Statistics for Which City in Colorado?

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DescriptionLetterCity% Correct
The capital and largest city in ColoradoDDenver
100%
Home to the United States Air Force AcademyCColorado Springs
98%
Ski resort town with the highest property prices in the United StatesAAspen
96%
Southern industrial city that was at one point the second largest in ColoradoPPueblo
85%
College town home to Colorado State UniversityFFort Collins
79%
Denver suburb which elected the first female mayor of a U.S. city over 50k peopleAAurora
79%
The Flatirons provide the backdrop to this Front Range college cityBBoulder
69%
The largest city on the Western SlopeGGrand Junction
63%
Northern Colorado city named for an 1800s journalistGGreeley
63%
Largest city in southwest Colorado, 30 miles from Mesa VerdeDDurango
62%
"Sweetheart City" which remails over 150,000 cards each Valentine's DayLLoveland
58%
Denver suburb home to the former headquarters of CoorsGGolden
50%
Contains the main entrance to Rocky Mountain National ParkEEstes Park
46%
Relatively major mountain city, gateway to Black Canyon of the GunnisonMMontrose
38%
Mountain town with the highest airport in the United StatesLLeadville
37%
Mountain town containing the oldest continually operating ski area in the U.S.SSteamboat Springs
23%
Oldest continually inhabited city in Colorado, found in a valley of the same nameSSan Luis
23%
Smallest incorporated town in Colorado, with 8 people and an amusement parkLLakeside
19%
Gilpin County gold rush town which is now a gambling hubBBlack Hawk
19%
Eastern town famous for its canteloupes and other melonsRRocky Ford
17%

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