PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The World Market Center was designed by Jon Jerde. It is the largest showroom complex in the world for the home and hospitality furnishings industry. The first building opened in 2005. Address: 475 S. Grand Central Pkwy.Photo by: CHRIS ROBINSON/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Clark County Government Center was designed by Fentress Bradburn and opened in 1995. The amphitheater is a popular spot for a variety of community events. Address: 500 S. Grand Central ParkwayPhoto by: MISS SHARI/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The massive five-story building on the campus of UNLV features an auditorium, high-definition media facilities, student media laboratories and classrooms and faculty offices. Address: 4505 S. Maryland Pkwy.Photo by: G. TARDED/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
Headquarters for the Neon Museum are located in the former lobby of the La Concha Motel, a space-aged-inspired structure that opened in 1961. Address: 770 Las Vegas Blvd. NorthPhoto by: JULIAN DUNN/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Nevada Supreme Court building opened in March 2017. The building is traditional in design and is topped by a gold dome and
a Lady Justice statue. Address: 408 E. Clark Ave.
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PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Spanish Revival-style casino, El Cortez, opened in 1941. It is the longest-running casino in the city's history and was once owned by the mob. Address: 600 Fremont St.Photo by: TIME ANCHOR/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
Las Academy of the Performing Arts or Las Vegas High School opened in 1930. It is one of the few remaining examples of Art Deco in Las Vegas. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986. Address: 315 7th St.Photo by: JOSE PASADA/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The former Las Vegas Post Office and Courthouse is known as the Mob Museum. The neo-classical structure was built in 1933. Address: 300 Stewart Ave.

 
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PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Luxor is modeled after the pyramids of Egpt. The light beam on top of the pyramid is visible up to 300 miles away. The replica of the Great Sphinx is more than 100 feet tall. Address: 3900 Las Vegas Blvd. South
 
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PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The signature feature of the Fashion Show Mall is The Cloud, a steel and concrete structure that provides shade and a projection space for the mall. Address: 3200 Las Vegas Blvd. SouthPhoto by: DAVID STANLEY/FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Little Church of the West was constructed in 1941 and is one of the oldest buildings still standing in Las Vegas. Cindy Crawford, Angelina Jolie and Judy Garland are among those who were married in the chapel. Address: 4617 Las Vegas Blvd. South
 
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PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The architecture of New York-New York hotel-casino is meant to resemble the New York City skyline in the 1940s. Towers of the hotel resemble the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. The statue of the Statue of Liberty sits in front of the hotel-casino. It opened in 1997. Address: 3790 Las Vegas Blvd. SouthPhoto by: KAI-UWE KNAUF.FLICKR
PHOTOS: Best-looking buildings in Las Vegas
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts opened in 2012. The Neo Art Deco design style was chosen by David M. Schwarz. The 17-story carillon tower contains 47 bells and it is the 1st performing arts center in the nation to be Gold LEED certified. Address: 361 Symphony Place
 
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