Fort Ticonderoga

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Fort Ticonderoga
The fort's configuration is described in detail below.
Fort Ticonderoga from Mount Defiance
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
The fort is located by Lake Champlain in New York near the Vermont border, about 2/5 of the way north from New York City to Montreal.
Location Ticonderoga, New York
Nearest city Burlington, Vermont
Coordinates 43°50′30″N 73°23′15″W / 43.84167°N 73.38750°W / 43.84167; -73.38750Coordinates: 43°50′30″N 73°23′15″W / 43.84167°N 73.38750°W / 43.84167; -73.38750
Area 21,950 acres (8,880 ha)
Built 1755–1758
Architect Marquis de Lotbinière
Architectural style Vauban-style fortress
NRHP reference # 66000519
Significant dates
Added to NRHP October 15, 1966[1]
Designated NHL October 9, 1960

Fort Ticonderoga is a fort where there was a major battle. It is in New York State.

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