A star fort, bastion fort or trace italienne, is a fortification in a style that evolved during the age of gunpowder when the cannon came to dominate the battlefield. It was first seen in the mid-15th century in Italy. ... the star fortress was a very flat structure composed of many triangular bastions, specifically designed to cover each other, and a ditch. (wiki)
|Dutch Water Defence Lines||Naarden, Weesp, Muiden|
|Elvas||Forte de Santa Luzia|
|Fortifications of Vauban||Neuf-Brisach, Arras Citadel, Saint-Martin-de-Ré, citadel of Besançon, Longwy, Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue/Tatihou|
|Fortress of Suomenlinna|
|La Fortaleza||Fort San Cristóbal, Fort San Felipe del Morro|
|Mantua and Sabbioneta||Sabbioneta|
|Melaka and George Town||Fort Cornwallis in George Town|
|Old Havana||the fortresses of La Cabaña, Castillo San Salvador de la Punta and Castillo de la Real Fuerz|
|Québec||Citadel of Quebec|
|St. Petersburg||Peter & Paul Fortress|
|Valletta||Fort Saint Elmo|
|Venetian Works of Defence||Palmanova|
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