Nur-Sultan is the capital city of Kazakhstan. The city acquired its present name on March 23, 2019, following a unanimous vote in Kazakhstan’s parliament. It was named after Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of Kazakhstan
The Burabay National Park is a natural park located in the Burabay District, in Aqmola Region, Kazakhstan, near Nur-Sultan. The park was selected as one of the top 10 tourist destinations in Kazakhstan.
Buiratau National Park or Buyratau National Nature Park was created in 2011 to preserve a unique transitional zone between dry steppe and semi-arid forest ecosystems of the Central Uplands of Kazakhstan.
The total area of Karkaraly National Park is 90,323 hectares, of which, 40,341 hectares are forested. The park is divided into three sections: the mountain section, the Karkaraly section, and the Kent section.
The Karkaraly aka Karakalinskiye Mountains are rather low, they are a part of the Kazakh Hillocky area, their highest point is Komsomolsky Peak (1,403 m). Komsomolsky Peak is considered to be a part of Zhirensakal mountain
Korgalzhyn Nature Reserve in Kazakhstan’s Akmola Region was established in 1968 for the preservation of the pink flamingo, a rare migratory bird whose northernmost nesting spot is at Tenghiz Lake inside the reserve.
The Kokshetau Hillocky is located in the north of the country. It occupies the northwestern part of the huge Kazakh Hillocky. This low mountain ridge with projecting rocks has a length of 400 km, and its width reaches 200 km.
Barak Kol is a lake in Ulytau District, Karaganda Region, of central Kazakhstan between the mountains Gora Akdongul and Gora Baygetobe. Köl is the word for lake in Turkic languages, and Baraq was a khan of the Chagatai Khanate
Tengiz Lake is a saline lake in north-central part of Kazakhstan. Its eastern shore is deeply indented and includes the Tengizi Islands. Lake Tengiz is an important wetland site for birds. It is a part of a Ramsar wetland site of international importance,
Lake Kobeituz or Lake Kobeytuz is a salt lake in Kazakhstan. It is located at an altitude of 253 meters above sea level, on the territory of the Ereymentau District of the Akmola Region, northeast of the city of Ereymentau.
Betpak-Dala or Betpaqdala is a desert region in Kazakhstan. It is located between the lower reaches of the Sarysu River, the Chu River, and Lake Balkhash. In the north, near the 46°30’ parallel, Betpak-Dala borders on the Kazakh
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