Vintage Photo of Washington Square in Newport RI. Photo from RI.gov
Washington Square brings calm to the hustle and bustle of downtown Newport, RI. Located at the northernmost end of Thames Street the square marks the endpoint of downtown. A large park makes up the heart of the square, surrounded by theaters, clothing boutiques and restaurants well-known to local Newport residents.
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Washington Square Condos & History
Washington Square condos are anchored by one of the most dominant historic landmarks in Rhode Island: The Old Colony House. Rhode Island's colonial state legislature held their meetings here during the 18th century, and Major John Handy read the Declaration of Independence to the people of Newport here on July 20th, 1776. George Washington and Dwight D. Eisenhower have also visited this important Colonial landmark.
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