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Denver : Denver International Airport – The Children of the World Dream of Peace
Denver International Airport
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The Children of the World Dream of Peace, located at Denver International Airport, is a diptych mural by Leo Tanguma that expresses the artist’s desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves to images of smiling children dressed in folk costumes from around the world celebrating peace prevailing over war.

Denver International Aiport (DEN), often called DIA, opened on February 28, 1995, replacing Stapelton Intenrational Airport as Denver’s primary airport. The project began with Perez Architects in 1989 and was completed by Fentress Bradburn Architects of Denver. Its signature profile, suggestive of the snow capped Rocky Mountains, was first hand sketched by Design Director Curtis W. Fentress, and along with its user-optimized curbside to airside navigation won global acclaim. The central Jeppesen Terminal, named after aviation safety pioneer Elrey Jeppensen, houses shops and security screening, and connects to the 95 full service gates on 3 separate midfield concourses via train.

Denver International Airport is, by land size at 53- qaure-miles, by far the largest international airport in the United States and the third largest in the world. Its Runway 16R/34L is the longest public use runway in the United States. In 2009, Denver International Airport was the tenth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic, and the fourth-busiest by aircraft movement.

In 2007, Denver International Airport was ranked #57 on the AIA 150 America’s Favorite Architecture list.

Denver: Denver International Airport – Mile High and Rising
Denver International Airport
Image by wallyg
Mile High and Rising, a mural located in Jeppesen Terminal at Denver International Aiport, was painted by Marcus Akinlana in 1999 as part of A Cultural Perspective Project. Mile High and Rising depicts the spirit of adventure, optimism and triumph that African Americans brought to Colorado and the Old West, featuring historical figures like Barney Ford and Aunt Clara Brown.

Denver International Aiport (DEN), often called DIA, opened on February 28, 1995, replacing Stapelton Intenrational Airport as Denver’s primary airport. The project began with Perez Architects in 1989 and was completed by Fentress Bradburn Architects of Denver. Its signature profile, suggestive of the snow capped Rocky Mountains, was first hand sketched by Design Director Curtis W. Fentress, and along with its user-optimized curbside to airside navigation won global acclaim. The central Jeppesen Terminal, named after aviation safety pioneer Elrey Jeppensen, houses shops and security screening, and connects to the 95 full service gates on 3 separate midfield concourses via train.

Denver International Airport is, by land size at 53- qaure-miles, by far the largest international airport in the United States and the third largest in the world. Its Runway 16R/34L is the longest public use runway in the United States. In 2009, Denver International Airport was the tenth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic, and the fourth-busiest by aircraft movement.