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- A fort was established at Tianjin, known as "Tianjin Wei" (天津卫), meaning "Fort Tianjin".
- A fort was established by a group of Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Hendrik Potgieter with the help of a Dutch merchant Gregorius Ohrig.
- A fort was built in Romblon in 1650 and another in Banton Island by the Recollects.
- Fort is 2 km from Kannur town.
- Fort is considered by many as the father of modern paranormalism, which is the belief in paranormal phenomena.
- Construction was barely completed when the British under Brigadier General Henry Procter arrived and laid siege to the Fort, beginning on April 28, 1813.
- In the construction of the fort at Mudgal, advantage was taken of a hillock on the top of which were built houses of royalty and a wall with bastions.
- Fort Jesus, the permanent garrison whose construction was started by the Portuguese in 1593, changed masters 9 times before 1875.
- The site was selected for the construction of a fort by George Washington, and the fortifications were designed in 1778 by Tadeusz Kościuszko.
- In Roman times Chester le Street was the site of a Roman fort called Concangium located where the Cong Burn joins the River Wear.
- About 13km (8 miles) north of Cardiff is this imposing moated fortress built partly on the site of a Roman fort.
- Fort Eustis, Virginia and Fort Story, Virginia are a part of the Hampton Roads area, home to the largest military market in the nation.
- Fort Benning is also home to the United States Army Ranger School, one of the army's elite forces.
- Rich in history, Kasaragod is home to the largest and best preserved fort in the state-bekal.
- The City of Palms Classic is an annual high school basketball tournament held in Fort Myers, Florida.
- Catherine Hickland (born February 11, 1956 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an actress, best known for roles on soap operas broadcast in the United States.
- Niki Taylor (born March 5, 1975 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida) is an American model who is one of the most successful international models of all time.
- At Fort Benning, soldiers who were classified as medically unfit to fight are now being sent to war.
- Fort Riley, northeast of Junction City, is home to more than 15,000 soldiers and the 1st Infantry Division.
- Construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961 and Cuban Missile Crisis the following year witnessed heightened alert for soldiers stationed at Fort Riley.
- These " Texian s" then proceeded to seize key towns and fort s, including the Alamo in San Antonio and the Presidio La Bahia in the town of Goliad.
- The fort of Jamrud was the most famous and it blocked the Khyber Pass, not permitting any army to come from the Kabul side.
- The fort was the first to be built by the Zamorins of Kozhikode.
- Kottakunnu - famous for Vettakkorumakan Temple and the Siva temple with murals of Malabar and an old fort built by the Samoothiris (Zamorins) of Kozhikode.
- At Kottakkunnu one can see traces of the first fort to be built by the Zamorins(Samoothiri) of Kozhikode.
- The area around the Fort was cleared, and the Maidan became "the Lungs of Kolkata".
- This led the British to build a new fort in the Maidan.
- In front of the Fort is the Maidan, which used to be a part of the Fort and is the largest urban park in Calcutta.
- Presidio: The Spanish term for a place of defence such as; a fort, garrison or garrison town, or just a guard house.
- The British depart keeping a garrison at Fort Niagara.
- The roads here were originally built as military roads by General Wade to connect the garrison at Inverness with Fort Augustus and Fort William.
- Having captured the fort, Ranjit Singh now controlled Lahore.
- Maharaja Sansar Chand had to agree to the demand of Ranjit Singh and in 1809 itself the fort was taken over by the Sikhs from Maharaja Sansar Chand.
- Ranjit singh occupied the fort and captured considerable war material,including the Zamzama and the area which yielded a handsome revenue.
- The fort of Kangra with 66 villages surrounding it, was made over to Ranjit Singh.
- Tuglak, an Afghan king of Delhi, captured the fort at Kangra in the reign of Raja Priti Chand.
- His body was first buried at St. Francis Church, which was located at Fort Kochi in the city of Kochi, but his remains were returned to Portugal in 1539.
- Fort Kochi Beach also known as kochi beach is the finest beach of kerala.
- The Dutch wrested Fort Kochi from the Portuguese in AD 1663 and later in the last phase of the colonial saga, the British took over, the town in 1795.
- When booking keep in mind the area around Fort Kochi is quieter and more scenic than the rest of the city.
- Fort Kochi in Kochi was the first European colonial settlement in India.
- Fort Kochi: Starting as a fishing village, it became the first fort built by the Europeans in India.
- They spanned the river Attock by the means of a pontoon bridge and occupied the fort of Jehangiria.
- Around this time, Ranjit singh also got the fort of Attock by daring operations of Hari Singh Nalwa and Desa Singh Majithia.
- In 1813, the Sikhs conquered the fort of Attock, at which time lower Hazara became tributary to them.
- The capture of the fort of Attock meant the liberation of Northern India from Afghan menace.
