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Let's take a look at Fort Barraux, a star-shaped fortress in France, with satellite image.

Fort Barraux

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Fort Barraux

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遺産の日に発見されたこの場所は非常によく保存されています。そこには完全に修復されたシステム、壁にオリジナルの碑文が刻まれたダンジョン、一時的。したがって、私は、歴史と軍事建築(ヴォーバン)のすべての愛好家だけでなく、好奇心が強い人々にこの場所を強くお勧めします。

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Découvert lors de la journée du patrimoine , ce lieu est très bien conservé ,on y trouve un puis avec le système entièrement restauré ,des cachots avec des inscriptions d'origine sur les murs ,des objets du quotidien encore d'origine et quelques expositions dont des temporaires. Ainsi ,je recommande vivement cet endroit à tous les amateurs d'histoire et d'architecture militaire (Vauban) mais aussi aux personnes curieuses.

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ニースの発見、ガイド付きツアーでやってみるとエキサイティングなことですが、私たちはフランスの最初の強力な砦の一つについてたくさん学びます。無料の訪問では、何かにアクセスできないので興味がより限定されます。さもなければ、あなたは外の城壁の周りを自由にアクセスできます。いくつかの場所は悪い形、危険でさえあり、子供のために注意してください。

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Chouette découverte, à faire en visite guidée et c' est passionant, on en apprend beaucoup sur un des premiers forts bastionné de france. En visite libre, l'intéret est plus limité car on n'accède a rien. Sinon on peut faire le tour des remparts exterieurs en accès libre, c une balade sympa. Quelques endroits sont mal en point, voire dangereux, attention aux enfants.

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この非常に興味深い歴史的な場所のガイドツアーをお勧めします。ガイドは本当に情熱的で、彼の熱意を伝える方法を知っていました。

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Je recommande la visite guidée de ce lieu historique très intéressant. Le guide était vraiment passionné et savait transmettre son enthousiasme.

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LEARN ABOUT FORT BARRAUX

Fort Saint Barthélémy (eventually Fort Barraux) is the oldest fort using bastions in France. It was built in 1597 and its aspect changed very little over the past 400 years as the general layout invented by the Piedmontese architect Ercole Negro will be left almost intact by its followers: A fortress with an extended star shape with a narrow end, including many bastions and advanced ditches.

The fort was taken by surprise right after its completion by Lesdiguières, the Constable of Dauphiné. A few enhancements have been undertaken by the engineers of King Henry IV but didn't affect the general layout.

Vauban himself, Fortress Inspector in Chief of King Louis XIV in the late 17th century didn't change the arrangement of bastions and curtains. He would rather improve the various buildings inside the fort: two barracks, the well, the chapel, the large powder magazine and the gate house.

In the early 19th century, a casemate was added southward as this section was considered to be the weakest point

  • The gate house and the magazine were completed in the early 18th century. Two additional barracks were built.
  • The modern chapel was built in 1724 thanks to a gift from King Louis the Fifteenth on the ruins of the initial chapel from the Renaissance.
  • Large scale construction resumes circa 1820 with the addition of a casemate on the south front to reinforce its defense.
  • A cylindrical obstacle called "demoiselle" (Miss), was erected on the top of a traverse that crosses the ditch. Besiegers that would cross this traverse would have to kiss the Miss to bypass it, hence the name.
  • In the 1870s, unrest with Italy lead to the construction of 6 forts around Grenoble. During the 19th century, defenses of Fort Barraux were also enhanced.
  • The fort was used as a prison during both world wars; then in 1947, it was turned into an ammunition depot. The fort was left by the military in 1985 and was acquired by the municipality of Barraux.

(Source of Barraux is Wikipedia

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REFER TO THE SITE (URL) SHOWN BELOW

www.grenoble-tourisme.com

fort-barraux.fr

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