Before the pleasant time spent in Carleton Martello Tower, people would build many forts to resist the invasion of others. However, over time, many forts have been damaged, and the few remaining are now protected. The Carleton Martello Tower in St. John’s is like that. I can’t help but share the pleasant hours at Carleton Martello Tower. This small round bunker is built on a hillside on the shore, surrounded by reefs and grass. The design of the tower is beautiful, and the tower body is well preserved. The surrounding scenery is great, and you can breathe fresh air by the way, which makes it very pleasant. There are exhibits and pictures inside the tower, allowing visitors to better understand the past and present of the tower, which is very interesting. It is said that you can enjoy the view of the city from the top of the tower, but unfortunately, tourists are now prohibited from going upstairs to view the scenery. Historical background We watched some video clips inside the tower and learned that the tower was a military installation designed and built by the British more than 200 years ago. It played a big role in World War II. There are guides on the square to give detailed explanations, and you can learn a lot about Carleton Martello Tower, which is very helpful for this tour. I personally think that there are plenty of parking spaces around Carleton Martello Tower and the view is amazing. It can be considered a leisurely hour spent here.
Global Fortress of Natural Scenery—Carleton Martello Tower Today we checked in to the niche internet celebrity check-in mecca. Before we decided to come here, we learned that this scenic spot was very unpopular, but it was also enough. Especially when we first arrived at Carleton Martello Tower, outside The scenery is really good to see the explosion. Under the blue sky and white clouds, there is a wide green lawn. I was a little reluctant to go in at the time. I wanted to stay outside. From the outside, Carleton Martello Tower looks like a turret. The building is a bit single to the inside. The first thing that came into our eyes was a short film. Listening to the explanation from the nearby visitors was just a short film about the history of this building. We watched it for about ten minutes, and the film was over. When we wandered inside, all kinds of exquisite The replica is inside. The brick-red wall has a bit of history, which looks retro and exquisite. We picked up the camera in our hands and took photos crazy. There are not only historical relics, but also daily life tape, tea cups, glass cups, etc. At the back of each exhibit is an exquisite article introducing that when we came out, I stood on the hillside outside for a long time. The natural landscape of the empty places abroad was also very beautiful. I took a few more pictures and left.