Quick Summary of Las Vegas


Las Vegas, formerly the City of Las Vegas is the second-largest metropolitan city in Nevada, the ninth-most populated city in the nation, and the largest county seat of Clark County, where Las Vegas is located.

According to records, the term "Vegas" is thought to have been created by a Spanish traveler in 1521. It is one of America's most popular tourist destinations, with millions of visitors visiting each year.

Las Vegas attractions include the Bellagio Fountains, the Fremont Street Experience, the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, the LV Casino, the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, the Venetian Resort & Casino, and the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Las Vegas is also home to many prominent people, some of whom you may have heard of.

Well-known celebrities that live in and around the city limits are John Travolta, Paris Hilton, Steve Ross, Chanel Iman, Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Usher, Brad Pitt, Diahann Carroll, and Nicole Kidman. There are over two dozen other smaller celebrities and residents who make Las Vegas their home.

The Las Vegas Strip, which includes the Las Vegas hotels and casinos, attracts millions of visitors every year, making it one of the world's most popular places.

The metropolitan area of Las Vegas is composed of over seven separate counties: Washoe, El Reno, Putnam, Humboldt, Clark, and St. Lucie. In addition to all these residents, there are a total of ninety-two schools, four hospitals, five parks, two major public library systems, two racetrack facilities, two professional sports stadiums, one major commercial real estate development project, and two other residential communities.

The hot housing market contributes to the vibrant life in Las Vegas. Many people will visit Las Vegas to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds and get married or start a family.

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