Explore Stockholm Fortifications

from north.

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Arholma Coastal Artillery Battery

Was built in 1968 as the artillery fort into the rock to protect the strategic waterway to Stockholm. Discover Arholma Coastal Artillery Battery

Siarö Fort

Was built in 1924 as the sea fort to protect the waterway to Stockholm, and was part of Vaxholm External Fortification Line. Discover Siarö Fort

Fredriksborg Fortress

Was built in 1735 as the coastal fortress to protect the waterway to Stockholm. Discover Fredriksborg Fortress

Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort

Was built in 1877 as the coastal fort to protect the strategic waterway across strait Oxdjupet to Stockholm and was part of Vaxholm Fortification Line. Discover Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort

Rindö Redoubt

Was built in 1864 as the coastal redoubt, to protect the northern strategic waterway to Stockholm and was the part of Vaxholm Fortification Line. Discover Rindö Redoubt

Vaxholm Fortress

Was built in 1548 to protect the waterway to Stockholm, and was completely rebuilt in 1863 as the powerful sea fortress and got the modern look. Discover Vaxholm Fortress

Dalarö Fort

Was built in 1656 as the sea fort to protect the sea port Dalarö and the waterway to Stockholm. Discover Dalarö Fort

Landsort Heavy Artillery Battery

Was built in 1977 as the artillery fort into the rock to protect the waterway to Stockholm. Discover Landsort Heavy Artillery Battery

Landsort 152-mm. Artillery Battery

Was built in 1938 as the artillery fort into the rock to protect the waterway to Stockholm. Discover Landsort 152-mm. Artillery Battery