The Bellevue Avenue Historic District in Newport, Rhode Island can be seen as a massive ?museum? of magnificent works of architecture from the late 19th to early 20th century. The district is comprised of a series of mansions built for affluent families by top notch architectures of its time, which is why it should be one of the top attractions any architecture buff should see.
The Bellevue Avenue Historic District is composed of at least twelve contributing site, most of which are also designated National Historic Landmarks on their own. This list includes the Isaac Bell House, the Elms, the Chateau-sur-Mer, The Elms, the Newport Casino, Beechwood, Marble House, The Breakers, Kingscote, the William Watts Sherman House, the Belcourt Castle, and the Vernon Court to name a few.
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