Districts - An area or region, especially one forming an administrative or geographical unit.

Ref: 84586/2006-08-20

In some cities, there may be a specific area or neighborhood that is commonly referred to as the "casino district" because it contains a high concentration of casinos or other gambling establishments. Examples of cities with a designated casino district include:

  1. Las Vegas, Nevada: The Las Vegas Strip is a 4.2-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard that is home to many of the city's largest and most famous casinos, such as the Bellagio, the Venetian, and the MGM Grand.

  2. Atlantic City, New Jersey: The Boardwalk and Marina districts of Atlantic City contain many of the city's casinos, such as the Borgata, the Tropicana, and the Golden Nugget.

  3. Macau, China: The Cotai Strip is a stretch of reclaimed land in Macau that is home to many of the city's largest and most luxurious casinos, such as the Venetian Macao, the City of Dreams, and the Wynn Palace.

It's important to note that while the casino industry can be a significant economic driver for a region or city, it can also have negative social and economic impacts, such as increased problem gambling, crime, and addiction. Therefore, the development and regulation of casinos should be carefully considered and monitored by local and national governments.

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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Districts

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