Monthly Archives: April 2009

Panfilov Park, Alamaty Kazakhstan


The name of the Park comes after the heroes of Panfilov. Inside the park, theres a big monument in commemoration of the heroic actions made by 28 Almaty Soldiers who died back in 1941 fighting against Nazi tanks somewhere near … Continue reading

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Monument of Independence of Kazakhstan


Monument of IndependenceMonument of Independence – the main symbol of independence-era Almaty city…Monuments depicts an ancient Saka warrior (“Golden Man”) on top of the winged snow leopard

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Almaty the city of Kazakhstan


Almaty has a rich history. It was originated from a small settlement in the middle of the Great Silk Road. This city experienced rises and falls, was the witness of wars and revolutions, was destroyed and almost moved off the … Continue reading

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Almaty, the city of Kazakhstan


In March 2008 I visited Alamaty, the capital city of Kazakhstan. Almaty has a rich history. It was originated from a small settlement in the middle of the Great Silk Road. This city experienced rises and falls, was the witness … Continue reading

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The History of Kazakhstan


Kazakhstan has a rich past. Its geographical and geopolitical position has played a vital role in promoting the country’s development. Located in the centre of Eurasia, Kazakhstan has long found itself at the crossroads of the world’s most ancient civilizations … Continue reading

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