Although the plan of this fort was approved only in 1913 and it was still unfinished when World War I broke out (it was planned to be relatively minimalist, having monolithic concrete and reinforced concrete structures, and without decorative elements common in stone forts). Despite being unfinished it actively participated in the war and inflicted heavy damage on Soldiers of the German Empire. Eventually, it was blown up by the retreating Russian soldier's army, so what we see today right next to Kaunas Forest Enterprise is just the remnants of an idea.

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