Historically interesting places
Roger Williams Park
There are numerous Victorian relics here, such as an old carousel,
which is why the National Trust for Historic Preservation has declared the park
one of the most historically important in America.
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Special buildings and structures
State House in Providence
The State House is located on Capitol Hill in Providence, the capital
of Rhode Island. It was built of white marble in 1901 and its cantilevered dome
is the second largest in the world after St. Peter's in Rome. At its top is a
three-meter high, gilded bronze figure - the "Independent Man". on Capitol Hill
in Providence, the capital of Rhode Island; Built in 1901 from white marble;
cantilevered dome of the Capitol is the second largest in the world after St.
Peter's in Rome; on its top is a three-meter high gilded bronze figure - the
Slater Mill in Pawtucket
Slater Mill is the first US hydro-powered cotton mill in Pawtucket. It
was built on the banks of the Blackstone River in 1793 and was at the forefront
of the Industrial Revolution. Today you get an impression of the time and the
conditions under which the people had to work here through the costumed
Southeast Lighthouse on Block Isalnd
The Southeast Lighthouse was built of bricks in 1875 and was in
operation until 1990. It stands directly on a steep cliff about 70 m above the
Manor houses in Newport
Here magnificent buildings remind of the time around the turn of the
century. The magnificent art and interior design of the villas is also
particularly worth seeing. Some of the houses are open to the public and can be
viewed, but you should plan some time as you can spend 90 minutes alone in one