Newport, RI Photos

Newport, earliest seat of government of the Rhode Island colony, is marked by its fine ensemble of early American heritage buildings & by the many mansions built by the wealthy of the late 19th century.

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Newport, RI Harbor & Fort Adams Exterior defense walls of Fort Adams now a State Park. Newport, RI Sailboat & Claiborne Pell Newport Bridge on Narragansett Bay. Newport, RI Cruise ship Caribbean Princess on Narragansett Bay. Newport, RI
Newport, RI Heritage Architecture Old Colony House, Rhode Island's first State House,. Newport, RI Queen Anne buildings. Newport, RI White Horse Tavern America's oldest. Newport, RI
Touro Synagogue, Newport, RI Touro Synagogue. Newport, RI Supporting columns of Touro Synagogue. Newport, RI View from Touro Synagogue to Newport historic center with gambrel-roofed Barney House & porticoed visitors center. Newport, RI
Trinity Church, Newport, RI Queen Anne Square Trinity Church. Newport, RI Trinity Church Interior with box pews & column supported balconies. Newport, RI Stained glass window of Virgin Mary commemorating Amelia Whiting Davis by Tiffany at Trinity Church. Newport, RI
Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI Stick facade & roof of Griswald House home of America's oldest continuous Art Museum. Newport, RI Stick staircase with society portraits at Newport Art Museum. Newport, RI Portrait of Stephanie by Hugo Breul at Newport Art Museum. Newport, RI
Audrain Automobile Museum, Newport, RI Arches & terra cotta trim of Audrain Automobile Museum building. Newport, RI Tucker Model 48 Torpedo at Audrain Automobile Museum. Newport, RI Chevrolet Corvette convertible at Audrain Automobile Museum. Newport, RI
Rough Point, Newport, RI Red sandstone oceanside facade of Rough Point. Newport, RI Great Hall gallery was used as a ballroom when Rough Point was built by the Vanderbilt family. Newport, RI Painting of young Doris Duke by John Da Costa at Rough Point. Newport, RI

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