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Photos: Denver Facebook page puts Mile High City's best face forward

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You can tell a lot about a city by what's on its Facebook page. That's definitely true of Denver's official Facebook address, which has more than 202,000 likes and counting. We've collected a dozen photos from the page's gallery (many contributed by fans) that offer a good idea of the image city fathers and mothers want to present to the world -- and memorable images they are. Check them out below. Continue to see more photo highlights from the official Denver Facebook page. Continue to see more photo highlights from the official Denver Facebook page. Continue to see more photo highlights from the official Denver Facebook page.

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