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Top Fifteen Cities for Single Women -- and Where Denver Finishes

Is Denver really Menver -- a place where there are loads of single men from which women can choose? DatingAdvice.com weighs in on the question amid its list of the fifteen top cities for single women. Where does Denver wind up? And which cities are deemed better? Count down the fifteen winning cities below, featuring photos and excerpts from DatingAdvice.com text -- and to see the original post, click here.

See also: Photos: Ten Answers to the Question "Does Anyone Actually ENJOY Dating in Denver?"

Number 15: El Paso, Texas
A low cost of living and high job market aren't all that will draw you to El Paso -- the unique culture, the gorgeous mountain view and the sheer number of single men available make the Sun City the perfect place to call home.... Number of single men: 91,939
Number 14: Louisville, Kentucky
Just follow the Urban Bourbon Trail and you'll find plenty of eligible bachelors! You and your lucky fella will have a blast in "Looavul" as you bop from Churchill Downs to Louisville Slugger Field to Waverly Sanatorium.... Number of single men: 97,117
Number 13: Nashville, Tennessee
Often considered the "Athens of the South," Nashville is known for its live music, great green spaces and available men. You might find your perfect guy at a band performance, one of the many colleges or even Music City Mermaid.... Number of single men: 99,391
Continue to keep counting down the top fifteen cities for single women according to DatingAdvice.com.
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