The city of Omaha in Nebraska posters
Whenever you get put on hold with a company in America, there is a good chance your call is headed straight for Omaha.
Nebraska is the home to a lot of call centers. This is due to the fact that during World War II, the government relocated
their Strategic Air Command center to Omaha. As a result, Omaha’s telecommunications infrastructure was developed into
one of the fastest and most secure in the nation. Nebraska posters like Omaha Nebraska City Map even look like a map of
communication if you stare at it too long. This work of art comes in a variety of colours, making it a welcome accessory
in decorating your residential, corporate or recreational space. Omaha was also a very important place in the growth of
the United States of America, as the first transcontinental railroad was built from Omaha to Sacramento, California. The
building of the railroad brought prosperity to Nebraska's farms because it opened new markets for the crops grown there.
Nebraska's name comes from an Omaha or Otos Indian word "nebrathka," which means "broad water" or "flat river."
"Nebrathka" was the Indian name for the Platte River, the state's principal river. The other, more official, nickname of
The Cornhusker State, came from the nickname of the University of Nebraska's football team, which refers to the state's
primary crop, and from cornhusking contests that were once held each fall in rural communities. American football is like
a religion to this state, maybe you can even catch its most famous venue for this type of sport in Nebraska posters such
as Omaha Nebraska City Map or one of the motifs in the set of Lincoln Nebraska Skyline. There is plenty to see in both
these wonderful cities, with Omaha being called Gateway to the West and Lincoln as the Steak Capital of the World, among
a couple more nicknames. Both are represented in Nebraska posters with great detail and interesting hues.
Nebraska posters of Lincoln
The low cost of living in Lincoln combined with numerous family activities, restaurants, and bustling nightlife make for
a very high quality of living. Its roads are constructed in a grid, making it easy to navigate and if you are green-
minded, there are bike trails all over the city to get around on easily and guilt-free. The Nebraska State Capitol
dominates the skyline in Lincoln, with its 15 floors above ground and 400 feet height. You can view this magnificent and
remarkable building in Nebraska posters such as Lincoln Nebraska Skyline. This batch of Nebraska posters comes in
different colours, making it a versatile decoration tool, no matter if it is for your domicile or place of work.