|Kodungallur, Thrissur District, Kerala|
|Owner||Government of Kerala|
|Controlled by|| Portuguese Empire
The stone fort was built by the Portuguese in 1523, and was called Fortaleza da Sao Tome in colonial Portuguese India.
Dutch India took possession of it in 1661, and later it came under the control of Tipu Sultan. Dutch India wrested it back from Tipu Sultan, but the fort eventually came under the control of Tipu, who destroyed it in the following year.
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