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Kazakhstan… A tourist destination for holidays and adventures
It seems that the hands of change did not mess with the nature of this charming country, but still It preserves its own charm as a natural painting painted by God and no one has been allowed to change even a small detail in it, beaches adorned with greenery, and the depths of a rich and diverse seas that provide for those who wish to dive the world less and dense forests and rich in rare wildlife forms. This country is almost never denied its right because of its magnificence, which cannot be described in words and its distinctive charm, which is not abbreviated as a title.
Kazakhstan are not much different from Central Asian countries, However, it carries with it the advantages of distinguishing it from others, making it a unique place, Kazakhstan November Amazing nature, a country of lakes, mountains, forests, natural cisterns and large natural gardens.
It is a holiday destination and offers a corridor to many Central Asian countries, an important milestone on the Silk Road, with a unique cultural heritage and a rich heritage and ancient archaeological sites. Kazakhstan is part of the Silk Road and has common borders with Russia, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, China and the Caspian Sea.
Tourists arrive in the country in the months of May to mid-October. The first station is the capital of Astana, about 1318 km from the former capital of Almaty. In 1830, the Caucasian forces constructed military fortifications in the area. In 1862, Akmolinsk, at the crossroads of China, Russia and Central Asia, became a major trading hub in the region.
Kazakhstan, a Central Asian republic, is located at the crossroads of different cultures and civilizations, embracing more than 100 nationalities, the most prominent of which are Alkzgh and Russians, and the two main religions are Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
The population of this country is about 16 million (by the opening of the nun not by breaking it) 65% of them are Muslims, of whom the Kazakh form 55% and the remainder of different nationalities, with thousands of lakes and rivers 50,000 lakes and 85,000 river according to a government statistic, the Kazakh and residents eat horse meat and drink their dairy, as they drink Milk and camels (they are the last), and they have two-hump apple
Kazakhstan has three time-bound zones, three linked to one climate: there are mountain slopes where forests are concentrated, with no forests, sub-Saharan and desert. The Altai and weathering-shan mountain ranges, which comprise eastern and south-eastern borders, limit heat and humidity.
It is a country rich in natural resources, with sophisticated manufacturing and agriculture. The country’s main exports are oil, wheat and meat. In addition to being a major export, meat is part of a popular meal. The folk eaters are the Becharmak, which consists of lamb, horse meat and dough. A medicinal drink, the milk of horses, has medicinal properties where the pain of the chest and intestines is treated.
Kazakhstan is located in north Central Asia and partly in Eastern Europe (east of the Ural River), the country of Sabasp, formerly inhabited by Nomadic Knights, was annexed in stages to the Russian Empire and then the right of the Soviet Union, which has been independent since 1991. In the early days of the modern era, Turkish-Kazakh nomads, fishermen and cattle breeders whose social traditions are based on the tribal and clan tradition that have continued to this day, have been inhabited by these conflicting lands between the Chinese and Russian civilizations, which ended with alliances and military clashes to direct rule Of Moscow.
The Almaty Charming City
Almaty is one of the largest cities in Kazakhstan with a population of 1 million and a quarter of a million people, the former capital, founded in 1854 as a military fortress, and is a commercial, financial and cultural centre, boasting its restaurants, hotels and museums. Its national museum informs visitors about the history of Alkzgh, and there are several suites with ancient monuments. The Banflov square is worth a visit because it contains Russian churches built with wood, without nails, and is built into the 19th century. Almaty is the main tourist area, stretching from the city of Almaty to Lake Belkhach. It is known as the “Samergy” or the Seven rivers (Ziticci in the traditional language) in which the Silk Road passes. The region is one of the largest geographically diverse regions of Kazakhstan. Zetisi is renowned for its unique geographical nature in its attraction for centuries. There are many rivers that stem from its mountains, stretching in the form of pearl necklaces that end in beautiful oases. The Big River here is “to me,” which begins its journey from China in the west, forms the Kabachagi stream, and then pours into Lake Belkhach. One day it was part of the Silk Road. The Almaty area is a desert area, but it also has permanent snow and greenery. One of its attractions is the Medio, the world’s largest mountain water sports tourism complex in winter, with a 1,700-metre ski slope. Skiing here is not a stop for specialists but also for learners. It is a recreational complex that calculates all tastes, there are plenty of horses, beautiful hotels, and swimming pools in summer, as well as restaurants and cafes. It is also the place to meet people, because the Maata people enjoy these facilities which are not a stop for tourists.
