Even today, the Goražda Fortress arouses admiration, due to the skill and precision of its builders and the engineering project of the monumental and functional whole, buried and camouflaged in the natural environment. From the entrance door, on both sides, there was the barracks (1), while the battle part of the fortress was facing Lovćen. As before the First World War, the army of the Kingdom of Montenegro received heavy artillery, which could target ships in the port of Boka, so the fortress of Goražda had to be modernized. The harmonious building was given a rotating dome at the top, to accommodate two howitzers, weighing about 100 tons (2), then two rotating domes (3) next to the machine gun nests (4), intended for observation. It got armor for cannons on the casemate batteries, and metal plates on the ceilings. With all these reinforcements, it was one of the most modern fortresses of that time.All these parts are still in the fortress today.