Fort Chambray
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Fort Chambray

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Built in the XNUMXth century by the Order of the Knights of Malta. The fort was likely to be the citadel of a new city, which never happened. After the French invasion it was used as a military hospital and psychiatric institution. The fort is currently used as a luxury resort.

Well entered in the register: National Inventory of Cultural Heritage of the Maltese Islands - National Inventory of Cultural Property of the Maltese Islands (NICPMI) 

01361              Cambray Forts / Fort Chambrai

01362              Bastjun ta 'Notre Dame / Notre Dame Bastion - Fort Chambrai

01363              Bastjun ta 'San Pawl / St Paul Bastion - Fort Chambrai

01364              Bastjun ta 'Sant Antnin / St Anthony Bastion - Fort Chambrai

01365              Guardian Angel Bastion - Fort Chambrai

01366              Curtain wall with main entrance - Fort Chambrai

01367              Right Ravelin - Fort Chambrai

01368              Left Ravelin - Fort Chambrai

01369              Curtain wall linking St Anthony Bastion to St Paul Bastion - Fort Chambrai

01370              Curtain wall linking St Anthony Bastion to Guardian Angel Bastion - FortChambrai

01371              Central Counterguard - Fort Chambrai

01372              Covertway - Fort Chambrai

01373              pit / Ditch - Fort Chambrai

01374              Mgarr facing front - Fort Chambrai

01375              Cliff face - Fort Chambrai

01376              Polverista - Fort Chambrai

Look at the card "The Maltese Fortifications"

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