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Newport Travel Guide  

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Info about Newport

Area:
29 km2
Elevation:
9 m
Population:
25359 [2007-07-01]
Overview

Newport, a city in the Newport County, is situated in Rhode Island, United States. Seat of the Newport County, the city is home to the United States Navy Training Centre. With a population of around 26,400 inhabitants, the city also houses the United States Naval War College. 
Newport has a moist, continental climate, characterised by four distinct seasons. January and February are the coldest months; the weather is constantly maintained by sea winds.
Founded in 1639 by William Coddington, Newport grew to become the most important ports in Rhode Island. The city witnessed major pirate activity during the seventeenth and the eighteenth centuries. The city also served as a slave trade centre during the colonial period.   
Fishing and the tourism industries account for a portion of the annual economy of the city of Newport.

Area code:
0401
Time zone:
UTC+-5
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Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Newport, home to a number of historic mansions and popular gardens, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. The city, with its rich natural beauty and cultural activity, attracts tourists from all over the globe. The... more city serves home to a number of eighteenth-century mansions like the Belcourt Castle, Elms, Breakers, Marble House, Chateau-sur-Mer, Rosecliff, Rough Point and William Watts Sherman House. The city also houses the popular Blithewold Mansion, Gardens and Arboretum, which displays a number of species of plants and trees. The city is also home to a number of beaches, some of the popular ones being the Easton’s Beach, Gooseberry Beach, Bailey’s Beach and Hazard’s Beach. The city, with its rich cultural heritage, hosts a number of festivals. Some of the most popular festivals include the Newport Folk Festival, Sunset Music Festival and Newport International Boat Show.
melissa
Level 9     1 Trophy    Viaggia: Family
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : fun for families and your always on your feet
Not to be missed boat shows , Marble House , beaches
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