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Folsom Field, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado
Image by Ken Lund
Folsom Field is an outdoor football stadium on the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder, Colorado. Opened in 1924, it is the home field of the Colorado Buffaloes of the Pacific-12 Conference; until July 2011, Colorado was a member of the Big 12 Conference. The horseshoe-shaped stadium runs in the traditional north-south configuration, opening to the north. The CU athletic administration center, named after 1950s head coach Dal Ward, is located at the north end.

The playing field returned to natural grass in 1999 and sits at an elevation of 5,360 feet (1,630 m), more than a mile above sea level. Folsom Field is the third highest stadium in major college football, behind only Wyoming and Air Force of the Mountain West Conference.

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Folsom Field, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
University of Colorado
Image by Ken Lund
Folsom Field is an outdoor football stadium on the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder in Boulder, Colorado. Opened in 1924, it is the home field of the Colorado Buffaloes of the Pacific-12 Conference; until July 2011, Colorado was a member of the Big 12 Conference. The horseshoe-shaped stadium runs in the traditional north-south configuration, opening to the north. The CU athletic administration center, named after 1950s head coach Dal Ward, is located at the north end.

The playing field returned to natural grass in 1999 and sits at an elevation of 5,360 feet (1,630 m), more than a mile above sea level. Folsom Field is the third highest stadium in major college football, behind only Wyoming and Air Force of the Mountain West Conference.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folsom_Field

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Evans Memorial Chapel
University of Colorado
Image by Jeffrey Beall
EVANS MEMORIAL CHAPEL
University of Denver Campus
National Register 12/27/1974, 5DV.174

"The Evans Memorial Chapel is significant for its association with John Evans, who was the first territorial governor of Colorado and founder of the Colorado Seminary (now the University of Denver). Evans built the chapel as a memorial to his daughter Josephine Evans Elbert in 1878. An example of early Gothic Revival architecture, the chapel served as part of the Grace Community Methodist Church from 1889 to 1953. In 1959, it was moved from its original location at 13th and Bannock to its present location on the University of Denver campus."–Description from the Colorado Historical Society Website.