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Primary industries include fishing and the extraction of stone. Population: 5, estimate. The city was founded as a military stronghold by the Imperial Russian Navy. It was named for Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko , who was assigned to military service here during his exile.
Today the town is used by the Kazakhstan Navy as a base. The coat of arms of Fort Alexandrovsky was approved October 22, , along with other arms of the Transcaspian field: It is black and silver depicting the fortress and two fish.
Fort Alexandrovsky was the site of naval action on 21 May , when a Squadron of the British Caspian Flotilla attacked the port. There are several landmarks of significance; Shevchenko Memorial Museum, National History, and ethnographic museums. The Shevchenko Memorial Museum opened in near where he had been hiding. There are also some remnants of the fortress, a monument to Shevchenko and a state grave of Civil War heroes.
Media related to Fort-Shevchenko at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the town of Fort-Shevchenko. For the nearby city of Aktau, formerly Shevchenko, see Aktau.
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Place in Mangystau Region, Kazakhstan. Coat of arms. The Mediterranean Fleet, — Ashgate Publishing. Mangystau Region.