Fort Charlotte - Nassau, Bahamas
N 25° 04.620 W 077° 21.516
18R E 262099 N 2775550
Quick Description: This historic fort was built by the British after the Revolutionary War.
Date Posted: 4/5/2012 7:20:28 PM
Waymark Code: WME5BN
"Fort Charlotte is a British-colonial era fort built on a hill over-looking the harbor of Nassau, The Bahamas. The fort sits a short walk west of downtown Nassau and the cruise ship terminal. The fort was constructed in the late 18th century by British colonial governor Lord Dunmore after the end of the American Revolutionary war. The fort has never been used in battle."
The year the "Fort" was constructed or started.: 1776
Name of "Country" or "Nation" that constructed this "Fort": England
Was this "Fort" involved in any armed conflicts?: No it wasn't
What was the primary purpose of this "Historic Fort"?: Used for defence of a border or land claim.
Current condition: Well Kept
This site is administered by ----: Nassau
If admission is charged -: 5.00 (listed in local currency)
Open to the public?: Restricted hours -Admission charged
Official or advertised web-page: Not listed
Link to web-site that best describes this "Historic Fort": Not listed
Link if this "Fort" is registered on your Countries/ State "Registry of Historical Sites or Buildi: Not listed
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