The Aladdin is an Arabian Nights theme hotel and casino located at 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. The hotel has 2,600 rooms, a performing arts theatre, and a 475,000 ft² (44,000 m²) shopping arcade called the Desert Passage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aladdin, Las Vegas"
The Atomic Testing Museum museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) in the desert north of Las Vegas. The museum opened in March 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atomic Testing Museum"
Bellagio is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. It is owned by MGM Mirage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bellagio (hotel and casino)"
Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel is a hotel and casino located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. The casino is named for its founder, Benny Binion and has 366 rooms, two restaurants and a rooftop pool. It is one of the casinos owned by the MTR Gaming Group. ...more on Wikipedia about "Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel"
Binion's Horseshoe (now the Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel) was a hotel and casino located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. The casino was named for its founder, Benny Binion and has 366 rooms, two restaurants and a rooftop pool. ...more on Wikipedia about "Binion's Horseshoe"
BREN Tower is a guyed steel framework mast, 465 meters (1,527 feet) high, on the Nevada Test Site in Nevada, USA. "BREN" stands for "Bare Reactor Experiment, Nevada." ...more on Wikipedia about "BREN Tower"
:Caesars Palace is about the hotel casino in Las Vegas. For other uses see Caesars Palace (disambiguation). ...more on Wikipedia about "Caesars Palace"
Carson City Mint was a branch of the United States Mint in Carson City, Nevada. Built at the peak of the silver boom, 57 issues of silver coins minted here between 1870 and 1893 bore the "CC" mint mark. From 1895 to 1933, the building served as the U.S. Assay Office for gold and silver. The Federal Government sold the building to the state of Nevada in 1939. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carson City Mint"
The Davis Dam is a dam on the Colorado River, downstream from Hoover Dam. It stretches across the border between Arizona and Nevada. Originally called Bullhead Dam, Davis dam was renamed after Arthur Powell Davis, who was the Director of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation from 1914 to 1932. The Bureau of Reclamation owns and operates the dam, which was completed in 1951. ...more on Wikipedia about "Davis Dam"
The Desert Inn was a Las Vegas, Nevada hotel/casino that operated from April 24, 1950 to August 28, 2000. It was the fifth resort to open on the Las Vegas Strip. The property included an 18-hole golf course. Locals nicknamed the resort "The D.I." ...more on Wikipedia about "Desert Inn"
The Flamingo Las Vegas is owned and operated by Harrah's Entertainment and is located on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. The property offers a 77,000 ft² (7,200 m²) casino along with 3,626 hotel rooms. The hotel is sometimes referred to as the pink hotel from the pink neon on the building similar to the color of flamingos. The 15 ac (61,000 m²) site is landscaped in a Caribbean theme, with the central area housing an exhibit of flamingos and penguins as part of a wildlife habitat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Flamingo Las Vegas"
Floyd Lamb State Park is a 2000 acre Nevada state park in Las Vegas, Nevada. The park contains the Tule Springs Ranch Historic Area which is an area that contains some of Las Vegas' older buildings which were moved here over the years. ...more on Wikipedia about "Floyd Lamb State Park"
The Four Queens Hotel and Casino is located in downtown Las Vegas on the Fremont Street Experience. Home to the Queen's Machine, the world's largest slot machine, the 690 room hotel and 50,000 square foot casino is owned and operated by the Elsinore Corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Four Queens"
The Fremont Hotel & Casino is a hotel and casino located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. It is one of the casinos owned by Boyd Gaming Corporation. The hotel provides 447 rooms and the casino offers 32,000ft² of space. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fremont Hotel and Casino" There's a bit of shortopedia in all of us.
