Omaha

 

With almost a third of Nebraska’s population US nurses will find that Omaha is easily the dominant urban centre. Nurses living there experience a cost of living lower than the national average, clean air and clear water. Our US nurses report that Greater Omaha is nationally recognized as a great place to live, work and play.

With regard to education US nurses have seen that Greater Omaha exceeds national averages for high school and college graduates. The public school systems are outstanding and there are also many fine private and parochial schools to choose from. Nurses can count on almost a dozen universities and community colleges with sound reputations.

Downtown Omaha has many attractions, statues and even an area called Old Market that contains an open-air shopping center.

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo

The city of Omaha has its own zoo, the latter has a huge glass dome that serves as a desert greenhouse. The zoo also has an IMAX screen to project wildlife movies.

Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari

It is a small animal park that allows to see evolve throughout a car ride of animals (brown bears, bison, wolves) in their natural environment.

The strategic Air and Space Museum

It is a museum about military aviation and the conquest of space. A flight simulator makes it possible to take control of a fighter plane and train in combat. In addition there is also a permanent exhibition traces the history of the space conquest

Holy Family Shrine

It is a chapel with a panorama and incredible architecture visible from the large windows of this one.

 

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