The first forts established in Bermuda were built under Governor Richard Moore in 1612 to protect against potential attacks from the Spanish. Due to Bermuda’s strategic maritime location during wartimes, the British would go on to erect more than 90 forts across the island. These structures were built of stone, which is why many remains can still be seen to this day and make great historical attractions.
Vintage Bermuda Forts
November 20, 2022