Fort Werk aan de Korte Uitweg

Tull en ´t Waal, Netherlands

Fort Werk aan de Korte Uitweg was built as a part of New Dutch Waterline defence line between 1873-1879. It was able to host 160 soldiers. The fort was restored in 1999.



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Founded: 1873-1879
Category: Castles and fortifications in Netherlands

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Wanda Catsman (2 years ago)
Super fijne plek om even te rusten tijdens een wandeling
Glenn Hubner (3 years ago)
Leuke fort ...gezellige mensen en een leuke camping aanwezig. .Je kan hier goed vertoeven
Paul Jacobs (3 years ago)
Lekkere high tea. Vriendelijk personeel, mooie ruimte. Er zijn extra ruimtes om te vergaderen of een hei-sessie te houden. Ik kom hier zeker nog een keertje terug!
Simon Hall (3 years ago)
Very friendly, quiet and simple site
Kim Cohen (4 years ago)
We took the summer foot ferry here and crossed the river Lek during a delta hike.
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