Why Is Denver Called the Mile High City?

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Denver is the capital of American state of Colorado, has the nickname the Mile High City because, at one of its points, it measures 5,280 feet (1,609 m) in height.
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Because that is the elevation at the State Capital building and by Colorado Law, it is the elevation of the entire city.
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Denver is nicknamed the Mile High City with an elevation of 1 mile above sea
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Denver, CO is exactly 1 mile above sea level. Text us again! We're happy to answer your questions.
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mile above sea level.
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The official elevation of Denver is 5,280 feet above sea level. As 5,280 feet is one mile, it has the nickname "Mile High City." Embed Quote ...
The largest city in Colorado is Denver. Denver is also the capitol of Colorado, and has about 550,000 inhabitants. Denver is nicknamed 'The Mile High City'. ...
The largest city in Colorado is Denver. Denver is also the capitol of Colorado, and has about 550,000 inhabitants. Denver is nicknamed 'The Mile High City'. ...
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