Daniels and Fisher Tower, 16th Street Mall, Commonly Referred to as the D&F Tower by Denver Locals

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ryandenver on September 30, 2010

"Inspired by St. Mark's Campanile in Venice, the D&F Tower was built in 1911 to anchor the Daniels & Fisher Department Store. The tower barely escaped demolition in the 1970s. It has since been restored and is one of Denver's most beloved landmarks." Copied from Denver Historic Building site. Ryandenver

ryandenver on February 17, 2011

"The building was designed by the architect Frederick Sterner and modeled after The Campanile (St. Mark's Bell Tower) at the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy." From Wikipedia, Ryandenver

Luca Rigato on February 17, 2011

Beautiful shot, you're right. I enlarged to see it better! Like

ryandenver on February 18, 2011

Grazie, Luca! Ryandenver

Christos Theodorou on January 31, 2012

Very nice photo into the night - Greetings!

ryandenver on January 31, 2012

Thanks, Christos. This building was inspired by the St. Mark's Campanile in Venice! It now has small offices for business tenants! Greetings from Denver, Colorado! Ryandenver

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Photo taken in Central Business District, Denver, CO, USA

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