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Inniskilling Fusiliers Monument

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Amazing Feats of Bravery of the 27th Inniskilling Fusiliers - Recognised Here

This Fort was named Fort Charlotte by the Father of Queen Victoria following the major battle in... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2017
Kirktoncoll
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
A bit of 18th Century history

This monument commemorates the bravery of the Irish in 1796 against French troops. The grounds are... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
Andrew C
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Witney, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 5 March 2017

This Fort was named Fort Charlotte by the Father of Queen Victoria following the major battle in 1796. In 1795 they sailed to recapture the Island from the French. The army was led by General Abercrombie and they beseiged the French here. The win was...More

Thank Kirktoncoll
Reviewed 24 February 2017

This monument commemorates the bravery of the Irish in 1796 against French troops. The grounds are well maintained, and there was a very helpful guide on site to show us around and give us an explanation of the historic events.

1  Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 10 February 2017

As is so often the case, the English were assisted by the Irish in this battle. The setting is particularly beautiful for this memorial.

1  Thank Ronnie S
Reviewed 24 December 2016

This is a relatively interesting piece of St Lucia history but it is the location that makes a visit worthwhile. You will get great views over the island and sea from the monument's spot on top of a hill and will undoubtedly get great views...More

1  Thank aberdeenangler
Reviewed 29 April 2015

High up in the mountains of Saint Lucia the Inniskilling Monument is a vista point that has great historic significance to this island nation. As with most battle sights the high ground being the most strategic location has a lush views. It is well worth...More

Thank vsattui123
Reviewed 23 March 2015

The Inniskilling Monument is part of the Morne Complex and is a tribute to the battle that ended the conflict between the English and the French in 1796 where the English were victorious. Worth a look. The Morne Complex is in a beautiful area with...More

1  Thank igolfCA
Reviewed 21 February 2015

The monument is at Morne Fortune Historic area. You don't go just for that; you go because you pass, old fort buildings and vegetation. For a small tip a guide tells you about the area. Worth a visit. William Arthur Lewis - noble laureate- grave...More

1  Thank mas1958
Reviewed 21 February 2015

St. Lucia is about the scenery. This is an excellent site for your photo ops. Get a guide who can give you some St. Lucia history while you relish the views and you have a nice excursion

1  Thank shapgo
Reviewed 28 December 2014

The long climb out of Castries to Morne Fortune shows the lengths that both Britain, and France, in the C18th were prepared to go to secure this lovel, and highly significant island. Fort Charlotte, now occupied by the Sir Arthur Lewis Community Collage, (and what...More

2  Thank cherriesfan_9
Reviewed 10 July 2014

The historical significance of the site is a delight and splendor on its own to take in and grasp the battles won in the fight for the independence of St. Lucia, but what caught my heart and breathe was the breathe taking views of the...More

1  Thank oh2good
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