The architecture of Las Vegas
Some folks actually go to Las Vegas to drink and gamble; others go there to admire the architecture paid for by all that debauchery (and to work, believe it or not). Here's a glimpse of Vegas (and vicinity) from an architectural perspective.
Old Las Vegas still exists, but it's slowly being replaced, …
By stuff like this — a glitzy transit stop.
The Bellagio and its famous fountains on a balmy 95˚ August night.
There's no shortage of neon, replicas, and T&A.
Caesar's Palace, right next door to the Bellagio.
Paris Las Vegas and it's scale Eiffel Tower have become quite iconic, even in a desert city filled with landmarks.
The interior of one of Caesar's Palace's shopping areas.
Daniel Libeskind's The Crystals.
The Gucci shop at The Crystals.
Las Vegas city hall and it's 33 solar "trees" earned LEED certification for developer Forest City Enterprises.
And, to end, the iconic welcome sign, from the back.