Flags of Denver
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 This near westside Denver neighborhood's name translates to "green valley" from Spanish. Founded in 1899, the early developers saw the beautiful area buffering the South Platte River as a valley of flourishing natural vegetation and trees. The same river which gave the neighborhood it's name also almost led to its destruction in the flood of 1965 when nearly 3,000 buildings in the neighborhood were damaged or destroyed. The river and natural topography are reflected in the design of the flag.

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 This near westside Denver neighborhood's name translates to "green valley" from Spanish. Founded in 1899, the early developers saw the beautiful area buffering the South Platte River as a valley of flourishing natural vegetation and trees. The same river which gave the neighborhood it's name also almost led to its destruction in the flood of 1965 when nearly 3,000 buildings in the neighborhood were damaged or destroyed. The river and natural topography are reflected in the design of the flag.

This near westside Denver neighborhood's name translates to "green valley" from Spanish. Founded in 1899, the early developers saw the beautiful area buffering the South Platte River as a valley of flourishing natural vegetation and trees. The same river which gave the neighborhood it's name also almost led to its destruction in the flood of 1965 when nearly 3,000 buildings in the neighborhood were damaged or destroyed. The river and natural topography are reflected in the design of the flag.