An outer wall in front of this wall fragment sports two dilapidated casemated caponieres.
To the east, the shape of several bastions have remained intact.
The bendy course of some of the streets surrounding the old town are vestiges of the bastioned ramparts of the post-medieval era.
Some remnants of these fortifications still remain to the north of the old town, near the Boulevard Alphonse Deneubourg.
The location of the 16th-century, seven-sided ring of fortifications can still be seen as low hills in the fields and gardens surrounding the old town.
Apart from a single tower, no trace remains of the stone wall that topped some parts of the earth ramparts.
A single tower of the first city wall can be seen across the canal at the Pottenmakersstraat.
The only remains are the Medieval Broel towers, standing on either side of the river Lys.
A foundation of a defensive wall and a multi angular artillery tower, both situated adjacent to the church of Our Lady, form the last remnants of the first castle of Courtrai.