The westernmost and least urbanized fort was severely damaged by German artillery during the First World War. During the interwar period, the fort was equipped with a gas chamber where death sentences were carried out. During the Soviet occupation, it was not maintained, and thus freely used for economic purposes. As a result, some valuable facade elements were dismantled. Some of the fort’s premises were flooded. Currently, after the tidying up of the territory, tours are taking place there and various communal and art events are being organized.