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Preserved 18th-century architecture
Since the completion of its construction in 1734, Fort Dauphin has hardly been modified and is one of the few works to have preserved its 18th-century architectural features. Rectangular, it has three bastions and a half-bastion linked to the steep slope of the land. Its two parts are separated by a crossbar on which the barracks rest. Fort Dauphin's defensive equipment is turned towards the east and the Infernet mountain.
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