Downtown Providence featuring the Rhode Island State House at the center. The Rhode Island State House was built in 1904, designed by McKim, Mead & White. The building's self-supporting marble dome is the fourth-largest of its kind in the world. The State House's design follows a Classical and Renaissance style, and features several expansive skylights, Renaissance-inspired ceilings, and ornate interior decorations. Here we see it at sunset, with an odd orange glow upon the usual stark white of its being.
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Rhode Island State House (Providence, RI); Renaissance revival (Architecture); Architecture, Classical; Downtown districts -- Rhode Island -- Providence; Sun -- Rising and setting
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Smolski, Chester, "Providence: State House at sunset" (1979). Browse All. 1015.
Providence downtown, capitol, cityscape, skyline, skyscraper