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- Aardenburg in Zeeland (Netherlands), originally named Fort Nieuw Terhofstede, together with the inevitable Fort Oranje constructed in 1621-1622.
- Old Nassau Fort in The Bahamas, under British control, which played a small part in a naval action and amphibious landing during the American Revolutionary War in 1776.
- Fort Nassau, Banda Islands, on the island of Bandaneira, constructed in 1609.
- On the island of Curaçao near Willemstad, later converted to a restaurant.
- Fort Nassau (North River) established 1614 in Albany, New York for the Indian trade. Later replaced by Fort Orange.
- Fort Nassau (South River) established 1626 at Big Timber Creek at Gloucester City, New Jersey.
- Fort Nassau (Ghana), established near Mori. Later used for the slave trade. Probably constructed in the late sixteenth or early seventeenth century.
- Senegal, along with Fort Oranje constructed on an island purchased from the head of a local tribe.
- Fort Nassau (Guyana), on the Berbice River.
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