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Initially it was a fortress, and in the late 19th century, this military fortress was transformed into a prison where criminals during the civil war were kept, and the fate and life of the prisoners and their guards were not much different in this tropical paradise, hell, year-round heat, lack of water (collected rainwater water) and any products with the exception of fish caught, almost complete lack of fruits and vegetables, tropical diseases and epidemics. Fort surrounds the entire perimeter ditch / channel – Moat with water to about one and a half meters deep.

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