Memorials / Tributes, Las Vegas

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  • indian danse
    indian danse
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  • Grand canyon - hualapai nation land
    Grand canyon - hualapai nation land
    by eternel2002
  • some houses of the Hualapai people
    some houses of the Hualapai people
    by eternel2002
  • getting a tattoo

    by steve702 Written May 1, 2011

    my name is steve and i spent alot of time looking for a good tattoo shop and tattoo artist one name kept coming up Derek Rubright at Chrome Gypsy Tattoo his work is amazing i dont know why you would go to anyone else

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    Hualapai nation

    by eternel2002 Updated Feb 6, 2006
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    The grand canyon west is the land of the Hualapai nation, if you arrive here you will get the chance to know more about these people and their customs, visit some of their ancient houses and learn about their life style.

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    The King is Alive!

    by draguza Written Aug 9, 2005
    He is always alive..

    When in Vegas it is quite common, as a tourist attraction, to meet an Elvis look alike or "impersonator "at events, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries,parties, restaurants, etc.to pay tribute to this wonderful evergreen artist

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    In honor of Siegfried and Roy

    by goingsolo Written Jun 14, 2004

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    This plaque outside the Mirage honors performers Siegfried and Roy for the long standing show. The Siegfried and Roy show was closed permanently after Roy Horn was attacked on stage by one of the white tigers used in the show.

    The animals from the show are now located in Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden at the Mirage, and the white tigers are on display in a separate area in the hotel.

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    New York - New York Tribute

    by toontraveller Written Apr 10, 2004
    In memory

    After the terible events of 9-11 it's incredible how human emotion can show it's self. At the New York New York resort, Las Vegas visiting firemen began to show their support for those lost in the tragedy by creating their own tribute. They began to hang up shirts from their own fire depertment along the railings of the hotel some with messages and some just plain. When I was last out there plans were being made to make this a permanent tribute.

    Amongst the glitz and glamour of Vegas this is a very moving tribute.

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    A touching tribute to the 9/11 heroes and victims

    by goingsolo Written Jun 14, 2004

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    This plaque was placed in front of the New York New York hotel in honor of those who died tragically on September 11th.

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