Newport Tower (Rhode Island)
The Newport Tower is a round stone tower located in Newport, Rhode Island. No one knows who built the 28-foot tower and no one knows why. But nearly everyone knows the legends: Its eight pillars and fieldstone cylinder are the work of far-roaming Vikings, or Chinese explorers, or Portuguese noblemen, or Knights Templar from medieval Scotland.
Color Outside the Lines
In a place where million dollar mansions meet the waters edge, the stony shores of the Atlantic forcing cool, effervescent sea breeze into the very deepest crevice of your soul; Newport, Rhode Island was perhaps the most beautiful place Scott and I have vacationed thus far. Of course, to get to Newport, you must cross the Newport Bridge: But once you're there the majestic brick and mortar meet your every architecture loving need. Here, the backside of the Vanderbilt Mansion, The Breakers…
Photo 432-23: The Orchard Mansion from Narragansett Ave.. Newport, Rhode Island
Picture Archives - Album 432 (Cape Cod - Jamestown RI, January 18 - 22, 2005) - Photo 23 (The Orchard Mansion from Narragansett Avenue. Newport, Rhode Island, January 20, 2005.)
Newport Rhode Island
There are many reasons to take the time to visit Newport when you come to New England. The architecture is some of the most amazing you’ll see anywhere in the country – even if you aren’t a fan of buildings in general, you’ll love checking out some of these truly historic structures. The Newport Mansions are Rhode Island’s largest and most visited cultural attraction for a good reason. After a day of sightseeing there is plenty of entertainment to be had in the charming old-world buildings…