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Las Vegas Population: 587,699

Total Males: 296,064
Total Females: 291,635
Median Household Income: $52,601
Total Households: 211,896

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Brief Information About Las Vegas


Las Vegas is the most populous city in the U.S. State of Nevada. Located in Clark County, Las Vegas is also its County seat. It is known as the world's entertainment capital. Known for its booming nightlife, casinos, hotels and other mode of entertainment are the main engines of growth.

Las Vegas has a total area of about 136 sq. miles and situated at an elevated height of about 2000 ft. from the ground level. The entertaiment industry of Las Vegas also helps in the growth of restaurants and local retail industry. The education sector is fairly advanced with a good number of schools, colleges and Universities operating in the area. Other attractions include a large number of parks and recreation hubs found in the area. These help to draw a large number of tourists in the area every year. The transportation sector is one of the pillars of advancement with road, rail and air connection throughout the city. Night life in the city is the main point of attraction with the availability of numerous entertainment facilities, including adult entertainment.



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