Kazakhstan Destinations

Almaty region
Almaty Region is a region of Kazakhstan, located in the southeastern part of the country, with a population of 2,059,200. Its capital is Taldykorgan city, which has a population of 175,200.
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Central part of Kazakhstan
The region was the site of intense coal mining during the days of the Soviet Union and also the site of several Gulag forced labor camps.
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Northern part of Kazakhstan
The national structure also varies considerably between the rural and urban areas. In urban Petropavlovsk, Russians constitute 60.40% of the population, while in Ualihanovsky,
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Southern part of Kazakhstan
The Syr Darya passes through the region, on its way to the Aral Sea. Also, an oil pipeline runs from Turkmenabat, Turkmenistan to Omsk,
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Eastern part of Kazakhstan
The region occupies a very diverse range of geographic and climatic regions with the Altai Mountains in the east and the eastern margins of the Kazakh Steppe in the west of the region
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Western part of Kazakhstan
The region borders Russia and is near the Ural Mountains. The Ural River is the border between Asia and Europe and flows from Russia to the Caspian Sea through the region, meaning western West Kazakhstan is in Eastern Europe.
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