Show anyone who has spent even a day in the Mile High City a photo of just the top of this building and nearly every single person would instantly recognize the skyscraper located at 1700 Lincoln Street.

We all know it by the nickname "The Cash Register Building" but that is not the skyscraper's formal name. The Wells Fargo Center is the third tallest building in Downtown Denver behind the 56-floor Republic Plaza and the 53-floor 1081 California skyscrapers.

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The Wells Fargo Center is so much of an icon, the Denver Nuggets had a blocky version of the Denver skyline as the team's logo from 1981 to 1993 and you can instantly tell which building was the Cash Register Building.

This skyscraper easily ranks as my all-time favorite as one of the key figures in Denver's skyline. Here are a few things you might not have known that we dug up on Wikipedia about the Denver skyscraper dubbed The Cash Register Building.

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