Fredriksborg Fortress by EuroTourData

Fredriksborg Fortress was built in 1735 as the coastal fortress to protect the waterway to Stockholm. The fortress consists of an upper redoubt with the gallery for cannons and rifles. The armament of the redoubt consisted of 40 cannons and 2000 soldiers. The coastal part had 41 cannons and was located between two caponiers. Currently, only the northern caponier has been preserved. The garrison consisted of 150 soldiers. Info is based on the article Fredriksborgs fästning of Swedish Wikipedia.

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Fredriksborg Fortress info

Table 1. Fredriksborg Fortress general info and geo
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
Swedish original name Fredriksborgs fästning
Category Coastal defence and fortification
Garrison of the top redoubt 2000
Garrison of the low fortification 150
Cannons of the top redoubt 40
Cannons of the low fortification 41
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Video Fredriksborg Fortress of YouTube
Condition Largely restored
Public access Guided tours
Street address
Fredriksborgsvägen 17
Postal code 13990
Municipality Värmdö
County Big Stockholm
Country Sweden
Google Map Fredriksborg Fortress
Directions to Fredriksborg Fortress
Plus code 9FFWCC2R+4R
Waze Map Fredriksborg Fortress
OpenStreetMap Fredriksborg Fortress
Latitude 59.40037
Longitude 18.44224
GeoNames ID 12104926
Knowledge Panel Fredriksborg Fortress
Owner National Property Board of Sweden
Table 2. Tour operator of Fredriksborg Fortress
Name Fredriksborg Hotell
Swedish alternate name Fredriksborg Hotell & Restaurang
Location Fredriksborg Fortress
Telephone number +46854138050
Website Fredriksborg

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Dataset to Fredriksborg Fortress

Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Fredriksborg Fortress of Stockholm Fortifications, by EuroTourData.

ETD ID: femfort-sth.

Tags: tourist attraction, Sweden, Stockholm, Värmdö, coastal fortification, fortress.

Creator: Nikolaj Antonov

Published: .

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Publisher: NikAnt Webkonsult AB

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