Fort Louvois in south-west France on the shores of Bourcefranc-le-Chapus was first built in the late seventeenth century under the then military minister Marquis of Louvois. The construction was finished by the military architect Vauban after that. The fort was actually built to protect any kind of reach by intruders to Manumission Passage. This place isn't very big, so you won't be there long, but it's worth a visit. You walk when the tide is out, or if the tide is in, they have a free ferry. If you go inside, you have to pay an entrance fee, it's not expensive. Very informative but in the French language.
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