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Rampart

Ramparts are the old city walls built to protect the inhabitants from attack. They can be built of stone, brick, wood, or pise (baked clay) and can have round or square towers at intervals that serve as barracks, granaries, or arsenals.

   
 
Nyon - Switzerland
   
Fort William
 
       
 
Province - France
 
Colmar - France
 
Sisteron - France
 
       
 
Medina - Marakesh - Morocco (1157)
 
Castello Sforzesco - Milan - Italy - (1500)
 
Kasbah - Rabat - Morocco (13th c.)
 
       
 
Dublin - Ireland
 
Chateau D'Aigle - Switzerland (1200)
 
Kasbah - Rabat - Morocco (13th c.)