s’-Hertogenbosch, city walls and fort – The Netherlands

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s’-Hertogenbosch got city rights in 1184 and subsequently built her first walls. A few centuries later the city lowered these walls. It was not because they wanted a better view from their bedroom windows, but because it made them a harder target for cannons to hit. When the city expanded, they made new modern walls of earth.

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