Lincoln (Nebraska), the capital of Nebraska, USA; 258,400 residents (2010). It is located in a flat prairie landscape and has a lot of agriculture-related industry. In the University of Nebraska’s area is a large stadium and a number of museums, including the original National Museum of Roller Skating, which shows the history of rollerblading from the 1700’s.
- CountryAAH: Lists all cities and towns of Nebraska in alphabetical order. Covers maps and airports in each major city in the state of Nebraska.
Omaha, a town on the Missouri River in Nebraska, USA; city population 409,000 (2010), in the urban region (including the neighboring town of Council Bluffs, Iowa) 877,100 residents After the construction of the Union Pacific Railroad (1865), it became an important railway center and a large market for grain and cattle. In addition, Omaha is the state’s leading financial and industrial center (food, machinery, oil products, etc.). The sights include the Great Plains Black Museum in the city’s predominantly black-dominated northern quarter. In addition to Creighton University and departments of the University of Nebraska, the city is home to the Strategic Air Command.
- Abbreviationfinder website: Lists 2-letter and 3-letter abbreviations for Nebraska. Also covers state facts, major cities, and popular acronyms about the state of Nebraska.