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  1. Omaha (/ ˈ o ʊ m ə h ɑ / [1]) est la plus grande ville de l’État du Nebraska, dans le comté de Douglas, aux États-Unis. Située dans les plaines centrales du Midwest , à l'est des Grandes Plaines , Omaha occupe la rive droite du Missouri , à environ 375 km à l’ouest du Mississippi .

  2. The tallest buildings in Omaha, Nebraska include towers for Woodmen of the World and the First National Bank of Omaha. Omaha's tallest building is the 634 feet (193 m), 45-story First National Bank Tower. Completed in 1969, the 478 feet (146 m), 30-story tall Woodmen Tower was the tallest until the construction of the First National Bank Tower.

  3. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › OmahaOmaha - Wikipedia

    Omaha è un comune (city) degli Stati Uniti d'America e capoluogo della contea di Douglas nello Stato del Nebraska. La popolazione era di 466 893 persone al censimento del 2017, il che la rende la città più popolosa dello stato e la quarantatreesima città più popolosa del paese .

  4. Under state law, that would have prevented the city's forcible annexation by Omaha. On January 12, 2007, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled in favor of Omaha, saying "…we conclude that Elkhorn ceased to exist as a separate municipality on March 24, 2005, the date that Omaha's annexation ordinance became effective."

  5. James E. Boyd — Mayor of Omaha, 1881-1883 and 1885-1887; seventh Governor of the state of Nebraska; L. Brent Bozell, Jr. — conservative activist and Catholic writer; Marlon Brando — actor [failed verification] Wade Brorby — United States federal appellate judge; Mildred D. Brown — founder of the Omaha Star; Brandin Bryant — football ...

  6. First National of Nebraska had its roots in the construction of First National Bank of Omaha's headquarters building, First National Center, in the 1960s.It was determined that total expenses, including the $2.5 million already paid to Woodmen of the World and adjoining property owners for land, would come to $13.9 million.

  7. Nebraska Furniture Mart (NFM) is a home furnishing store in North America that sells furniture, flooring, appliances and electronics. It is the largest of its kind in North America. NFM was founded in 1937 by Belarus-born Rose Blumkin, who was known as Mrs. B., in Omaha, Nebraska, United States.