Denver is one of the most beautiful cities in Colorado and even the country. Here are the landmarks you simply can’t miss on your next trip.
Larimer Square is the most historic block in all of Denver. The name of the square comes from General Larimer, the man who founded the city of Denver way back in 1858. Larimer Street has been the main city street for nearly as long.
Union Station is the stunning central transportation hub in Denver. Even if you don’t need to catch a train, head down to see the shops, restaurants, and beautiful hotel at the station.
Brown Palace Hotel
Who wouldn’t want to visit the hotel that Elvis Presley called “the best hotel in the world!” The Brown Palace Hotel is a beautiful city landmark that’s more than 120 years old.
Colorado State Capitol
The Colorado State Capitol building is one of the most striking buildings in the city with its infamous gold leaf finish on the dome. The gold leaf was added to the building in 1908 as a nod to the Colorado gold rush and has been the defining feature ever since.
Denver Public Library
Even if reading isn’t at the top of your list while you’re in Denver, you should still consider making the trip down to the city’s public library. It was designed by famous architect Michael Graves and is now incredibly large at more than 540,000 square feet.
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