Fort George Print

The Highlanders Museum Fort George Print Fort George print 30cm x 21.5cm One of the most outstanding artillery fortifications in Europe, Fort George stands sentinel on a promontory in the Moray Firth, near Inverness. Named after George ll, it was built as an impregnable base for his army following the Jacobite defeat at nearby Culloden in April 1746. Never seeing action, it has remained in continuous use as a garrison ever since. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Fort George Print

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Fort George Print
Fort George Print

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Fort George Print

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Model Number: fgp
Fort George print
30cm x 21.5cm

One of the most outstanding artillery fortifications in Europe, Fort George stands sentinel on a promontory in the Moray Firth, near Inverness. Named after George ll, it was built as an impregnable base for his army following the Jacobite defeat at nearby Culloden in April 1746. Never seeing action, it has remained in continuous use as a garrison ever since.
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Fort George print
30cm x 21.5cm

One of the most outstanding artillery fortifications in Europe, Fort George stands sentinel on a promontory in the Moray Firth, near Inverness. Named after George ll, it was built as an impregnable base for his army following the Jacobite defeat at nearby Culloden in April 1746. Never seeing action, it has remained in continuous use as a garrison ever since.

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