United States of America, Colorado, Denver County, Denver
"Fairmount is a 270-acre, master planned, rural cemetery with curved lanes and over 4,000 trees, many of which we brought to Colorado from other states and survived Colorado's arid climate. The Ivy Chapel and Gate Lodge are Denver Historic Landmarks. Fairmount's landscape architect, Reinard Schuetze was later engaged by the City of Denver to rebuild City Park and design Washington and Congress Park as well as grounds surrounding Colorado's State Capitol Building." Grounds - northerly view - Hecht mansion.
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