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Montfort Fortress

Montfort Fortress

Monfor translated from French - Mountain Fortress. Crusaders fortress was built on the steep cliffs above the collar Kziv streams. In the early 13 th century knights Teutonic Order rebuild strengthened farm Crusaders in the impregnable fortress, protected on all sides by precipitous cliffs, and call it Shtarkenberg (Strong Mountain), which is part of the Crusaders defense system created by the Western Galilee. Mamlyuksky Sultan Beibars several times tried to storm the fortress, and only in 1271, after five years of siege, when the defenders of the fortress surrendered, he was able to grab it.

Army of the Sultan Beibars released knights in Akko, but it was destroyed, and is not restored.

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Address: Mitzpe Hila, accessed through Mi`liya on the Nahariyah-Maalot road 89
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