The Fort of Vauban are 12 gatherings of invigorated structures and destinations along the fringes of France. They were outlined by Vauban (1633–1707), and were included 2008 to the rundown of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Romans most likely constructed the principal fortresses at Antibes. In 1553, a tower called la visit Saint-Florent was worked around a prior church. Henry III had four bastions included 1565, whereupon it progressed toward becoming Fort Carré (the squared post).