- The Diocese of Fort Worth was formed from the western part of the Diocese of Dallas, in part out of opposition to the ordination of women to the priesthood.
- Race tracks, and racing related bussineses in the Dallas - Fort Worth area.
- The important buildings of Shah Jahan were the Diwan-i-Am and Diwan-i-Khas in the fort of Delhi, the Jama Masjid, the Moti Masjid and the Taj.
- Aurangzeb under the command from Shah Jahan took over Hyderabad by surprise and restricted Abdullah within the Golconda fort.
- Shah Jahan started construction of the massive fort in 1638 and it was completed in 1648.
- Shah Jahan would recover from his illness only to spend his last days as an old and decrepit man, imprisoned by his son Aurangzeb, in the fort in Agra.
- Firstly,old Shajahan was held prisoner by his son Aurangzeb in the basement storey in the Fort and not in an open,fashionable upper storey.
- Tellicherry Fort: This fort is located around 22 km from Kannur and is perched on a rocky hill on the Thalasseri beach itself.
- The most important landmark of Tellicherry is Tellicherry Fort, which was built by the British on 20th August 1708 on a small hill "Thiruvallippad Kunnu".
- He reached agreement with the English and in about 1699 leased the site of the abandoned Tellicherry fort to the English.
- Thalassery Fort This fort is built of red bricks in an area of two acres.
- Thalassery Fort: This fort which had witnessed many ebbs and tides of history is of much importance to tourists who are interested in historical events.
- Thalassery Fort: Constructed in 1708 AD, the Thalaserry Fort was the military centre of the British, located at a distance of 22 km from Kannur.
- It was established in 1650, when Mughal Emperor Shahjahan shifted his capital from Agra to Delhi, as an accompaniment to the fort.
- Once the capital of the Vijayanagar rulers in AD 1600, the town is famous for the Chandragiri Fort that has been built on a 180-metre-high rock.
- Their capital was on North Eildon hill near Melrose, near where the Romans later built the fort of Trimontium (Newstead).
- In 1507, the fort was besieged by the local ruler in the Siege of Cannanore (1507).
- In 1708 the British built a fort at Tellichrey, just outside Cannanore.
- Da Gama arranged to leave two hunfred of his men behind at Cannanore, and this appears to have led to the founding of the fort.
- At that time the river Ravi, which now lies a few miles away from Lahore, touched the ramparts of the Fort and the Mosque.
- During your time in Puerto Plata, it is recommended that you visit the Fort, Ocean World and El Faro amongst other attractions.
- At this time the East India Company had a small settlement at Fort St. George near the village of Madraspatnam.
- Kasaragod is known as the land of Gods, forts, rivers, hills and beautiful sea shores.The Fort at Bekal is the largest and the best preserved.
- Among the forts, Bekal fort is the largest and best preserved fort of Kerala.
- It is Welsh and could mean "fort on a hill" (Caer-rhiw), "fort by yews" (Caer-yw) or simply "forts" (Caerau).
- The Fort Worth Star-Telegram is a major U.S. daily newspaper serving Fort Worth and the western half of the North Texas area known as the Metroplex.
- Texas › › Fort Worth Star-Telegram is the premiere source of information for Dallas and Fort Worth areas.
- Soon afterwards all his possessions outside the city of Amritsar were seized and his fort in the city was besieged.
- The Maharaja used the fort also for his residence in Amritsar before the Ram Bagh Palace was constructed.
- Taimur Khan, a local Governor, was able to expel the Sikhs from Amritsar and raze the fort of Ram Rauni.
- The Governor of Lahore ordered an army attack on Ram Rauni to kill the Sikhs staying in that fort.
- It was at this time that Sikhs built their first fort, called Ram Rauni, at Amritsar.
- Concordia Seminary in St. Louis and the Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne are LCMS-run but not part of the system.
- The visit to Fort McHenry was part of the Fleet Activities Sasebo basewide tour for the graduating students of the 29th BEE course.
- Fort McHenry is a dock-landing ship forward-deployed to Sasebo, Japan as part of the Essex Amphibious Ready Group.
- Sultan's battery - pronounced as (sul-than-ba-theri) in malayalam, 98km from Kozhikode, derives it's name from Tipu Sultan of Mysore who built a fort here.
- In 1789, Tipu Sultan marched to Kozhikode with an army of 60,000, destroyed the fort, and razed the town to the ground.
- In the busy market place of the city are the remnants of this fort built by Tipu Sultan.
- Haynes was also part of the military expedition against Fort Ticonderoga, made legendary by Ethan Allen and the famous Green Mountain Boys.
- It was Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys, however, who took the fort, depriving Arnold of the glory a victorious command would have brought.
- Early in the Revolution, his expedition against Fort Ticonderoga joined that of Ethan Allen, and the joint command took the fort.
