Casper

Casper is the largest city and county seat of Natrona county, located in . The city occupies a valley created by the junction of the North Platte river and the Laramie mountains.
Photo: Adbay, Public domain.

Notable Places in the Area

Movie theater
The in Casper, Wyoming was built as the New Lyric Theater in 1921. Photo: Prescott61, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Historic building
The Casper Federal Building, at 111 South Wolcott Street in Casper, Wyoming, was built in 1932. Photo: Zibodiz, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Historic site
The , also known as the Hotel Townsend, is a historic hotel in Casper, Wyoming. Photo: Chevsapher, CC0.

Museum
The is a 11,000-square-foot interpretive center about several of the National Historic Trails, and is located northwest of Casper, Wyoming on Interstate 25. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY 4.0.

Localities in the Area

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Casper

Latitude
42.8497° or 42° 50' 59" north
Longitude
-106.3255° or 106° 19' 31.8" west
Population
52,100
IATA airport code
CPR
United Nations Location Code
US CPR
Elevation
5118 feet (1560 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 151700975
Geo­Names ID
5820705
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  • Arabic: Casper, Wyoming
  • Arabic: كاسبر
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  • Armenian: Կասպեր (Վայոմինգ)
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  • Breton: Casper (Wyoming)
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  • Chinese: 卡斯珀 (怀俄明州)
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  • Serbian: Kasper
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  • Sinhala: කැස්පර්
  • South Azerbaijani: کاسپر، ویومینق
  • Spanish: Casper
  • Spanish: Casper City
  • Spanish: Casper Wyoming
  • Swedish: Casper, Wyoming
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  • Tamil: காஸ்பெர்
  • Tatar: Каспер (Вайоминг)
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  • Thai: แคสเปอร์
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  • Urdu: کیسپر، وائیومنگ
  • Uzbek: Casper (Wyoming)
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  • Waray (Philippines): Casper
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