Alma Ata is the largest city with a population (8.21% of the country’s population), Alma Ata, the old capital, and today is one of Kazakhstan’s most important commercial, economic and financial cities. Literally means “August apples”, and in the surrounding areas there is an unmatched genetic diversity in the wild circles, separating Alma Ata and the Chinese territory of the mountains created by Nur Sultan Nazarayev Astana after Kazakhstan’s independence to become the capital of the country since 1998, instead of the border city of Alma Ata. In the local language “Alma Ata” means the word “apples”, the origin of this label is due to the Apple farms that surround the city and cover its mountains in green and red, and located at a height of 1,000 meters above sea level, which gives it a moderate weather-as described by its visitors-although there are no sunny beaches or ash Palm groves are not a tourist flock, and the mild weather and the beauty of rural nature make Alma Ata an ideal spot for comfort and relaxation.
Alma Ata is one of the most attractive cities for those looking for some adventure (mountain climbing) and relaxation and whatever the purpose of your visit, you will always enjoy the scent of the distinctive greenery surrounding the place, and due to its geographical location, the city knows only the summer and winter, but despite This gives you a chance to sunbathe in winter or ice skating for eight months a year, and Alma Ata is characterized by magic, natural beauty and wild tranquility that holds you away from the hustle and bustle of life in other cities.
Alma Ata is not devoid of ancient civilization, as it lies in the middle of the great Silk Road, a network of roads that have travelled several continents and connects the island of Java in South-east Asia to China and then to Somalia in Africa to the end of Europe through Egypt.
Until 1997, Alma Ata was the capital of Kazakhstan, and although it is no longer the capital, it is still the largest city in the country in terms of area and population where it is inhabited by 1.5 million people, if you are looking for a new style of entertainment other than sandy beaches and holidays of a European or American character, Alma Ata offers you a unique and memorable life experience. Alma Ata is located at the foot of the Mount Tian Shan massif and is surrounded by mountains from almost every side, and although some of these mountains are not suitable for climbing because of their rocky cliffs and rugged nature, there are other mountains that fit this arduous sport, and whether you are a climbing For mountains like a hobby on weekends, or you are a professional of the sport and looking behind for heroism and personal glory, Alma Ata is the place you are looking for. The famous mountain peaks of Alma Ata “Talger”, Komsomol, the great Alma Ata Summit and Cook Topi, the Green Summit, are now known as the “TV Tower” and can only be reached by cable cars and are among the favourite places of the fanin, as they overlook the location Alfred Ali is a panoramic view of the greenery studded with red Luan, while waving from a distant view of the rivers, which intersect on its way to the city and to the north the slopes of mountains with the forests of fir trees, and the most famous mountains in this area “Tian Shan Fair” is a high altitude and steep mountain, and in the south The natural plantations are spread over the mountains and are mostly made up of seasonal forests and cranberry trees. Wadi Charrin is the most famous valley in this region, with a length of 80 kilometers and 700 kilometers from Alma Ata, known in one of its parts as “Wadi al-Castles” because of its exquisite rock formations, This valley was part of an ocean in prehistoric times, and there are still fossils of marine organisms, as well as other fossils of wolves, elephants and rhinoceros animals that lived in this region for millions of years. Other valleys that are no less beautiful in this area are the “Valley of the Monsters” who gained this name For its rock formations that take the forms of legendary monsters, one of the most famous rock blocks in this valley is a rock resembling three siblings climbing from the bottom of the valley, and another rock resembling a camel descends into the valley. The Red Valley is unique and serves as a natural reserve and has many forms of animal and plant life, along with some amphibians, reptiles, lizards, and rare spiders. The city is home to the Alma Ata, with its many green parks, interspersed with mountainous rivers. A few meters away from its main buildings and streets, these rivers flow from the high mountains in the rainy season and accumulate in Lake Balkash, where two rivers flow towards Alma Ata, the big and small Alma Atanka. The architectural character of the city is simple, and in terms of planning Urban, the Alma Ata takes the form of a vast rectangular area connected by a network of intersecting streets, and surrounds its limbs a series of mountain roads. One of the most famous streets in the city centre is Gogol and Formov, and the theatre Square is renowned for its beauty, as it has gardens, fountains and statues next to the theater building built in an antique architectural style. The hotel “Kazakhstan” is located within walking distance, the