ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after fortifications ..


ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after fortifications

  • an extensive fortification system, consisting of the Forbidden City, the Imperial City, the Inner city, and the Outer city. Fortifications included gate
  • the Crimean War, a British - French fleet destroyed the Ruotsinsalmi fortifications in 1855. Ruotsinsalmi sea fortress is composed of a number of separate
  • The Bribie Island Second World War Fortifications are heritage - listed fortifications at Woorim and Bribie Island North on Bribie Island, Queensland, Australia
  • Quebec, which was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1985. The fortifications were designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1948. The ramparts
  • 1874 and 1877. It was named after General François Joseph Lefebvre. It forms part of the Sere de Rivieres system fortifications in the fortified region
  • connected to the fortifications of hill castles via additional walls. Thus the defenses were made up of city and castle fortifications taken together.
  • The Tomaree Head Fortifications is a heritage - listed fortification at 2 Shoal Bay Road, Shoal Bay, New South Wales, Australia. It is also known as Tomaree
  • is one of the fortifications built by Germany at the end of the 19th century to defend Strasbourg. It was the first new fortification built in what was
  • launching projectiles at the fortifications or defenders, it was also quite common to attempt to undermine the fortifications causing them to collapse.
  • Frederichstadt was delineated by Dusseldorf s fortifications Following the Treaty of Luneville in 1801 the fortifications were demolished and the area became public
  • with wooden fortifications and ditches: in the thirteenth century another Bishop of Metz, Jacques of Lorraine, replaced the stone fortifications with a stone