|Part of Dutch Gold Coast|
17th century view on Elmina. Fort Elmina is on the left, Fort Coenraadsburg on the right.
|UNESCO World Heritage site|
|Official name||Fort St. Jago (Fort Conraadsburg)|
|Location||Elmina, Central Region, Ghana|
|Part of||Forts and Castles, Volta, Greater Accra, Central and Western Regions|
|Inscription||1979 (3rd Session)|
Fort Coenraadsburg or Conraadsburg, also Fort São Tiago da Mina, is a fort on the Dutch Gold Coast, built in 1652 to protect Fort Elmina from attacks. It was built on the site of a fortified chapel that the Portuguese had built and that the Dutch had burned to the ground in the Battle of Elmina (1637). The Dutch ceded the fort to Britain in 1872, together with the entire Dutch Gold Coast.
- Transactions of the Historical Society of Ghana. The Society. 1959. p. 61.
- Doortmont; Smit, Jinna (2007-09-21). Sources for the Mutual History of Ghana and the Netherlands: An annotated guide to the Dutch archives relating to Ghana and West Africa in the Nationaal Archief 1593-1960. BRILL. p. 246. ISBN 9789047421894.