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Congress Park is an old-school Denver neighborhood with a "small town atmosphere." Its west end starts about 5 blocks from Cheesman Park. Just about one-square-mile in size, the neighborhood has a population of about 11,250. Its namesake is Congress Park, a large park that includes a playground, baseball field and swimming pool, and sits caddy-corner to the Denver Botanic Gardens. Small bars and restaurants dot the neighborhood.
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