Las Vegas City Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the city of Las Vegas and its suburbs?
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Last updated: August 4, 2020
First submittedJuly 25, 2020
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Nickname for the part of Las Vegas Boulevard where most of the
major casinos are located
The Strip
Desert in which Las Vegas is located
Mojave
Complete the quote: "What happens in Vegas …"
Stays in Vegas
Nickname of Las Vegas
Sin City
Singer of "Viva Las Vegas"
Elvis Presley
Vegas casino shaped like a pyramid
The Luxor
Major dam located near Las Vegas
Hoover Dam
NFL team of Las Vegas
Las Vegas Raiders
NHL team of Las Vegas
Vegas Golden Knights
#1 hit TV show set in Las Vegas
CSI
Leading male star of "Leaving Las Vegas"
Nicolas Cage
Tom Cruise movie about a man who uses his autistic brother to count cards
Rain Man
Casino with a musical fountain in front of it
Bellagio
Complete the phrase from the famous sign: "Welcome to ______ Las Vegas"
Fabulous
Aviation pioneer who spent much of his last decade as a recluse
on the top floor of the Desert Inn
Howard Hughes
Hotel, named for a bird, that was founded in 1946 with help from mobster Bugsy Siegel
Flamingo
The largest single hotel in the United States with 6,852 rooms
MGM Grand
Type of cloud that you could see from Las Vegas from 1951–1962 because
of a nearby atomic weapons test site
Mushroom Cloud
Street that is home to most of the downtown Las Vegas casinos
Fremont Street
German entertainers whose stage act included live lions and tigers,
until one of them was mauled
Siegfried & Roy
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Level 79
Jul 26, 2020
According to several sources, the Venetian is the largest hotel in the US, with 7,092 rooms - not the MGM Grand.
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Level 68
Aug 19, 2020
That is only true if you combine the Venetian and Palazzo as one hotel, which is debatable. Although they are both owned by the same company (Sands), and their is a tunnel connecting their casinos on the ground floor, they are really two separate buildings, with two separate main entrances and check in areas, so I think it makes more sense to consider them separately.
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Level 80
Jul 27, 2020
Nicely worded on the first question. It is part of Las Vegas Blvd. but is not in the City of Las Vegas.
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Level 80
Aug 6, 2020
Had no idea the Raiders moved to Las Vegas. Didn't they use to play in Oakland or something?
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Level 54
Aug 15, 2020
It's been planned for a couple of years, but this season will be the first season that they're officially playing in Las Vegas.
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Level 65
Aug 15, 2020
I didn't get many of these, but the ones I got I only did so thanks to Fallout
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Level 50
Aug 15, 2020
I live in Vegas and was actually nervous I would be embarrassed and miss something.
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Level 80
Aug 16, 2020
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.*


*does not apply to antibiotic-resistant strains
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Level 66
Aug 19, 2020
Interesting to hear that Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy had died of complications from the coronavirus back in May this year. 😮
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Level 74
Aug 21, 2020
We don't have the same definition of "interesting".