Latitude and longitude of Fort St Angelo
- In Malta
Fort Saint Angelo is a large fortification in Birgu, Malta, right at the centre of Grand Harbour. It is not known exactly when it was first built, but it definitely existed by the 13th century. It was originally known as the Castrum Maris until it was rebuilt by the Order of Saint John as Fort Saint Angelo in the 16th century. The fort was then used by the British as a stone frigate, and was known as HMS Egmont or later HMS St Angelo. It was last used for military purposes in 1979, and in 1998 part of it was handed back to the SMOM.
Latitude: 35° 53' 18.59" N
Longitude: 14° 31' 3.59" E
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