Colorado State Capitol
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Take a free tour, it's the only way to climb to the top and take in the amazing views!
On the West facing steps is one labeled “5280 feet above seal level”. Photo opportunity and great view.
You must admire that gold dome! Also find the step that shows you that you are a mile above sea level.
This is an excellent place to visit and take in the wonderful sites of our gold plated dome. They offer tours throughout the year.
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