Rhode Island



Rhode Island, the smallest state in the United States, is a coastal gem in New England known for its maritime charm and historical significance. Providence, the capital, is characterized by colonial architecture and a vibrant arts scene. Newport, with its Gilded Age mansions and sailing heritage, is a popular coastal destination. Rhode Island’s numerous bays and inlets contribute to its nickname, the “Ocean State,” and offer opportunities for sailing and seaside relaxation. With a strong emphasis on maritime traditions, a rich colonial history, and a mix of urban and coastal attractions, Rhode Island provides a charming and compact New England experience.



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