City And County Of Denver
Denver is located in the center of the Front Range Urban Corridor between the Rocky Mountains to the west and the High plains to the east. According to the United States Census Bureau the population of the city and county of Denver was 598,707 in the year 2008. The city's total area comprises of land and only 1.03% of water.
Denver is also the second largest city after Phoenix and has the 10th largest central business district in the United States. The city and county of Denver is surrounded by only three other countries i.e. Adams County situated to north and the east, Arapahoe County in the south and east and Jefferson County situated to the west.
Denver also has a number of neighborhoods outside the administrative boundaries. These neighborhoods are reflected by the people in that particular area identify with themselves or how the real estate developers have defined those areas. The neighborhoods in Denver vary from the twentieth century houses to the modern suburban style developments.
The city and county of Denver has 79 official neighborhoods that are used for planning and administrative purposes by the city and community groups. The neighborhoods closely to the city are densely populated and consist of houses made from bricks. Many of the houses built away from the city are modernistic and sophisticated. The focal point of some of the neighborhoods is their parks and entertainment centers.
Some of the most popular neighborhoods include LoDo, commonly known as the Lower Downtown, Capitol Hill, and Washington Park etc. LoDo is a well known Denver travel attraction where people can stay and enjoy its beauty and elegance. It also creates an urban living experience for tourists. The city and county of Denver is definitely a great tourist attraction. Visitors can get to see some of the most magnificent places that were developed after World War II.
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