Overview of holidays and many observances in Kazakhstan during the year 2020.
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Kazakhstan may be the 9 th biggest country in the world but it doesn’t have too many major cities with the majority of the population dotted throughout their vast countryside. Although the President moved the Capital to Astana 15 years ago, the cultural and financial centre remains in Kazakhstan’s biggest and most important city, Almaty.The collapse of the USSR opened up the world for me, and every minute I remember and am aware that the world is open. Peter Bares, Estonia The collapse of the Soviet Union broke up our whole life. It’s been years since we’ve been able to see our own daughter, who lives in a neighbouring former republic. Boris Kuzmin, engineer, Kyrgyzstan In spite of the fact that materially I’m much.Latest travel advice for Kazakhstan, including how to stay safe during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and information on returning to the UK.
Central Asia is so much easier than it sounds. The region is huge, but the interesting countries and attractions are concentrated in the South East corner (it is easy and sensible to ignore most of Steppe filled Kazakhstan and desert filled Uzbekistan, along with less interesting, desert filled and visa headache Turkmenistan (no comment necessary for Afghanistan)).Read More
All the latest breaking news on Kazakhstan. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on Kazakhstan.Read More
The creation of the CIS was preceded by a long history with coups and the latest attempts to preserve the USSR. It seems that at that moment no one believed that the great Soviet power would fall apart. The same was shown by the referendum as of March 17, 1991, at which 76.4% of respondents spoke for the preservation of the Union.Read More
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If you happen to visit thecapital of Kazakhstan - Nur-Sultan, at least for a few days, be sure to exploreits surroundings. Only in a few hours’ drive, you can visit the northernmosthabitat of pink flamingos or enjoy trekking or rock-climbing among the beautifullakes and mountains covered with pine-tree forests, while staying at one of thespa-hotels.Read More
Description of Kazakhstan holiday, Back in the USSR Discover remote Kazakhstan on this exclusive and unusual small-group tour. The north-eastern corner of Kazakhstan is one of the lesser-visited areas of Central Asia and in the mid-20th century the reason would have been obvious as it was home to the Soviet nuclear testing programme.Read More
Since the very days of Russian influence in Central Asia, many Kazakhs have met their presence with contempt and skepticism. This was furthered during the Soviet years when Russian language, Russian culture, and the power in Moscow took very prominent places in Kazakhstan. While tensions between the two groups were often subtle and barely visible, they erupted violently during the 16 December.Read More
Kazakhstan is located in the heart of the Eurasian continent. Its territory occupies 2, 724, 900 square kilometers (1,049,150 square miles). It is the CIS’ second and world’s ninth largest country. The Kazakhstan territory is larger than the twelve countries of the European Union! Kazakhstan borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Russia. The total length of the.Read More
KAZAKHSTAN Independence declared: 19 December 1991 Population: 15 million Capital: Astana (moved from Almaty in December 1998) President: Nursultan A. Nazarbayev (chairman of the Supreme Soviet from 22 February 1990, elected president 1 December 1991) Country profile Timeline: VIEWPOINTS Since the collapse of the Soviet Union a lot of bad things have happened to me.Read More