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In the last few years, Denver has jumped in popularity as a travel destination for LGBT visitors; A LOOK AT LGBT HISTORY IN DENVER Denver has long been a gathering place for people of all cultures.
The center’s outdoor Summer Stage, with concerts, dance performances and theater productions, is a big draw.
Today, this city leads the nation in redevelopment, with the creation of new housing and recreational and technical-business plazas in and around the former airfields.
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