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In 1931 construction began on the massive Hoover Dam, drawing thousands of workers to a site just east of the city. Casinos and showgirl venues opened up on Fremont Street, the town’s sole paved road, to attract the workers.
Las Vegas: The Strip, the Mob and the Age of Glamour
In 1946 mobster Bugsy Siegel, backed by East Coast Jewish gangster Meyer Lansky’s Mexican drug money, opened the Flamingo, a swank resort that took its cues from Hollywood. Top talent was booked for its lounges and dozens of celebrities attended its Christmas Day opening.
Learn the history of this unique place and discover the beautiful backstories under bright lights of Freemont Street and Downtown Las Vegas!
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