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A fort is a fortification, a defensive military construction.
Types of fortifications
- Castle, fortified building
- Defensive wall, fortified wall
- Blanket fort or pillow fort, built by children
- Device Forts, England from 1539
- Hill fort, European Bronze Age / Maori / Indian
- Martello tower, British Empire 19th century
- Promontory fort, mainly Iron Age
- Star fort, 15th and 16th century Europe
- Tegart fort, Palestine from 1938
- Wagon fort, many periods and places
- Playplace, for children, also known as a play fort
- The Fort Arts Hub (Brisbane), an independent centre for the arts, Brisbane
- Fort (Mumbai precinct), a neighborhood in India
in Sri Lanka
- Fort (Colombo), the central business district of Colombo, Sri Lanka
In the United Kingdom
- The Fort Shopping Park, a retail park in Birmingham
in the United States
- A name prefix used for many Army bases and cities built around them.
- The Fort (Taft, California), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Kern County, California
- The Fort (Morrison, Colorado), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Jefferson County, Colorado
- The Fort (Gillette Stadium), area of soccer stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts
- The Fort (North Lewisburg, Ohio), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Union County, Ohio
- Fort (surname)
- Fort (band), an Australian band
- Forts (album), an album by The Boggs
- Fleet Fort, a Canadian World War II aircraft
- RPC Fort, a Ukrainian arms manufacturer
- Fort 12, a Ukrainian semi-automatic pistol
- Fort, journal of the Fortress Study Group, academic journal on military fortification
- The Fort, a novel written by Bernard Cornwell
- Michael McKenry, a baseball player, has been nicknamed "Fort" or "The Fort"
- Fortress (disambiguation)
- Category:Forts for Wikipedia articles on forts
- Wikipedia articles starting with "Fort"
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