Facts About Colorado



Facts About Colorado

Colorado. The Centennial state joined the union on August 1, 1876 becoming the 38th state of this great nation. This state covers an area of 104,100 square miles making it the 8th biggest state. Colorado means colorful in Spanish.

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  • Towns in Colorado

  • State Motto: "Nil sine Numine" - Nothing Without Providence

  • State Capital: Denver

  • State Abbreviation: CO

  • State Largest Cities:
    * Denver * Colorado Springs * Aurora * Lakewood * Fort Collins * Thornton * Pueblo * Westminster * Arvada * Highlands * Ranch *

  • State Number of Counties: 64

  • Counties of Colorado

    * Adams * Alamosa * Arapahoe * Archuleta * Baca * Bent * Boulder * Chaffee * Cheyenne * Clear Creek * Conejos * Costilla * Crowley * Custer * Delta * Denver * Dolores * Douglas * Eagle * Elbert * El Paso * Fremont * Garfield * Gilpin * Grand * Gunnison * Hinsdale * Huerfano * Jackson * Jefferson * Kiowa * Kit Carson * Lake * La Plata * Larimer * Las Animas * Lincoln * Logan * Mesa * Mineral * Moffat * Montezuma * Montrose * Morgan * Otero * Ouray * Park * Phillips * Pitkin * Prowers * Pueblo * Rio Blanco * Rio Grande * Routt * Saguache * San Juan * San Miguel * Sedgwick * Summit * Teller * Washington * Weld * Yuma *

  • Colorado County Map






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