- On the day of May 10, 1775 a man named Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys seized and captured Fort Ticonderoga from the British.
- He and Ethan Allen captured Fort Ticonderoga, gaining needed supplies and cannons that were later used in the Siege of Boston.
- This old granite fort is situated in the very heart of the Palakkad town and one of the best preserved fort in Kerala.
- Situated on 15 acres of land on the western border of Palakkad town, the fort was built by Hyder Ali, a Muslim soldier-adventurer in 1766.
- It is the fort which is situated in the middle of Palakkad town that first welcomes the tourists to this place.
- It contains a fort known as Fort James.
- In 1695, Fort James was taken by the French after a battle with the English sailors.
- It was captured by the Dutch during the Northern Wars later that decade and then they soon lost it to the British who renamed it Fort James.
- The town is dominated by an old ksar (fort) whose ruins are well preserved.
- Fort James is located on an island about 30 km upstream on the River Gambia (see map) and is home to the ruins which once belonged to colonial Britain.
- Droog At a distance of 13 km from Coonoor, Droog takes one into the past, with the ruins of a fort, which was once used by Tipu Sultan in the 16th century.
- The current dimensions of the fort can be attributed to the American army, which occupied the ruins of Fort Amherstburg from October 1813 until July 1815.
- The British started construction of the fortifications that became Fort Amherstburg in 1799 and did not complete the earthworks and palisades until 1801.
- The headquarters of the British Right Division during the War of 1812, Fort Amherstburg was little changed from this earlier plan.
- On February 18, Major Charles Boulton and his men, passing near the Fort, were arrested by Riel's men, 48 were captured, including Thomas Scott.
- News of the expedition had caused intense excitement in Fort Garry and every available man was called in to defend the fort.
- However, they suffered a setback on February 17, when forty eight men, including Boulton and Thomas Scott, were apprehended near Fort Garry.
- Fort Garry is bordered on the east by Riel, to the south by St. Norbert, to the north by Lord Roberts, and to the west by Fort Whyte.
- The fort is situated in the Thiruvallippad hill of Thalassery town, 20 kms away from Kannur in the south direction.
- Walk able distance from Thalassery town, a sea view site surrounded by the Sai gym, Thalassery Stadium, Thalassery Fort and the Arabian sea.
- Sacred Heart Girls High School is an educational institution in Thalassery, situated in the heart of Thalassery town, in front of the Thalassery Fort.
- Situated 20 km South of Kannur Town, the fort is built atop the Thiruvallippad hill of Thalassery town.
- The palace is situated in Ayikkara, near St. Angelo Fort, at a distance of 3 km from Kannur town.
- The road is so-named, because it leads to the St. Angelo Fort.Fort Road is the business hub of Kannur town.
- Shivaji visited Agra fort as per the "Purandar Treaty" entered into with Mirza Raja Jaisingh to met Aurangzeb in the Diwan-i-khas.
- The construction of the Agra fort was started around 1565 when the initial structures were built by Akbar.
- A Chhatri or cenotaph of Bahadur at the foot step of Agra fort in the memory of Bahadur is a site for attraction for tourists even today.
- Twice the size of the fort at Agra, the Red Fort was named for the high, red sandstone wall that surrounded the white marble palaces.
- With his succession secured, Aurangzeb kept Shah Jahan under house arrest at the Red Fort in Agra.
- The Mughals never referred the Red Fort as a fort; rather, it was referred as the 'Lal Haveli', or the Red Bungalow.
- The entrance to the fort is through Alamgiri Gate The inscription outside the Fort tells that Jehangir built it in 1618.
- Entrance to the fort is through the imposing Lahore Gate, which as its name suggests faces Lahore, now in Pakistan.
- Standing on a bluff above Lake Ontario not far from Niagara Falls, Old Fort Niagara has dominated the entrance to the Niagara River since 1726.
- Perhaps no Fort in Africa has experienced such turbulence as Fort Jesus.
- Day trips around the city of Mombasa and a visit to Fort Jesus, built by the Portuguese in 1593 are arranged.
- Fort Jesus, built in 1593 by the Portuguese to guard the entrance of the Old Dhow Harbor is the island's landmark.
- He commanded the defenses of Charleston, South Carolina, at the start of the Civil War at Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861.
- At the firing on Fort Sumter, April 12-13, 1861, the first shots of the Civil War, Virginia was still inside the Union.
- His offer was rejected, and on April 12, the Civil War began with shots fired on the fort.
- At the start of the Civil War, he was a captain in the garrison at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, under Major Robert Anderson.
- At Fort Sumter, South Carolina troops repulsed a supply ship trying to reach federal forces based in the fort.
- Hostilities began on April 12, 1861, when Confederate forces attacked a US military installation at Fort Sumter in South Carolina.
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