Fort Charlotte (Nassau)
|Part of Nassau, Bahamas|
|Nassau, The Bahamas|
Fort Charlotte, Nassau, The Bahamas
|Built by||John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore|
Fort Charlotte is a British-colonial era fort built on a hill over-looking the harbor of Nassau, The Bahamas. The fort sits a short walk west of downtown Nassau and the cruise ship terminal. The fort was constructed in the late 18th century by British colonial governor Lord Dunmore after the end of the American Revolutionary war. The fort has never been used in battle. It is one of several English forts that are still standing in Nassau. These forts were used as battle stations, to attack the invading Spaniards.
- "Fort Charlotte Nassau Bahamas". Bahamas Go. Retrieved 2010-02-26.
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