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  • 1. State Capitol

    My son and husband didn't visit the capitol per se but they did take pictures of the building and sculpture outside. The capitol building is a one of the key features in the memorable Denver skyline...

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  • 2. Bronco Buster

    The most famous statue in Denver is the Bronco Buster, which is a bronze statue at the Denver Civic Center. In the mid-1910s, at the request of Major Robert Speer two large bronze statues (the Bronc...

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  • 3. Red Rocks

    Red Rocks Amphitheatres: It is a really beautiful place. You can usually get in, when there is no concert and just walk around. It is a fun place to go to a concert; they have a wide variety of...

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  • 4. Denver Zoo

    see the Denver Zoo. There are so many cute animals and it doesn't cost that much, but the food stands are costly, so I would pack a lunch. Plus, there are so many shopping malls. all the parades....

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  • 5. What to wear - Colorado

    Hello. I live just south of Denver. I'm not sure about B&B's in Denver, I know there are some there but I've only ever stayed in hotels in the downtown city...

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  • 6. Architecture-Boston Building

    The Boston Building was completed in 1890 and designed by Andrews & Jacques. It features a combination of Renaissance Revival and Richardsonian Romanesque style...

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  • 7. Architecture-Colorado National Bank Building

    The lower half of the Colorado National Bank building was built in 1915 in a neoclassical design featuring marble from the Colorado Yule Marble Company. The...

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  • 8. Architecture-Ideal Building / Denver National Bank

    Built in 1907 for the Ideal Cement Co. (it was the first reinforced concrete tower west of the Mississippi), the building later became home to banks. The...

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  • 9. Architecture-A.H. Ghost Building

    The Ghost Building, built in 1889 and designed by William Lang, originally stood at the corner of 14th and Glenarm. In 1974, the building was disassembled and...

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  • 10. Architecture-Denver Dry Goods Co. Building

    The Denver Dry Goods building was completed in various stages between 1889 and 1906 and was home to the prominent local retailer until the 1980s. In the 1990s...

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  • 11. Architecture-Brown Palace Hotel

    The venerable Brown Palace Hotel was designed by Frank Edbrooke and completed in 1892. It features carved sandstone on a base of granite and was the country's...

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  • 12. Architecture-Buerger Brothers Building

    Elaborate Art Deco elements grace the facade of this 1929 building designed by architect Montana Fallis as the home to the Buerger Brothers Beauty Supply...

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  • 13. Architecture - Union Station

    Denver's Union Station was constrcuted to consolidate rail acitivy in the City and to replace the 4 separate stations. This 1880 Italianate style is built of...

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  • 14. Achitecture-Holy Trinity Methodist Church

    The Trinity Methodist Church was built in 1887 in a Gothic Revival style and designed by Robert Roeschlaub, Colorado's first licensed architect. The entire...

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  • 15. Architecture - Masonic Temple Building

    The Masonic Building was built in 1889 and designed by Frank Edbrooke in a Romanesque style. The building was gutted by fire in 1985 leaving only its stone...

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  • 16. Architecture - Kittredge Building

    Marlowe's is located on the street level of the Historic Kittredge Building. The Kittredge Building was built in 1891 by Charles Marble Kittredge and his father...

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  • 17. Denver from far away

    This is Denver as seen from the top of Lookout Mountain.....to give you an idea as to how far away I was....I had to use the zoom to almost the max!! VERY FAR...

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  • 18. Denver Art Museum

    Denver Art Museum located in downtown Denver near Central Park consists now of two buildings: North building and Frederic C. Hamilton Building. Since its...

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  • 19. Denver Central Library building

    In 1990, 75 % of the city's voters approved a $91.6 million bond issue to build a new Central Library and renovate, expand or build new branch library...

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  • 20. Central Park - as not as gorgeous as it was

    Central Park is still beautiful with its architecture, summer flowers beds, green grass and trees. But unfortunately, the pleasure of walk is not as large as...

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  • 21. Central Park - McNichols Civic Center Building

    Located on the North-West side of the Central Park near Voorhies Memorial.This classically designed building was originally Denver’s first centralized public...

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  • 22. Center Park - Voorhies Memorial

    Voorhies Memorial is situated on the North end of the Center Park at 15th and Colfax; a colonnade of Turkey Creek sandstone around a reflecting pool with twin...

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  • 23. Central Park - The Greek Theatre

    The Greek Theater serves as the southern gateway into Civic Center (from the side of Modern Art Museum). The classical revival structure was designed by Denver...

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  • 24. Civic Center Park

    Civil Center Park located between the Colorado State Capiton and City and County building was built owing to initiative of Denver's mayor Speer. His ideas were...

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  • 25. City and County Building

    Eleven varieties of marble are featured inside this impressive home to mayor, city council and other municipal offices. Despite charges of bad taste, the City...

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