Fort Nicholas, Sevastopol, 1855
Photograph by James Robertson (1813-1888), Crimean War (1854-1856), 1855.
Robertson's depictions of the aftermath of the fall of Sevastopol, including this panoramic view of Fort Nicolas, made his reputation as a photographer. Fort Nicholas was one of several forts and bastions that protected the entrance to the port's harbour.
From a collection of 22 photographs by Roger Fenton and James Robertson, 1854-1856.
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