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This is a very interesting location. We stopped along the side route in order to have some lunch and wondered among some of the trees to see around the Fort. You are not able to enter the Fort, but it's amazing to see and shows...More
This is a hike through the woods, but stick to the paths. This was a battle field & as the many signs remind you it is dangerous to wander off the trail. There is unexploded ordinance & land mines. It is really interesting to check...More
Easily reached off the main road, this Fort was never taken by the Germans. Take some time to go walk about in the surrounding woods and you will find more remains and photo opportunities. We even had a long encounter with a Bat who was...More
I have visited this site several times, each time finding new places and things to see.
The remains of the fort and the woods that surround it, give little feel for the position it held in the defences of Verdun, but is perhaps one of...More
The fort is a ruined heap not accessible to the public and was never taken by the Germans. On top is a Parmard Casement which housed machine guns. There are walks through the woods and a trail leads to the Lion Memorial which commemorates the...More
This fort was part of the defense systems around Verdun. Differently from the more famous Douaumont and Vaux forts, this was somewhat arretrated, and even though theatre of fierce actions, it was never successfully taken by the Germans.
The fort can be spotted along a...More
Take your time to explore this part of the battlefield, from the ruin of Fort de Souville to the Bussiere turret and the Pamart machine gun bunkers. This wood is full of things to see and discover from the battle.
We were headed to Fort de Vaux when we saw the roadside signage for the Casemate Pamard Modele 1917, which was part of the Fort de Souville fortifications. Without this signage we would not have found the fort since the maps we had in a...More