St. Elizabeth of Hungary in downtown Denver on the Auraria campus dates from 1898. It has served the Catholic community since before then and sports Gothic/Romanesque architecture. It serves as the campus student chapel as well.
Home of the first Spanish-speaking Catholic parish in Denver, St. Cajetan's original structure (1926) still stands in the Auraria neighborhood. Spanish Colonial Revival architecture sports beautiful stained glass and is used for a campus center.
A visit to the sumptuously lavish Ehrenburg Palace in Coburg, Germany, home to the duchy of Duke Ernst I and progeny. It's been restored to its original splendor, including real gold leaf and handmade plaster figures in almost every room.
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