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Vauban Collection

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban's Tomb - Hotel des Invalides, Paris, France

Vauban's Tomb - Hotel des Invalides, Paris, France. Sebastien Le Prestre de Vauban, Seigneur de Vauban, later Marquis de Vauban (1633-1707)

Background imageVauban Collection: The Bombardment of Odessa

The Bombardment of Odessa, 22 April 1854. The boats of the fleet, going to the French steamer, Vauban, to assist in extinguishing the fire caused by the red hot shot fired from the Russian batteries

Background imageVauban Collection: Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat

Ypres Ramparts CWGC Cemetery seen across the moat
The earliest settlement in this area is thought to have been near Langemarck in about AD960 and gradually a cluster of villages grew up around the Yperlee

Background imageVauban Collection: The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat

The Lille Gate in the Ypres ramparts seen across the moat
Ypres is a walled city and it has several routes into it. The two most well-known of its gates through the ramparts are via the Menin Gate (on the old road to Menin)

Background imageVauban Collection: French and British Warships bombard the Russian port of Odessa

French and British Warships bombard the Russian port of Odessa : the French steamer Vauban is set afire by red-hot shot fired from the Russian batteries Date: 22 April 1854

Background imageVauban Collection: Vaubans Horse Litter

Vaubans Horse Litter
Horse litter used by the French general Vauban while travelling Date: circa 1680

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban (Fry)

Vauban (Fry)
Sebastien seigneur de Vauban (1633 - 1707) French military engineer

Background imageVauban Collection: Antibes, France

Antibes, France
Showing the fortifications erected by Vauban in 1691, and the coast towards Nice. " Antibes, where the rock is low, surrounded herself with elaborate walls long before Vaubans fort was made

Background imageVauban Collection: France, Lille - Gate of the Citadel

France, Lille - Gate of the Citadel
The highly ornate interior Gate of the Citadel at Lille, France, built c.1668. The citadel was part of a double line of fortified towns of Gravelines, Dunkirk and Maubeuge-Rocroi

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban (Lariviere 2)

Vauban (Lariviere 2)
SEBASTIEN seigneur de VAUBAN French military engineer

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban (Lariviere)

Vauban (Lariviere)
SEBASTIEN seigneur de VAUBAN French military engineer

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban Engraving

Vauban Engraving
SEBASTIEN seigneur de VAUBAN French military engineer

Background imageVauban Collection: Vaubans Horse Litter

Vaubans Horse Litter
The French general Vauban uses a mule litter when campaigning

Background imageVauban Collection: Vauban (Card)

Vauban (Card)
SEBASTIEN DE VAUBAN French military engineer, depicted planning a siege operation in the field


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