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* '''[[Denver]]''' - the vibrant ''Mile-High City'', capital of the state.
 
* '''[[Denver]]''' - the vibrant ''Mile-High City'', capital of the state.
*'''[[Blackhawk]]''' - Small city west of Denver known for its Opera House and casinos.
 
 
*'''[[Boulder]]''' - a colorful college town in the foothills of the Rockies not far from Denver, but a world unto its own.
 
*'''[[Boulder]]''' - a colorful college town in the foothills of the Rockies not far from Denver, but a world unto its own.
 
*'''[[Cañon City]]''' - Home of The Canon City Queen Anne Tea House, the Royal Gorge, and Supermax Prison.
 
*'''[[Cañon City]]''' - Home of The Canon City Queen Anne Tea House, the Royal Gorge, and Supermax Prison.
*'''[[Central City]]''' - Small city west of Denver known for its Opera House and casinos.
 
 
*'''[[Colorado Springs]]''' - Colorado's second-largest city, with many natural attractions such as Pike's Peak and the "Garden of the Gods" not far away.
 
*'''[[Colorado Springs]]''' - Colorado's second-largest city, with many natural attractions such as Pike's Peak and the "Garden of the Gods" not far away.
 
*'''[[Durango (Colorado)|Durango]]''' - Historic frontier city, with its famous narrow-gauge railroad and nearby [[Mesa Verde National Park]].
 
*'''[[Durango (Colorado)|Durango]]''' - Historic frontier city, with its famous narrow-gauge railroad and nearby [[Mesa Verde National Park]].
 
*'''[[Fort Collins]]''' - historic town which has become a hip university city.
 
*'''[[Fort Collins]]''' - historic town which has become a hip university city.
*'''[[Golden]]''' - historic town in the foothills known for multiple breweries including Coors and Golden City.  Also home to Colorado School of Mines.
 
 
*'''[[Grand Junction]]''' - hub city of the northwestern region, gateway to [[Colorado's Wine Country]] and the [[Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park|Black Canyon of the Gunnison]].
 
*'''[[Grand Junction]]''' - hub city of the northwestern region, gateway to [[Colorado's Wine Country]] and the [[Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park|Black Canyon of the Gunnison]].
 
*'''[[Loveland (Colorado)|Loveland]]''' - historic city in [[Front Range|northern Colorado]].
 
*'''[[Loveland (Colorado)|Loveland]]''' - historic city in [[Front Range|northern Colorado]].

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