A city that has been created from the Mojave Desert’s wasteland to be cultivated as an oasis for the entertainment and gambling residents of Los Angeles during the postwar era. Today, it has been known internationally as a city of nightlife, fine dining, entertainment, and gambling for people all over the world. Nevertheless, the city still serves as a whole as a leading commercial, cultural, and financial center for the state of Nevada. From a small, desert-bound railroad service during the 20th century, Las Vegas has become the country’s fastest-growing metropolis. The city’s transformation has become possible because of a combination of an extensive transportation network, permissive state laws, and a combination of shrewd entrepreneurship that now hosts elegant hotels and fantastic entertainment venues, the city attracted a mass of visitors yearly throughout the world.

Population 603,488  (24.50%)

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