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Here you can find interesting sights in Denver, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Denver, United States.List of cities in United States Sightseeing Tours in Denver
1. Fillmore Auditorium
The Fillmore Auditorium is a concert venue located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Denver, Colorado. Since opening in 1907, the venue has hosted numerous functions both private and public. It holds the title of the largest indoor venue for general admission seating in Colorado. The venue also holds an exclusive dual Minors with Adults Liquor License in Colorado for a private venue; it allows minors and consumers over 21 to stand together, rather than having to be separated by their ages. In 2006, local newspaper Westword awarded the venue the "Best Place to Run into a Hippie turned Yuppie". The venue also houses an office for the Bill Graham Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides music grants.
2. Indeterminate Line
Indeterminate Line is a 1987 oxidized steel public art sculpture by Bernar Venet, measuring 58 inches high by 60 inches by 64 inches, installed in Beverly Hills, California. A later 2004 version is installed outside Denver's Colorado Convention Center at Speer Boulevard, in the U. S. state of Colorado. It was installed at a cost of US$600,000.
3. Civil War Monument
The Civil War Monument was a statue of a Civil War cavalryman by Jack Howland, installed outside the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. The memorial is also known as the Civil War Memorial, Soldier's Monument, and Civil War Soldier. The work was dedicated on July 24, 1909, after being cast by the Bureau Brothers.
4. I See What You Mean
I See What You Mean, also known as the "Big Blue Bear", is a 40-foot-tall sculpture of a blue bear by Lawrence Argent, installed outside the Colorado Convention Center, in Denver. The piece was installed at a cost of US$424,400, and was immediately popular with both the public and art community.
5. Armenian Khachkar
The Armenian Khachkar is a khachkar and monument dedicated to the victims of genocide, installed outside the Colorado State Capitol, in Denver. The memorial was dedicated in 2015. It was defaced in May 2020 as part of the George Floyd protests.
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