Denver – City Video Guide

Denver – City Video Guide

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3 Popular Attractions In Colorado

  • Loveland Ski Area: Ski area in Georgetown, Colorado.
  • ColoradoFacts:

    • Katherine Lee Bates wrote ï¿?merica the Beautifulï¿?after being inspired by the view from Pikes Peak.
    • The tallest building in Colorado is the Republic Plaza at 57 stories high, in Denver.
    • Colorado has more microbreweries per capita than any other state.
    • Colorado has the highest mean altitude of any of the 50 states.
    The 19 Colorado municipalities with a population of at least 50,000

    2020 Rank Municipality 2020 Census Change 2010 Census Change 2000 Census
    1 City and County of Denver 715,522 +19.22% 600,158 +8.21% 554,636
    2 City of Colorado Springs 478,961 +15.02% 416,427 +15.39% 360,890
    3 City of Aurora 386,261 +18.82% 325,078 +17.61% 276,393
    4 City of Fort Collins 169,810 +17.94% 143,986 +21.35% 118,652
    5 City of Lakewood 155,984 +9.09% 142,980 −0.80% 144,126
    6 City of Thornton 141,867 +19.44% 118,772 +44.17% 82,384
    7 City of Arvada 124,402 +16.88% 106,433 +4.19% 102,153
    8 City of Westminster 116,317 +9.62% 106,114 +5.13% 100,940
    9 City of Pueblo 111,876 +4.95% 106,595 +4.38% 102,121
    10 City of Greeley 108,795 +17.12% 92,889 +20.74% 76,930
    11 City of Centennial 108,418 +8.01% 100,377 NA NA
    12 City of Boulder 108,250 +11.16% 97,385 +2.86% 94,673
    13 City of Longmont 98,885 +14.62% 86,270 +21.35% 71,093
    14 City of Loveland 76,378 +14.24% 66,859 +32.11% 50,608
    15 City and County of Broomfield 74,112 +32.61% 55,889 +46.03% 38,272
    16 Town of Castle Rock 73,158 +51.68% 48,231 +138.48% 20,224
    17 City of Grand Junction 65,560 +11.94% 58,566 +39.49% 41,986
    18 City of Commerce City 62,418 +35.95% 45,913 +118.73% 20,991
    19 Town of Parker 58,512 +29.17% 45,297 +92.28% 23,558

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    Rising from the western edge of America's High Plains, and shadowed by the Rocky Mountains, is Colorado's capital, Denver.

    An easy walk from Denver's downtown is the Golden Triangle, an area filled with civic architecture, museums and public art. Visit the Denver Art Museum, which celebrates the region's landscapes and peoples.

    Discover the region's prehistoric past at the Denver Museum of Science and Nature. then follow the Triceratops Trail at Dinosaur Ridge.

    At the historic mining town of Golden, visit the Buffalo Bill Museum, Clear Creek History Park, and the Colorado Railroad Museum.

    Tour the Coors Brewery, then end the day with a show at the Red Rocks natural outdoor amphitheater.

    Denver is surrounded by places of incredible beauty. Explore the ancient sandstone formations at Garden of the Gods. Explore the pretty town of Manitou Springs, then hike, catch the cog railway, or drive to Pikes Peak and enjoy the views from 14 000 feet.

    There's a warm, wild, welcome, waiting for you in Denver.