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Kazakhstan is located in the continent of Asia and covers an area of 2,699,700 square kilometers of land and approximately 25,200 square kilometers of water, which makes it the eighth largest country in the world with a total area of 1,724,900 square kilometers, and Kazakhstan became independent in 1991 AD after gaining its sovereignty from Russia, and its population 17,522,010 people, and Kazakhstan shares its borders with five countries: Russia, Turkmenistan, China, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan.
Tourist places in Kazakhstan
The city of Astana
Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan since 1998 AD, as this city boasts a mixture of architecture with old Soviet buildings, in addition to future creations by foreign architects, and is a site planned by the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, and it is a famous site It includes the Bayetek Tower (English: Bayterek), nicknamed “Chupa Chup.” The city also owns the Khan Shater Center, which represents modern architecture and draws attention when illuminating the interior with bright colors at night.
These lakes are located in the southern part of Kazakhstan, and it consists of three successive water bodies surrounded by mountain peaks located along the border with neighboring Kyrgyzstan, and tourists can visit these areas for hiking throughout the region, and stay in basic and comfortable huts, in addition to camping, riding Horse, trout fishing.
The Grand Canyon stretches along the banks of the huge Charyn River, and stretches for 446 km while its width reaches nearly 80 km. 300 meters, in addition, visitors can enjoy seeing the distinctive natural rock carvings in Wadi Al Qalaa.