This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Providence County, Rhode Island.
Articles near the latitude and longitude of Providence, Rhode Island
Providence is the capital and most populous city in Rhode Island. Founded in 1636, it is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It is located in Providence County, and is the third-largest city in the New England region after Boston and Worcester. Providence has a city population of 179,154 and is part of the 38th-largest metropolitan population in the country, with an estimated population of 1,604,291, exceeding that of Rhode Island by about 60%, as it extends into southern Massachusetts. This can be considered in turn to be part of the Greater Boston commuting area, which contains 7.6 million people.
Latitude: 41° 49' 26.36" N
Longitude: -71° 24' 46.19" W
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The Ladd Observatory is an astronomical observatory of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. The observatory was dedicated in 1891 and is named for benefactor Herbert W.
Davisville, Rhode Island is a village in the town of North Kingstown in the U.S.
Crescent Park was a famous amusement park in Riverside, East Providence, Rhode Island from 1886-1979. After declining attendance during the 1970s the park was closed. The land was cleared for condominium and low-income housing. The only remaining st…
Bishop Feehan High School is a co-educational Catholic high school in Attleboro, Massachusetts, which used to be located in Fall River, Massachusetts. It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fall River. The school was built in 1961 and staffe…
Barrington College was a four-year Christian liberal arts college located in Barrington, Rhode Island.
The Omni Providence Hotel (formerly The Westin Providence) is a Neo-Traditionalist skyscraper in downtown Providence, Rhode Island. At 100 m (328 ft), it became the fourth-tallest building in the city and the state on 15 February 2007, when the near…
Valley Falls is a village and census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Cumberland, Providence County, Rhode Island, United States.
The Textron Tower, formerly the Old Stone Tower, is an International-style skyscraper in downtown Providence, Rhode Island.
Somerset Berkley Regional High School is the public high school for the towns of Somerset and Berkley, Massachusetts, beginning in September 2011.
The Quequechan River is a river in Fall River, Massachusetts, that flows in a northwesterly direction from the northwest corner of the South Watuppa Pond through the heart of the city of Fall River and into to the end of the Taunton River at Mount H…
Prospect Terrace Park is a park located on Congdon Street in the College Hill neighborhood of Providence, Rhode Island.
Patience Island lies off the northwest coast of Prudence Island, in the town of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, United States.
This is a list of lakes and ponds in Rhode Island, United States.
East Greenwich High School is a public secondary school located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, U.S. The school serves students in grades 9-12 in the East Greenwich Public Schools system. East Greenwich is the wealthiest town in Rhode Island, and E…
The Watuppa Ponds are two large, naturally occurring, spring-fed, glacially formed ponds located in Fall River and Westport, Massachusetts. Watuppa is a native word meaning "place of boats". The two ponds were originally one body of water (originall…
WOON (1240 AM, "O-N 1240") is Woonsocket, Rhode Island's oldest radio station, having taken to the air on November 11, 1946 as WWON, a callsign it kept until the current WOON became available in 1992. The change in call became effective on February …
WNRI (1380 AM, "News/Talk 1380") is a radio station located in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. The station has a news & talk radio format and has been owned by Bouchard Broadcasting Inc.