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St. Julian's Fort in Cartagena

Historical and architecural study of a late bastioned fort.

Evolution of siege techniques

From the Catholic Monarchs to Vauban.

Burgos castle siege tunnels & well

Amongst the most interesting features of Burgos castle are the medieval well, siege tunnels and counter mines that have been preserved below the surface.

Fortified Tower Houses of Northern Spain

The area of the Spanish mainland bordering the Atlantic Ocean that today is known as Asturias, Cantabria and the Basque Country, was little influenced by Islamic occupation and culture in the Middle Ages.

The Fortifications of Ceuta

Ceuta stands on a small peninsula that juts out into the Mediterranean Sea from the coast of North Africa.

Fortifications of Cadiz

Founded by the Phoenicians as Gadir around 1100BC, Cadiz is thought to be the oldest town in Spain.

Combat, Welfare and Violence

The Experience of Spain's Early Modern Soldiers.

Coastal Defences of Galicia

During the Age of Enlightenment.

Scaping the Wall

This thesis undertakes the preservation of a section of the 16th century fortified wall of San Juan, Puerto Rico,

Spain in the Pacific

The fortifications that were erected by the Spanish Crown in its overseas territories is the largest collection of defence constructions

The Fortifications of Old Panama

At the end of the 16th Century the Capital of Panama was described as situated in the South Sea Coast,

Fuerte de Santa Isabel

The beginning of this fortification is attributed to "El padre capitan" Fray Agustin de San Pedro,

Montearagon Castle

Montearagón Castle lies, east of the village of Quicena, in the province of Huesca in Spain.

Cuba's Colonial Fortifications

During the early years of the 16th century, the conflicts between the European powers remained away from New World.

Castillo de San Fernando

The French troops' frequent incursions during the late 17th century and the early 18th century revealed the need of having,

Survey of Spanish Civil War Military Architecture

Archaeologists in the region have formed a working group to carry a survey

San Lorenzo

From Redoubt to Bastion. The History of San Lorenzo.

Mortars in Spanish New World Fortifications

Fort San Cristóbal is the largest fortification ever built by the Spanish in the New World.

The Album Royaume De Naples

An example of Spanish military cartography in the early 18th century.

Jagua Castle, Cuba

Jagua Castle, locally known as Castillo de Jagua, is situated on a hill at the entrance of the bay of Cienfuegos,

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