List of Denver landmarks

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Denver has a formal historic designation program that establishes Denver landmarks. These are designated by ordinances of Denver's city council.[1] The first three sites so designated, on January 10, 1968, are the Emmanuel/Sherith Chapel, Constitution Hall (site) (destroyed by fire in 1977), and the Governors Mansion. The list of designated sites is 11 pages long.[2]

It also has many visitor attractions and unofficial landmarks, including:

The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
The Denver Botanic Gardens
The Union Station of Denver, both a significant historical building and future hub of RTD's rail network


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