Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort by EuroTourData

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. The fort consists of an upper part that was blown up in the rock and the lower part at the edge of the fairway. These parts are connected by the tunnel about 300 meters long located inside the rock. The upper part had three 240 mm. cannons М/96 that were installed on the descending platforms. In the lower part, there were cannons in casemates, which had a firing direction to the northern entrance to the strait and to the flank at the waterline level. For protection from the infantry, the lower part has caponiers, which are also connected by the tunnel inside the rock. Info is based on the article Oskar-Fredriksborg of Swedish Wikipedia.

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Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort info

Table 1. Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort general info and geo
Tourist Audience Cultural heritage tourism
Swedish original name Oskar-Fredriksborg fästning
Category Coastal defence and fortification
Audio Speech about Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
Video Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort of YouTube
Condition Fully saved
Public access Free
Street address
Postal code 18541
Town Vaxholm
County Big Stockholm
Country Sweden
Google Map Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
Directions to Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
Plus code 9FFW9CXM+CV
Waze Map Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
OpenStreetMap Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
Latitude 59.39861
Longitude 18.43563
GeoNames ID 12104321
Knowledge Panel Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort
Owner National Property Board of Sweden

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Dataset to Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort

Tabular dataset and ATOM feed to Oskar-Fredriksborg Fort of Stockholm Fortifications, by EuroTourData.

ETD ID: ofbfort-sth.

Tags: tourist attraction, Sweden, Stockholm, Rindö, coastal fortification, fort.

Creator: Nikolaj Antonov

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