This gun was salvaged from the German warship Königsberg in World War I and later seized by British forces. It is located next to the entrance gate of Fort Jesus. Author and Copyright Dietrich Köster

This gun was salvaged from the German warship Königsberg in World War I and later seized by British forces. It is located next to the entrance gate of Fort Jesus. Author and Copyright Dietrich Köster

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This gun was salvaged from the German warship Königsberg in World War I and later seized by British forces. It is located next to the entrance gate of Fort Jesus. Author and Copyright Dietrich Köster

This gun was salvaged from the German warship Königsberg in World War I and later seized by British forces. It is located next to the entrance gate of Fort Jesus. Author and Copyright Dietrich Köster

This post is also available in: French German Italian Spanish Dutch Indonesian Polish Portuguese (Portugal)

About Marco Ramerini

I did historical research on the history of geographical exploration and colonialism, particularly on the spice islands, the Moluccas. I have designed and written some internet sites including the www.colonialvoyage.com site dedicated to the history of geographical exploration and colonialism. Then the site www.borghiditoscana.net dedicated to my region: Tuscany. As well as many other travel sites in different languages. Traveler, writer of online tourist guides. I research and write about history. Finally I am passionate about astronomy and photography.