landmolen (Redoute de -)
  • Haesdonck (Fort de -)

Antwerp (1914, internal defenses, clockwise from N, right bank of Scheldt River, toponymy as per contemporary maps)

  • Saint Philippe (Fort -)
  • Oorderen (Redoute d' -)
  • Wilmarsdonck
  • Eeckeren
  • Merxem (Fort de -)
  • Fort n° 1
  • Fort n° 2
  • Fort n° 3
  • Fort n° 4
  • Fort n° 5
  • Fort n° 6
  • Fort n° 7
  • Fort n° 8
  • Cruybeke (Fort de -)
  • Zwyndrecht (Fort de -)
  • Sainte Marie (Fort -)
  • La Perle (Fort -)

Antwerp

  • Noord Kasteel

Liège (Province of -)

Liège (1914, clockwise from N, right bank of Meuse River)

  • Barchon (Fort de -)
  • Évegnée (Fort de -)
  • Fléron (Fort de -)
  • Chaudfontaine (Fort de -)
  • Embourg (Fort de -)
  • Boncelles (Fort de -)
  • Flémalle (Fort de -)
  • Hollogne (Fort de -)
  • Loncin (Fort de -)
  • Lantin (Fort de -)
  • Liers (Fort de -)
  • Pontisse (Fort de -)

Liège

  • La Chartreuse (Fort de -)
  • Citadelle

Liège (1940)

Namur (Province of -)

Namur (1914, clockwise from E, right bank of Meuse River)

  • Maizeret (Fort de -)
  • Andoy (Fort d'-)
  • Dave (Fort de -)
  • Saint Héribert (Fort de -)
  • Malonne (Fort de -)
  • Suarlée (Fort de -)
  • Émines (Fort d'-)
  • Cognelée (Fort de -)
  • Marchovelette (Fort de -)

Brussels

  • Monterey (Fort -)

Canada

Many places in Canada which bear the name "Fort" were never military establishments. Many were simply stockades, log enclosures for fur trading posts of the Hudson Bay Company or the North West Company.

Alberta

British Columbia

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Prince Edward Island

Quebec

Saskatchewan

China

Hong Kong


Croatia

Dubrovnik

  • Fort Bokar
  • Fort Minčeta
  • Fort Lovrijenac
  • Fort Revelin

France

Germany

India

Israel

The Netherlands

Puerto Rico

Pakistan

Russia

United Kingdom

See also the list of castles, as many early forts were called castles, and many castle sites were reused for later fortifications.

General

SE England

Thames

Medway

Solent

SW England

East Anglia

NW England

NE England

Wales

Scotland

United States

Alabama

California

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida

Georgia

Illinois

Indiana

Maine

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

New Hampshire

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

Washington, DC

Wyoming

Cities and areas with Fort in the name

Other forts

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