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Exploring New England’s Past: Beautiful Historic Massachusetts & Rhode Island Architecture

New England is home to some of the most beautiful architecture in the world. Massachusetts and Rhode Island are no exception. Both of these gorgeous states are comprised of historic towns with charming historic buildings. Many of these buildings are over well over 100 years old. Below I have compiled an assortment of beautiful pictures […]

A Trip Back in Time on Providence’s Historic Benefit Street

The East side of Providence is well-known for being home to Brown University. In the College Hill neighborhood, you will find some of the oldest architecture in the city. On Benefit Street, also referred to as the Mile of History, you will find some of the most beautiful colonial architecture in the country, including restored […]