In the foreground are the mounts for the barbette cannon, and in the distance, a cannon mounted on the bastion. On the left, the rampart on which the guns were mounted slopes downward exposing some of the inner wall. This allowed the wall to be loopholed for rifle embrasures, which can be seen near the soil level on the wall.
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