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The State of Colorado is defined as the geoellipsoidal rectangle that stretches from 37°N to 41°N latitude and from 102°03'W to 109°03'W longitude (25°W to 32°W from the Washington Meridian). Colorado is one of only three U.S. states (with Wyoming and Utah) that have only lines of latitude and longitude for boundaries.
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Where is Colorado?

Colorado is located in the Western United States. Colorado borders Wyoming to the North, Kansas and Nebraska to the East, Oklahoma and New Mexico to the South, and Utah to the West. Colorado is one of the states of the "4 corners," where New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado meet, forming the onl (MORE)

What are facts about Colorado?

Some facts about Colorado: . About 33% of all the land in Colorado belongs to the FederalGovernment. . About 75% of all the land in the US over 10,000 feet inelevation is in Colorado. . The tallest sand dune in the US is in Colorado. . Colorado was the second state in the nation to grant women (MORE)

How did Colorado get its nickname?

The State of Colorado's nickname is "The Centennial State." It wasgiven this nickname because it became a state in 1876, the 100 yearanniversary of America's signing of the Declaration ofIndependence. Centennial State: Colorado has been nicknamed the" Centennial State " because it became a state (MORE)

How did Colorado get its nickname and why?

On August 2, 1876, 28 days after the Centennial of the United States, US President Ulysses S Grant signed a proclamation admitting the State of Colorado to the Union as the 38th State and earning it the nickname - Centennial State.

Who founded Colorado?

Colorado became a US state on August 1, 1876 when President UlyssesS. Grant signed a proclamation admitting the state of Colorado tothe Union as the 38th state.

Where does Colorado export?

One of the biggest exports of the state of Colorado is the meat ofbovine animals. Colorado exports this around the USA.

Why was Colorado named Colorado?

It was named after the Colorado River, early Spanish explorers named the Rio Colorado for the red colored(Spanish:Colorado)silt the river carried from the mountains.

What is the nickname of Colorado?

Colorful Colorado . The Centenial State It is called the Centennial State. Many refer to it as Colorful Colorado and some like the Rocky Mountain State.

Is there a everwood Colorado?

nope Everwood is completely fictional. Unfortunately that is the sad truth, it would be great though wouldn't it if a place like that with people so nice, were real?. It may be based on Silverton, Colorado as it is a similar location. In the 1st episode of Everwood, it is mentioned that it was disc (MORE)

Where is the University of Colorado?

The University of Colorado is located in Boulder, Colorado with three satellite campuses to serve Colorado. The University of Colorado - Denver operates both a downtown campus and the separate Anshutz Medical Campus at the former Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center. The third campus is in Colorado Sprin (MORE)

Is Colorado awesome?

YES i have lived her my whole life. has a wide range of climate and terrain from city to mountains to just about everything you could do. EXCEPT surf. Colorado has it all The skiing, backpacking, fishing, hunting, rockhounding, fall colors, people, mountains,

Who is Colorados congressman?

There are two senators and seven representatives that represent Colorado in Congress: Senator Mark Udall Senator Michael Bennet Representative Diana DeGette Representative Jared Polis Representative Scott Tipton Representative Cory Gardner Representative Doug Lamborn Representative Mike Coffman R (MORE)

How cold does it get in Colorado?

It can get well below zero, but that is rare. The coldest months are December and January. The climate in Colorado is dry, so the same temperature won't feel as cold as say Chicago or Boston where the climates are more wet. Here is the high/low average temperature (Fahrenheit) per month for Denve (MORE)

Who discovered Colorado?

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado,governor of a province in Mexico, led an expedition northward to search for the legendary "Seven Golden Cities of Cibola". But the "cities" they found were sad little pueblo villages, and there was no gold. Coronado and his men found the Grand Canyon on the Colorado (MORE)

Where is the colorado river?

The Colorado River flows through the Southwest portion of theUnited States. This includes Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, andCalifornia.

Colleges in Colorado?

Here is a list of colleges in Colorado: . Adams State College . Art Institute of Colorado . College for Financial Planning . Colorado Christian University . Colorado College . Colorado School of Mines . Colorado State University . Colorado State University-Pueblo . Colorado Technical Univ (MORE)

Where is Vail Colorado?

