Lower Eselsberg Fort by EuroTourData
Lower Eselsberg Fort was built in 1856 as the western polygonal fort of Ulm Federal Fortress. The fort consists of the rampart, with eight artillery positions, the encircling defensive wall, the Reduit, the ditch, and the double caponier. The fort could be occupied with 684 militaries. Info is based on the article Bundesfestung Ulm - Fort Unterer Eselsberg of German Wikipedia.
Lower Eselsberg Fort info
|Tourist Audience||Cultural heritage tourism|
|German official name||Werk XXXIV|
|German alternate name||Fort Unterer Eselsberg|
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|Public access||Guide tours|
|Street address||Mähringer Weg 75|
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Dataset to Lower Eselsberg Fort
Tabular datasets and ATOM feed to Lower Eselsberg Fort of Ulm Federal Fortress, by EuroTourData.
ETD ID: ledlbfrt-ulm.
Tags: tourist attraction, Germany, Baden-Württemberg, fortification, polygonal fort.
Creator: Nikolaj Antonov
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