Kazakhstan Landmarks

Kazakh “means free, and Stan” means the region; an ancient Turkish designation taken by the people of this republic, and called on the name of their country “free territory”. Asian Republic of Kazakhstan known cultural resources and rich cultural heritage and diverse effects. These Republic reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity coherent, wherein Alqzeih Russian nationalism and nationalism as well, and the main religion is the Islamic religion and Kazakhstan is the largest Muslim country, followed by Christianity, and the lack of Judaism and other religions. Kazakhstan know the 7000 Lake country, and know Bgabadtha dense, mountainous slopes, and effects-rich Islamic. Receives tourists from May until mid-October.

History

Kazakhstan was inhabited since the Neolithic human beings – and they were fishermen and livestock breeders and scientists believed that human history Hindooorobien are the first tamed and used horses and Central Asia was inhabited by indigenous peoples in particular Alskotheon Hindoarah. In the fifth century AD, and probably before that, Astotntha Turkic peoples and have become the majority. In atheist century, the peoples of their income Koman settled plains and then unite with Alagafjaq tribes and formed the Union of Koman and Alagafjaq vast. In this era, it formed the cities of Taraz and Turkestan attended two essential in the Silk Road. Political union of the country began after the Mongol invasion in the thirteenth century and who they established sectors and staged a policy that evolved Epeshkla state known Boukhanat Kazakhs or Alcazachstan. And continued Tagafh nomadic and nomadic cattle and care as a way of life in the hills, and began in the fifteenth century Kazakh independent identity, especially among the Turkish tribes and that the stronger in the sixteenth century, the development of the Kazakh language and culture and the emergence of its economy. The continued clashes princes Kazakhs with Persian-speaking peoples in the south. Kazakh Khanate seized control of the whole of Central Asia and in particular the territory Alcolminin. During this period, the Kazakhs frequent invasions on Russian territory to the captivity of slaves. In the period between the sixteenth and eighteenth century, the Kazakh tribes in control of the areas are joined by Alooaratien tribes. In the early seventeenth century, conflicts between Kazakhs and princes ARD who have divided the country into three regions and the greatest part sweating East and smaller abounded. These conflicts have led, in addition to the decay of ancient global trade of the country, to the weakening of the Kazakh khans. Aloopkyn and took advantage of the situation and seized the semi Mangeshlak Island and Astgmwa the country for two centuries coming.

Landmarks in Kazakhstan

  1. Khan Schutter: Khaimah tent recreational property is the largest of its kind in the world, containing various shopping malls and international brands, built on 100 thousand square meters, and at altitudes of up to 150 meters. Designed by British architect Norman Foster and opened in 2010. The property Khaimah and grainy hand with heads of state, celebrities and people of art.

 

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2. Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi

The Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi (Kazakh: Қожа Ахмет Яссауи кесенесі, Qoja Axmet Yassawï kesenesi) is an unfinished mausoleum in the city of Turkestan, in southern Kazakhstan. The structure was commissioned in 1389 by Timur, who ruled the area as part of the expansive Timurid Empire, to replace a smaller 12th-century mausoleum of the famous Turkic poet and Sufi mystic,Khoja Ahmed Yasawi (1093–1166). However, construction was halted with the death of Timur in 1405.

Despite its incomplete state, the mausoleum has survived as one of the best-preserved of all Timurid constructions. Its creation marked the beginning of the Timurid architectural style. The experimental spatial arrangements, innovative architectural solutions for vault and dome constructions, and ornamentations using glazed tiles made the structure the prototype for this distinctive art, which spread across the empire and beyond.

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3.Kazakhstan Candy Forests; Forests Flooded Lake

Formed lake “Candy” result in 1911 an earthquake, and led to a significant collapse in land area occupy more than 400 meters in the Tien Shan Mountains, and with the fluctuating weather factors and precipitation began this natural formation of fullness with water to form the lake and submerged sunken forests that contain pine trees and others. Look like the tops of trees on the surface of the lake Kalrmah or masts of ships, and in the depth of the lake look like complete their leaves and Khaddarha. You can see the depth of the lake from the mountain; Thanks to the net and clean water that descend from him discover the forest submerged in its bottom, and in the winter ice layer on the surface of the lake enables you to ski or salmon fishing consists. Characterized Berodtha waters of the lake in summer and winter, the degree of water temperature does not exceed six degrees in summer, and still keeps the perennial pine trees more than 100 years.

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4. Kazakhstan The Bayterek Tower

Bayterek: Tree of Life Tower rises from the earth 105 meters high, topped with a golden ball 22 meters in diameter, surrounding a platform overlooking the city, and symbolizes Baaterec tower to the holy life that put on the summit of happiness bird egg, according to the Kazakh Mtheologia tree. It includes tower carved golden embody the right hand of President Nazarbayev and distinctive fish basin is specially designed for this tower.

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5.Kazakhstan Astana Pyramid

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