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The state of Colorado is located in the western United States. Its capital is Denver, with a population of just over 700,000. Colorado is one of the so-called Mountain States. The Mountain States are those states of the USA through which the mountain range of the Rocky Mountains runs. The highest mountain in the state is Mount Elbert at 4,401 meters. Mount Elbert is the second highest mountain in the United States outside of Alaska, after Mount Whitney in California. Colorado's climate is continental. That means it can get very hot during the day and very cold at night. The climatic difference between summer and winter is also large. Mesa Verde National Park is located in Colorado. There are archaeologically interesting rock settlements of an ancient civilization. With an average elevation of over 2,000 meters, Colorado is the highest state in the USA overall. Check Ask4Beauty for more information about the state of Colorado.

Denver, Colorado

Introduction Denver, capital of the state of Colorado, at 1,609 m at the confluence of the South Platte and Cherry Creek, with 467,000 inhabitants. (urban area: approx. 1.8 million inhabitants). See allcitypopulation for latest population of Denver. Commercial, distribution, financial and industrial center of the Midwest, with sizeable meat industry; furthermore, the aircraft and aerospace industry and… Read More »

The Climate of Colorado

According to Abbreviation Finder, the US state of Colorado (CO) is located in the western United States. Colorado has been home to several Native American tribes for thousands of years, who inhabited both the mountain valleys of the Rocky Mountains and the plains of the High Plains. The landscape of Colorado consists for a fairly… Read More »

Colorado History Timeline

In the Colorado area, centuries before the white came on the scene, nomadic Indians foraged the plains for edible vegetation and small animals. In about 100 AD, in the Four Corners area of ​​southwestern Colorado, the very advanced Anasazi Indians built functional, high-rise cliff dwellings in the canyon walls; later their entire culture simply disappeared.… Read More »