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Nevada, is a member state of the United States of America. Located in the arid region of the mountainous area of ​​the west of the country, it covers an area of ​​286 298 km2 and has a population of 2 325 900 residents (2004).

The essential Nevada part extends to the Great Basin, a vast desert plateau that separates the western and eastern ranges from the Rocky Mountains. This tray is fragmented by numerous reliefs (mountainous links and tables in particular), and culminated at 4,005 m of altitude at the summit of PIC Boundary. The northeast of the state occupies a small portion of the Columbia tray.

The state's main rivers are Humboldt to the north and Colorado to the southeast. Lake Mead, located on the latter, upstream of the Hoover Dam, is one of the most important artificial water sources in the world. Despite this hydrographic network, Nevada is the most arid state in the United States. The main species are xerophiles (cactus, yucca) and conifers on mountainous slopes.

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Nevada Public Libraries by County

  • ALLCITYPOPULATION.COM: Get a list of Nevada cities and towns by population based on latest data from U.S. Census.
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  • AbbreviationFinder: Presents the abbreviations and acronyms that stand for Nevada. Also includes other English words or phrases that have the same initials as state name of Nevada.
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Reno in Nevada - The largest small town in the world

Reno - The largest small town in the world

Reno itself has around 225,000 residents, which add up to around 420,000 residents with the surrounding area (Washoe County). Reno is located near the California border, on the western edge of the great basin in the Truckee River valley at an altitude of 1,371 m. The city was founded by settlers in the mid-19th century. At first the city lived from agriculture and from migrating settlers on the way to California.

The era of the railway construction was the actual foundation time of Reno

The first railway line was built by the Central Pacific in 1869. The time of the railway construction was the actual foundation time of Reno. The connection of the city to the railway network gave the city an initial boost. But it was only with the legalization of gambling in Nevada in 1931 that the city experienced its real economic rise.

Reno is made up of 8 boroughs: Northvalley, Northeast, Northwest, Old Northwest, Ward 1, Ward 2 South, Ward 2 Central and Ward 3. Reno is home to the oldest university in Nevada. It is home to over 9,000 students and was founded as the University of Nevada in 1864. The tallest building is the Silver Legacy Hotel and Casino. The 125 meter high building has 38 floors and was erected in 1995. Gambling remains the city's main source of income. With the Airport Reno-Tahoe, the city also has an international airport.

Next to Las Vegas and Atlantic City, Reno is the most important gambling city. Reno is not as glamorous as Las Vegas, but the city has been redeveloped in the past few years, especially in the city center, and the traffic routes have been modernized, so that even Reno has received an inviting sight without large neon signs. The tallest structure in Renos is the Hotel and Casino Silver Legacy with a height of 125 m. Some well-known companies have also settled here, such as Skagen Designs, a Danish watch brand, Sierra Pacific Resources, an energy provider or International Game Technology.

Reno is worth the trip

Besides gambling, Reno also has other attractions to offer tourists. For aviation enthusiasts, the annual Air Race in September is definitely a highlight. The Air Race is a five-day event in which flight races are held. The nearby Sierra Nevada is a popular travel destination for winter sports fans. For nature lovers, there is a lot to discover in the outskirts of Reno, the desert landscape of Nevada. The lakes a little further away like Lake Tahoe or Pyramid Lake are also worth a trip.

Sights and attractions in Reno

- The National Automobile Museum. An exhibition of nostalgic cars.
- The Reno Aces Ballpark. A must for baseball fans.
- The Hotel and Casino Silver Legacy
- The Reno Air Racing Association (see text)
- The Atlantis Casino, the most beautiful casino in Reno
- The Truckee River Walk, a scenic park
- The Animal Ark zoo with bear feeding
- The Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center with exhibition and events
- The LakeRidge Golf Course for discerning golfers
and much more.

Carson City - the capital of Nevada

Carson City is near the California border

about 50 km from Reno and has about 55,000 residents. Since Nevada was named a state in 1864, Carson City, then with a population of 3,000, has been the capital. The settlement near the Carson River, baptized in Carson City in 1858, had to prevail against its competitors Virginia City and American Flat as competitors. It thus became the smallest capital of a US state.

The first Europeans settled here in 1843.

Carson City was originally a trading post called Eagle Station. Due to the gold and silver deposits in the area, the settlement quickly grew into an important place in the region. Soon after, the connection to the railway network followed. But the mines were soon exhausted and the railroad built a new route further away from Carson City, which had an additional negative effect on the further development of the place.

The population stagnated or grew only slightly in the 20th century and until 1960 had just 5,000 residents. After that, the number of residents was increased significantly to currently over 55,000 residents through the incorporation of the surrounding towns and lands.

The area around Carson City and the city itself has a lot to offer in terms of leisure and sports facilities. Carson City has around 7 casinos and the Capitol, built in 1870/71, which was the tallest building in the city until 1972. It is open to visitors from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is no longer used by the legislature and the judiciary, they are located in different buildings. Only the executive branch still has its seat here.

The nearby Lake Tahoe is a popular destination, here the Tahoe Rim Trail, a 266 km hiking trail, also suitable for cycling, leads around the lake. In winter, the area is transformed into an ideal ski area that attracts many winter sports enthusiasts. Lake Washoe, located near Carson City, is a popular destination for surfers and anglers can also be found here. The surrounding state park is a hiking area with campsites.

 

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