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In architecture a loophole is an opening in the external walls of a military installation for purposes of protection, being used by the soldiers inside the building to shoot at the enemy. Were usually constructed with a large opening on the inside, to give the soldier space to maneuver, and tapering to the outside so that they made very small targets for the enemy.

Bucklands Farm near Grahamstown Photographer: Roger Fisher'>
Provost Building in Grahamstown Photographer: William Martinson'>
Watch Tower at Peddie Photographer: William Martinson'>
Blockhouse at Prieska Photographer: Roger Fisher'>