1. Gambling was legalized in Nevada by Governor Fred Balzar in March 1931.
2. The First Casino was the Pair-O-Dice Club which opened on Highway 91 in 1931.
3. Rhyolite is the name of a ghost town in Nevada. The town was declined because of the falling of ore production. It was abandoned after 1906 San Fransisco earthquake and 1907 Financial Panic.
4. The Silver States is the nickname for Nevada but this state is ones of the largest gold productions in the world.
5. In Cal-Neva buildings at Lake Tahoe, you can stand in both California and Nevada.
6. Most hotel rooms on Earth concentrated in Las Vegas.
7. Not all parts of Nevada are desserts, Sierra Mountain range in Nevada has snow for the half year.
8. Las Vegas Conventions and Authority Ad Campaign created the famous trademark “What happens in Las Vegas, Stays in Las Vegas” in 2002 which later bought by R&R Partners advertising firms only for $ 1.
9. Nevada becomes the only U.S. States that legalize prostitution for cities with population less than 400,000 people. So, the prostitution in a bigger city like Las Vegas is illegal.
10. Nevada is the driest state in the U.S. with fewer than 10 inches of rain per year.