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Ten Most Religious Neighborhoods in Denver

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Last week, we shared with you one site's choices for the least religious neighborhoods in Denver. But which ones qualify as the most religious?

The way the folks at FindTheBest.com decided to address the question was by counting up the number of religious organizations in each area and then ranking them by the total per a population of 10,000.

The ten Denver neighborhoods that scored the highest are a varied lot, representing areas across the city.

Count down the top ten below, followed by a heat map featuring figures for all the neighborhoods in Denver, not just the most religious — and additional information on each one is just a click away.

Number 10: University Hills
37.7482 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 9: Cole
39.8671 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 8: Uptown
43.2249 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 7: Cory-Merrill
45.6841 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 6: Central Business District
46.4653 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 5: Jefferson Park
47.4752 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 4: Whittier
51.0934 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 3: Skyland
52.7704 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 2: City Park West
56.5483 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE

Number 1: Clayton
60.6197 RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS PER 10K PEOPLE


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