Colorado has many wonderful and beautiful cities that offer a wide variety of arts, culture, recreation and entertainment. Below are some neighborhood that offer these unique traits.



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Congress, which had originally designated the acreage for burials, switched it to park land at the request of Denver officials. By 1894, graves had been relocated, burials suspended, and the area fenced, but the incipient Cheesman Park remained barren and deserted until landscape architect, Reinhard Schuetze, drew up formal plans in 1898 that included a lily pond, Pavilion, and rows of Linden trees. Adjacent cemetery tracts became Morgan’s Historic District, Congress Park, Denver Botanic Gardens

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