Rhode Island is the smallest of the 50 U.S. states. What it lacks in land size, Rhode Island certainly makes up for in beautiful scenery, incredible waterfront, and unbelievable sunsets.
With its nickname ‘City by the Sea’ Newport, Rhode Island, is one of the most beautiful places in the state. Located on Aquidneck Island, this charming seaside city is renowned for its Cliff Walk, mansions, quaint buildings, beautiful architecture, unbelievable sunsets, and breathtaking scenery of the Atlantic Ocean.
Bristol, Rhode Island – named after the city of Bristol in England – is a deep-water seaport in Bristol County. With charming, historic architecture, a plethora of wonderful restaurants and a beautifully picturesque waterfront, Bristol is a beautiful place to visit. Colt State Park in Bristol is often referred to as the ‘gem’ of the State Parks System.
Providence is both the capital and the largest city in the state of Rhode Island. Nicknamed ‘The Creative Capital’ Providence was founded in 1636. Roger Williams, an exile from the Massachusetts Bay Colony, founded the city in the name of the sanctuary he found, a gift from ‘God’s merciful Providence.’ The city is home to Brown University, the Roger Williams Zoo, the Rhode Island School of Design’s Museum of Art and much more.
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