highest building in the country with a height of 701 meters. The Russihumen Cathedral is a landmark in Alma Ata, the Cathedral of Ascension (Russian Cathedral), a 54-metre-high wooden building held between 1904 and 1907 and a year 1911 PM for a massive earthquake, his strength was reported to be 10 degrees on the Richter scale. The largest mosque in Alma Ata was built in 1999 on the ruins of an old building, which accommodates 3,000 worshippers, making it the largest mosque in Central Asia. The walls of this mosque are white marble and polished coloured bricks, with a 70-metre-high, 36-metre height and a 47-metre-high minaret. Mido is the most popular skating ring in Alma Ata, with an industrial ice yard operating throughout the year, located in the mountains at a height of 1700 meters above Sea level. From the center of the city, take the Dotic Road (formerly known as the Lenin Road) to its end, where you will find a small river on the banks of a narrow road, a great place to spend quiet times, but if you are looking for adventure, you can bathe in the water of the river and it is cold to freezing all times of the year. University and if Set off on the boulevard “Timmersiv” through the Samal Microrijon area until you reach the street “Dustek”, you will see one of the oldest buildings in Kazakhstan, there after the intersection and next to the new bank “The Old City Sports hall, which is now the headquarters of Alma Ata State University, this was established The building in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, a traditional model of earthquake-resistant buildings, a low-base building with thick red stone walls, built on a pattern known as the “Russian colonial style” and on the left of the building is an ancient gate of red stone not Lead to a certain place, but it is a souvenir of the ancient city of Alma Ata, behind which is a restaurant called “at the old gate” and spread in this area of small-leaf elm trees and in the summer, their branches intertwine and darken on the streets and roads, and on the opposite side of the road The twenty-eight guard park is from the Panvilov Ensemble, formerly known as the “Municipal Park”, an old wooden building erected in 1908 to serve as a residence for army officers, used as a military barracks for the Russian Army, and in 1980, it was renovated and transformed into a museum of machinery. Musical. Subsequently, the Russians erected a huge building called “the officer’s mansion” for military and non-military purposes, and it contains a music hall, a gymnasium, a library, several restaurants and study halls equipped with venues for training lectures and workshops. Al-Hurrith Road was the most famous route in Alma Ata is known by the name of Gorky Street, but this name has now changed to the “Silk Road” to commemorate the original Silk Road that was passing through the city, and the cars and transports are not currently allowed to walk on this street, which is transformed into an entertainment center, where there are places for marketing, cafes and restaurants. And graphic galleries open. The “Atik B” Street connects the Silk Road to the twenty-eight guard park, and the old cinema, the art house and Citibank Bank are located on this street. Also branched from the Silk Road is Kolash Basituva, a legendary opera singer who lived from 1912 to 1957, and the buildings on this street are characterized by European and tetoni style and the world-name stores are scattered.
Wadi Malaya Ataka
The other attractive place is the dam in the Malaya Ka Valley, which has protected the city from the silt that the flood has brought in more than once. Today, tourists climb up to 830-degree terraces that reach the bank and give them a comprehensive and spectacular view of the skyline of the sky. Some stay there at night, while others accept a cursory vision. To the east of Almaty, Issik lies at the edge of the mountains. This town is small, built and has many gardens. There is 15 km from the centre located Lake Issyk. It is one of the Jewels of Tyne Shan, the preferred place of rest. The country is famous for its colorful mountain rocks. Tamgali Valley, the most famous in the region, is located in the area of the Anrakai mountains. A lot of colorful rocks are located in the entrance of the valley.
416 Frozen Rivers There are 416 glaciers in this region, covering an area of 510 square kilometres (197 square miles). Kazakhstan or Kazakstan is a large country, with an area of approximately 3 million kili (km) (by the way there are many kinds after kilo.. Km.. Kilo grams.. Kilo Hill any kilohertz right-a-dial-money-radios). Another attractive landmark near Almaty is the water cistern at Cap Chagai, the largest in Kazakhstan, with an area of 100 km in 25 km. It is the favourite place to swim in summer and to enjoy the sun. The northern side is where houses and rest places are. The… 1439 km is the favourite place for adventure tourism, especially small boats and fishing. The sands that are sung are also another landmark in Kazakhstan. It is located 182 km south-east of Almaty on the right bank of the river Ali. The friction that causes the movement of dry sand atoms creates electrical charges in the atoms and makes them fluctuate. The sound can be heard thousands of kilometres away.