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About Boulder

Boulder, Colorado, population 96,727, nestles against the foothills of the magnificent Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 5,340 feet above sea level. Founded in 1858 by settlers prospecting for gold, today Boulder is world renowned for its cultural and outdoor recreation opportunities. Boulder is home of the University of Colorado with its student population of 25,000, Naropa University, the Rolf Institute, Ball Aerospace, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the atomic clock, by which all US time is set. Boulder is also home to world class runners, climbers, triathletes and cyclists from around the globe. The city of Boulder is surrounded by thousands of acres of open space and mountain parks for its citizens and visitors to enjoy. Boulder has sister city relationships with communities in Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua, Japan, Tajikistan and Tibet.

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