Circular rampart

Local nameKarolingische ringwalburg
LocationVlissingen, Netherlands

A circular rampart is an embankment built in the shape of a circle that was used as part of the defences for a military fortification, hill fort or refuge, or was built for religious purposes or as a place of gathering.

The period during which these structures appeared stretches from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages.

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Address Oost-Souburg 4388, Netherlands

Coordinates 51°27'47.674" N 3°36'15.455" E

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