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Fort Burt

Fort Burt
Road Town
British Virgin Islands
Rebuilt by the English in 1776 and named after William Burt, Governor of the Leeward Islands. Originally built approximately 20ft above sea level, this site offers breathtaking views of Road Harbour and the surrounding islands. This commanding site offered defence to Road Harbour and features foundations, magazine and cannon remains of this historic ruin. Presently the site of a hotel and restaurant, meals are served during lunch and dinner.
Rebuilt by the English in 1776 and named after William Burt, Governor of the Leeward Islands. Originally built approximately 20ft above sea level, this site offers breathtaking views of Road Harbour and the surrounding islands. This commanding site offered defence to Road Harbour and features foundations, magazine and cannon remains of this historic ruin. Presently the site of a hotel and restaurant, meals are served during lunch and dinner.

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