Looking at Grad Schools in Denver? Denver, the "Mile High City" is nestled on the High Plains just east of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.The city is centered on the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek.Denver is the capital of Colorado and its most populous city with a 2013 census estimate of 649,495. The median household income in 2013 was $50,313. People in Denver holding a Bachelor's degree or higher, percent of persons age 25 years+, 2009-2013 was an impressive 42.9%. The median age in Denver is 33.7%.
Denver has a great outdoors and cultural environment. Part of the Denver cultural scene is music. We all might know of John Denver having lived and performed in Denver at some time, but, you can add to that list Bob Dylan, Judy Collins, The Lumineers, Air Dubai, The Fray, and the Flobots and, 3 members of Earth, Wind, and Fire are from Denver. Denver has over 200 parks and is spotted with mini-parks throughout the city. They have also been building mountain parks to maintain their heritage. Part of that heritage is that Denver started out as a mining town during the Pike's Peak Gold Rush. We all know that Denver is the gateway to great near-by Rocky Mountain skiing! The average daily temperatures in Denver are 29.7°F in January and a very pleasant 73.5°F in July.
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