Hey guys, last October I traveled to some more cool cities along the East Coast and spent a couple of days in Providence, Rhode Island. Apart from pretty fall colors that time of the year I got to check out some incredible 18th & 19th century architecture, see Brown University and learn about The First Baptist Church of America. There is just so much colonial history in this place... Here we go!
The Rhode Island State House - built in the late 19th and early 20th century this is basically the Capitol building of the State of Rhode Island.
Incredible colonial homes built in 18th and 19th centuries - Benefit Street/East Side
The First Baptist Church of America - The congregation was founded by Roger Williams in the 17th century, the church itself built in the 1770's
Roger Williams Memorial Park