It is 98 miles west of Denver on Interstat Highway 70.. \nIt is approx. 1.5 hours west of Denver on I-70

Is Colorado an at will state?

The age of consent in Colorado is 17 years. If you are at least 15 then you can consent if the person you are with is less than 10 years older than you.

How do you get a copyright in Colorado?

Copyright is a federal law, administered by the US Copyright Office in Washington DC. There are no local or regional offices. The procedure is the same no matter what state you live in, contact the Copyright office (the link is provided below) & follow their instructions.

Is Colorado a colony?

Colorado is a state in the United States of America, admitted to the union August 1, 1876, 100 years after the United States began, garnering the nickname "Centennial State." It was organized as a territory in 1861 from portions of primarily Kansas territory, as well as Utah, New Mexico, and Nebrask (MORE)

Which state is Colorado in?

Colorado is a US state, within the United States of America. It is located in the Rocky Mountain region, its capital is Denver, and it entered the union in 1876. Its population is around 5 million people.

Who was Colorado named Colorado?

Colorado means 'colorful' in spanish, wrong answer Colorado means red in spanish. like your face turn red, spanish "te pusiste colorada (o)"

How long is the drive from Boulder Colorado to Colorado Springs Colorado?

Distance:98 Miles Time:1Hour 31Minutes It depends on which route you want to take. You can either take Hwy 36 from Boulder, then get onto I-25 and head all the way down to Colorado Springs. This is probably a faster way down. However, if you would like a little scenic detour down; I would take (MORE)

How hot does it get in Colorado?

Depends on summer or winter. Summer we hit 80s-90s on the eastern plains, and sometimes the rare 100 (on a dry summer). And sometimes summer starts later and we can have 50s and 60s in June (and it has gotten cooler then that too) It's a tad cooler in the mountains with the shade of the forests an (MORE)

What is Colorado srings?

Colorado Springs is the 2nd largest city in both land size and population in the state of Colorado.

What can you do in Colorado?

There are so many things to do in Colorado! You can go hiking, biking, fishing, camping, and walking in the country. In the cities you could go to a movie, out to eat, or to the mall! There is an endless list of things to do while in Colorado. It all depends on the season, what is open, and your a (MORE)

What are Colorados sportsteam?

Football - Denver Broncos Baseball - Colorado Rockies Hockey - Colorado Avalanche Basketball - Denver Nuggets Soccer - Colorado Rapids

How did Colorado get its shape?

Colorado was shaped primarily by volcanic activity and severe erosion of land formations by wind and water. A great part of the state was once a seabed. The wind formed the shape of the Great Plains and Sand Dunes. The Rockies and other rock formations were once much larger, the result of the Great (MORE)

What is an fact about Colorado?

Colorado is the only State to turn down the Olympics. In a referendum, 62% of the States voters rejected the 1976 Winter Olympics because of the cost, the environmental impact, polllutiion and projected population boom that would have resulted.

What are Colorados foods?

Colorado is well-known for Southwestern cuisine, since there are hundreds of even local business-owned Mexican restaurants. Colorado is also famous for it's highest elevation vineyards in the entire US

What is the uniform in Colorado?

It could be Tony Lama boots, blue jeans with a large belt buckle, a western shirt with a bola tie and a Stetson hat. A sheepskiin lined leather coat is optional. It might be a Brooks Brothers suit. For a great many it is tennis shoes, shorts, a T shirt and a Broonco's ball cap.

How did Colorado get discovered?

Colorado, which joined the union as the 38th state in 1876, is America's eighth largest state in terms of land mass. Located in the Rocky Mountain region of the western United States, the state's abundant and varied natural resources attracted the ancient Pueblo peoples and, later, the Plains Indian (MORE)

Who created Colorado?

Colorado was originally part of the Louisiana Purchase. In 1861 Congress created the Territory of Colorado and on August 1, 1876, it officially became a state.

What city is in Colorado?

There are some 75 municipalities in Colorado which meet the legal definition of a city. Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Aspen, and Vail are probably the better-known ones.