Fremont Street is probably the most famous street in Las Vegas, Nevada besides the Las Vegas Strip. Fremont was the major street in the downtown casino corridor. It is, or was the address for many of the famous casinos such as Binion's Horseshoe, Eldorado Club, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Golden Gate Hotel & Casino, Golden Nugget, The Mint, and the Pioneer Club. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fremont Street"
The Fremont Street Experience (FSE) is a pedestrian mall and attraction in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The FSE occupies the westernmost 5 blocks of Fremont Street and portions of some other adjacent streets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fremont Street Experience"
The Gold Coast Hotel & Casino is a hotel and casino located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This locals casino is owned an operated by Boyd Gaming Corporation. It's located about 2 blocks west of the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel has 711 rooms, a 70 lane bowling center open to the public, and a bingo room. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gold Coast Hotel and Casino"
The Golden Gate Hotel & Casino is located at One Fremont Street in Las Vegas, Nevada, making it part of the Fremont Street Experience. It is Las Vegas' oldest casino and smallest hotel (106 rooms) on Fremont Street. ...more on Wikipedia about "Golden Gate Hotel and Casino"
Great Basin National Park is a United States National Park, located in east-central Nevada near its border with Utah. The park derives its name from the Great Basin, the dry and mountainous region between the Sierra Nevada and the Rocky Mountains. The park contains 120.6 mi² ( 312.3 km²) of land. The park is located approximately 200 miles north of Las Vegas, and takes about 5.5 hours by car (approx. 307 miles by car) from downtown Las Vegas. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Basin National Park"
The Great Unconformity refers to a geologic feature where two adjacent layers of rock were not formed one after another in the earth's development. The Great Unconformity is visible in different places in the US. It is one of many unconformities that exist around the world and one of the largest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Unconformity"
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is a hotel-casino located in Las Vegas, Nevada that is owned by Peter Morton. The property has a 770 room hotel and 30,000ft² (3,000m²) casino. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hard Rock Hotel and Casino"
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Heavenly Ski Resort is a ski resort located on the California- Nevada border in South Lake Tahoe. It has 85 runs and 29 lifts that are spread between California and Nevada and a four base facility. The resort was recently purchased by Vail Resorts, Inc. The resort has 4,800 acres (19 km²) making it the largest ski resort in California. It is also Tahoe's highest mountain with a peak of 10,067 ft (3,068 m) and the longest vertical drop on the U.S. west coast of 3,500 feet (1067 m). With 360 inches (9 m) of snow annually and one of America's largest snowmaking systems, their season usually runs from the middle of November to late April. Vail Resorts is currently starting on their 40 million dollar improvements. ...more on Wikipedia about "Heavenly Ski Resort"
Hoover Dam ( ) is a concrete gravity-arch dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between Arizona and Nevada. The dam, located 48 kilometres (30 miles) southeast of Las Vegas, is named after Herbert Hoover, who played an instrumental role in its construction, first as Secretary of Commerce and then later as President of the United States. Hoover Dam was built by Six Companies, Inc., under Frank Crowe. Construction began in 1931 and was completed in 1936, over two years ahead of schedule. The dam is operated by the Bureau of Reclamation of the U.S. Department of the Interior. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981, Hoover Dam was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1985. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoover Dam"
Lake Mead is the largest man-made lake and reservoir in the United States. It is located on the Colorado River about 30 mi (48 km) southeast of Las Vegas, Nevada, between the states of Nevada and Arizona. Formed by water impounded by Hoover Dam, it extends 110 mi (180 km) behind the dam, holding approximately 28.5 million acre feet (35 km³) of water. The water held in Lake Mead is released via aqueducts to communities in southern California and Nevada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lake Mead"
The Las Vegas Strip (also known as The Strip) is 4 mi (6.7 km) of Las Vegas Boulevard South partly in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, that has been designated an All-American Road. Many of the largest hotel, casino and resort properties in the world are located on The Strip. Over the years, Las Vegas Boulevard South has been called Arrowhead Highway, Salt Lake Highway, U.S. Highway 91, and Los Angeles Highway. The Strip was reportedly named by police officer Guy McAfee, after his hometown's Sunset Strip, in Los Angeles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Las Vegas Strip"
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