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The exterior of the Hamilton Building of the Denver Art Museum at sunset.


designed building is an artistic marvel unto itself, and cre- ated specifically to display the artist's multi-dimensional work.


Te American Museum of Western Art features more than 650 paintings and drawings spanning 200 years of American history and is located in a historic building that was once a bordello and gambling hall. Te Denver Art Museum's astonishing Hamilton Build-


ing, designed by world famous architect Daniel Libeskind, has been called "mesmerizing" by the New York Times. Te space is used to accommodate a variety of original and touring art shows including exhibitions devoted to the works of Van Gogh, French masters, Yves Saint Laurent, Cartier and others. Denver's LEED-certified Museum of Contemporary


Art was designed by David Adjaye and was his first build- ing in the United States. 3. Denver is near the mountains, not in them. Denver


is located on high rolling plains, 12 miles east of the "foot- hills," a series of gentle mountains that climb to 11,000 feet. Just beyond is the "Front Range of the Rocky Moun-


tains," a series of formidable snowcapped peaks that rise to 14,000 feet. Denver might not be in the mountains, but the mountains still dominate the city. Te picturesque moun- tain panorama from Denver is 140 miles long. Tere are 200 visible named peaks including 32 that soar to 13,000 feet and above. State law prohibits building any structure that would block the view from the Colorado State Capi- tol. Penetrating the mountains west of Denver required building the highest auto tunnel in the world (Eisenhower Tunnel) and the sixth longest railroad tunnel in the coun- try (Moffat Tunnel). 4. Denver is a city of many colours and cultures. Den-


ver grew by 30 percent in the 1990s — an average of 1,000 new residents a week, every week for 10 years. In this pe- riod, the Hispanic population in Colorado increased by 73 per cent. Today, over 30 per cent of the City of Denver is of Hispanic and Latino descent and 11 per cent are African American. Denver's diversity is celebrated at numerous festivals and events including the nation's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration and the largest Martin Luther King Jr. march and rally, referred to the locals as a "marade."


Orchestra at City County Building. thehubwinnipeg.com


America's largest Cinco de Mayo celebration happens here. Spring 2017 • 39


Photo by Jeff Wells


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