|Population||1,961,504 people (2020)
|Time zone||Central: UTC -7/ -6|
Nebraska (in English: Nebraska) is a state in the USA, whose zip code is NE, and the capital is Lincoln. Nebraska has a population of 1,920,076 (2017). The total area of Nebraska is 200,329 km², of which 196,844 km² is land and 1,244 km² is water (0.6%).
Nebraska is bordered by South Dakota to the north, Iowa to the east, Missouri to the southeast (across the Missouri River), Kansas to the south, Colorado to the southwest, and Wyoming to the west.
- La Vista
- Mac Cook
- South Sioux City
According to Countryaah, Nebraska consists of 93 counties:
- Scotts Bluff
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- Red Willow
- Box Butte
- Kia Paha
|Highness height||358 m|
|Population||258,379 people (2010)
|ZIP code||68501–68510, 68512, 68514, 68516–68517, 68542, 68531–68532, 68526–68529, 68520-68524, 68583, 6851, 6850|
|Telephone code||402, 531|
Lincoln (in English: Lincoln) is a city and the capital of the state of Nebraska in the USA. Lincoln has a population of 258,379 (2010) and a total area of 195.20 km² (75.40 mi²). Lincoln is the county seat of Lancaster County. Lincoln was founded in 1856 as the village of Lancaster.
It is located in the southeastern part of Nebraska in a hilly area. It stands on the border between continental and semi-desert climates with dry and cold winters and hot summers.
Born in Lincoln
- James Valentine (b. 1978), musician
- Brandon Sanderson (b. 1975), writer
- Hilary Swank (b. 1974), actress
- Dick Cheney (b. 1941), politician