The state of Nebraska has the largest area of grassland with sandy mounds throughout the Western Hemisphere. It offers visitors the Children's Museum, Joslyn Art Museum, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery addition to a large number of tourist attractions. The most important of these is "The State Capitol Lincoln," which has been regarded as one of the architectural wonders of the modern world by the American Institute of Architects.

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The state of Nebraska is situated in the central northwestern United States, which borders the north by South Dakota, Iowa to the east, the southeast Missouri, south to Kansas, Colorado and southwest to west to Wyoming. It has a population of 1,826,341 93 people distributed in counties within a surface of 124,488 square miles. The largest cities are Lincoln and Omaha. Its capital is Lincoln.


Adams Antelope Arthur
Banner Blaine Boone
Box Butte Boyd Brown
Buffalo Burt Butler
Cass Cedar Chase
Cherry Cheyenne Clay
Colfax Cuming Custer
Dakota Dawes Dawson
Deuel Dixon Dodge
Douglas Dundy Fillmore
Franklin Frontier Furnas
Gage Garden Garfield
Gosper Grant Greeley
Hall Hamilton Harlan
Hayes Hitchcock Holt
Hooker Howard Jefferson
Johnson Kearney Keith
Keya Paha Kimball Knox
Lancaster Lincoln Logan
Loup Madison Mcpherson
Merrick Morrill Nance
Nemaha Nuckolls Otoe
Pawnee Perkins Phelps
Pierce Platte Polk
Red Willow Richardson Rock
Saline Sarpy Saunders
Scotts Bluff Seward Sheridan
Sherman Sioux Stanton
Thayer Thomas Thurston
Valley Washington Wayne
Webster Wheeler York