Nebraska is a U.S state that is located on the Midwestern region on the Great Plains. Omaha is the state’s capital city, Lincoln being its largest city. Nebraska was once known as the great American Desert. Now however it is a leading ranching and farming state. Nebraska is bordered by Iowa on the east, Dakota on the north, Missouri to the East and Wyoming to the west. Covering an area of 200, 520 kilometers squared, Nebraska has a population of about 2 million people.
Nebraska has two major climates; semi-arid and humid continental climate on the eastern and western regions consecutively. However the whole states experiences seasonal variations in rainfall and temperatures while the winters are cold and summers hot generally. Snow falls fairly even all over the state.
The official language used in Nebraska is English. However because of ancestry groups, there are other indigenous dialects which are in use such as Spanish, German and Irish among several others.
Nebraska uses the dollar currency. Nebraska does fairly well for a state that does not have a large population. The economy depends on agriculture and also produces pork, beef and vegetables. Other sectors include manufacturing, freight transport, IT and insurance among several others. Should you have the need currency conversion, major banks and some hotels can be of your assistance.
- Tourist Attractions
Nebraska has some very interesting attractions, from time capsules in Seward to an air space museum in Ashland and several museums which have enough historical documents, articles and paraphernalia.