Astana: Kazakhstan’s Capital City

October 5, 2018

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Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre

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Lovers Park

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Nurzhol Boulevard

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Nur Astana Mosque

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Architecture around Nurzhol Boulevard

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Baiterek Tower

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From the Khan Shatyr to the Baiterek Tower at Night

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Presidential Palace

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Kazakhstan Central Concert Hall

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Palace of Peace and Reconciliation

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Hazrat Sultan Mosque

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Ishim River

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The Older Part of the City

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Kazakhstan Visa Requirements

 

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To and From the Airport

 

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To and From the Railway Station

 

The first thing you need to find out is which station does your train depart from as Astana has two stations.

 

 

Photo Journal

 

There are always more photos to be shared but sharing them all on this journal page will just make it look cluttered so if you want to see more photos for inspiration, check out my Flickr “Kazakhstan-2018” album.

 

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