Largest Cities in Colorado

Colorado is a state in the United States of 269,595 km². It has about 4.7 million inhabitants. The capital is Denver. Colorado is the highest state in the United States, with an average elevation of 2000 meters above sea level.

Colorado (abbreviated Col. or CO), state of the United States at 269,595 km². It has about 4.7 million inhabitants. The capital is Denver. Colorado is the highest state in the United States, with an average elevation of 2000 meters above sea level. The climate is dry.

The state has a lot of cattle and sheep farming in addition to a lot of industry. In addition, molybdenum, oil, coal, silver and uranium are extracted. Colorado has been our state since 1876, and he is called the Centennial State.

Biggest Cities of Colorado by Population

Rank City State Population
1 Denver CO 600269
2 Colorado Springs CO 416538
3 Aurora CO 325189
4 Fort Collins CO 144097
5 Lakewood CO 143091
6 Thornton CO 118883
7 Pueblo CO 106706
8 Arvada CO 106544
9 Westminster CO 106225
10 Centennial CO 100488
11 Boulder CO 97496
12 Greeley CO 93000
13 Longmont CO 86381
14 Loveland CO 66970
15 Grand Junction CO 58677
16 Broomfield CO 56000
17 Commerce City CO 46024
18 Littleton CO 41848
19 Northglenn CO 35900
20 Brighton CO 33463

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