Fort Kabala is one of several military fortifications built by the Austrians on the Lushtica Peninsula in Montenegro. These fortifications were an important part of the military infrastructure during the Austro-Hungarian period, guarding the entrance to the Bay of Kotor, which housed military ports in Tivat and Kotor.

The fort is abandoned, overgrown with shrubs and giant agaves. It can be reached by car.

There is also a trail from the fort to a second, more ruined fort, which offers a view of Croatia. 

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Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula
Military fort on the Lushtica Peninsula

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