The name Fort Nassau was used by the Dutch in the 17th century for several fortifications, mostly trading stations, named for the House of Orange-Nassau. It was also the name of a British fort, which was formerly a Dutch fort.
Forts of this name included:
- Fort Nassau (North River), established 1614 in Albany, New York
- Fort Nassau (South River), established 1627 in Gloucester City, New Jersey
- Fort Nassau (Netherlands) at Aardenburg in Zeeland
- Old Fort of Nassau, established 1i697, in The Bahamas, which, as a British fort, was attacked by U.S. Marines in 1776
- Fort Nassau (Ghana), established near Mori
- Fort Nassau (Guyana), on the Berbice River
- Fort Nassau (Senegal), Senegal
- Fort Nassau, Banda Islands, on the island of Bandaneira, in Indonesia, constructed in 1609
- Fort Oranje Nassau, Curacao, established as Fort Republiek in 1800s
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