Interesting facts about Las Vegas

Las Vegas is one of the most famous in the world of American cities. In fact, it represents one huge place for recreation and all kinds of entertainment – the number of casinos, cabarets, bars and restaurants here is just off scale. Las Vegas is a unique sociocultural phenomenon that arose under the pressure of peculiar American laws. Drowned in neon lights, this city is amazingly beautiful, especially at night.

Las Vegas was founded a little more than a hundred years ago.

None of the more than eighty Las Vegas casinos has windows or watches.

Someone Archie Caras came to the casino in 1992 with $ 50 in his pocket and won forty million. Unfortunately for him, he got into the excitement, he could not stop in time and again lost everything.

In Las Vegas, there is such entertainment as driving behind the wheel of bulldozers and other heavy equipment.

All casinos in Las Vegas are located not in this very city, but nearby, in the town of Paradise.

In Las Vegas, a copy of the Eiffel Tower half as large as the original was built.

Any gambling in Las Vegas was banned from 1919 to 1931.

Next to Las Vegas is the largest man-made structure in the world – the Hoover Dam.

In the middle of the last century, many casinos in Las Vegas were built on mafia money.

In hot summer days, the air of Las Vegas can warm up to fifty degrees in the shade.