|View from the town gate facing down the main street
to the citadel on the riverfront. The entire town of
Frederica was surrounded by a strong wall.
|Ruins of a home at Frederica. Archaeologists have
uncovered the remains of a number of houses and
other structures at the old English town.
|Artist's Rendering of the citadel of Fort Frederica.
|The citadel at Fort Frederica as it appears today. The
surviving structure was part of the King's Magazine.
|The river face of the King's Magazine. About one-third
of the original structure survives today. The vaulted
rooms of the magazine once sheltered supplies.
|Cannon at Fort Frederica. The heavy guns of the fort
defied Spain's hopes of regaining its lost colony of
Georgia. One of the pieces is an original.
|Ruins of the barracks. This structure was part of
Oglethorpe's original barracks complex.
|Burial ground at Fort Frederica. These ancient vaults
survive from the 1700s.
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Last Updated: October 26,2013