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Byron White US Courthouse

Added by yongli on 02/15/2022 - 14:23, last changed on 02/15/2022 - 14:23
Opened in 1916 as the main Denver Post Office and Federal Building, this four-story Greek temple (1823 Stout Street) is Colorado’s finest Neoclassical Revival structure. It represented the growing role of the federal government in a city that now has one of the largest concentrations of federal...

Denver

Added by yongli on 08/03/2016 - 15:33, last changed on 10/30/2021 - 10:45

Denver from DMNS

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Denver is the capital of Colorado and the twenty-first largest city in the United States, sprawling over six counties and 3,497 square miles of the High Plains and the Rocky Mountain foothills. Centered at the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek , the city and county of Denver...

Denver Public Library

Added by yongli on 06/28/2021 - 16:39, last changed on 06/29/2021 - 07:04
The Denver Public Library, located in downtown Denver , is a cultural hub and valuable resource for the Denver metro area. Begun in the early 1860s, the library collections have grown with Denver, moving from “Old Main,” the Carnegie-funded structure in Civic Center Park , to their current location...

Sakura Square

Added by yongli on 06/09/2020 - 10:03, last changed on 03/15/2021 - 01:07
Located in the historic heart of Denver ’s Japanese community, Sakura Square is bounded by Nineteenth and Twentieth Streets and Larimer and Lawrence Streets in the Lower Downtown district, or LoDo . The square, named for the Japanese word for “cherry blossom,” was built in the early 1970s as part...

South Platte Flood of 1965

Added by yongli on 03/13/2020 - 13:48, last changed on 09/04/2021 - 11:57
The South Platte River flood of 1965 was one of the worst natural disaster in Denver ’s history. It claimed twenty-one lives and resulted in property losses estimated at $543 million (more than $4.4 billion in 2019 dollars), with the worst damage occurring in the Denver metro area. While other...
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