A report on Kazakhstan

Approximate extent of Scythia within the area of distribution of Eastern Iranian languages (shown in orange) in the 1st century BC
Cuman–Kipchak confederation in Eurasia circa 1200. The Kazakhs are descendants of Kipchaks, Nogais and other Turkic and medieval Mongol tribes
Ural Cossacks skirmish with Kazakhs (the Russians originally called the Kazakhs "Kirgiz")
Map of the Kazakh Territory in 1903
Stanitsa Sofiiskaya, Talgar. 1920s
Young Pioneers at a Young Pioneer camp in Kazakh SSR
The International Conference on Primary Health Care in 1978, known as the Alma-Ata Declaration
The Monument of Independence, Republic Square, Almaty
Satellite image of Kazakhstan (November 2004)
The Kazakh Steppe is part of the Eurasian Steppe Belt (in on the map)
Karaganda Region
Kazakhstan map of Köppen climate classification
Corsac fox
Ak Orda Presidential Palace
Parliament of Kazakhstan
Nur Otan Headquarters in Nur-Sultan
President Nazarbayev with U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in 2012
President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev with 
Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2019
Member states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO)
Kazakhstan Republican Guard
A Kazakhstan Sukhoi Su-27
Downtown Nur-Sultan
GDP per capita development, since 1973
A proportional representation of Kazakhstan exports, 2019
Aktau is Kazakhstan's only seaport on the Caspian Sea
A map of Kazakhstan's imports, 2013
Kazakhstan has the largest proven oil reserves in the Caspian Sea region.
Grain fields near Kokshetau
Map of Kazakhstan railway network
Train 22 Kyzylorda – Semipalatinsk, hauled by a Kazakhstan Temir Zholy 2TE10U diesel locomotive. Picture taken near Aynabulak, Kazakhstan
Borovoe, view from Mount Bolectau
A ski resort in Almaty
Astana Expo 2017 "Nur Alem" Pavilion
Almaty
Trends in research expenditure in Central Asia, as a percentage of GDP, 2001–2013. Source: UNESCO Science Report: 2030 (2015), Figure 14.3
Group of Kazakhstan physicists in collaboration with Uzbek researchers working at the ion accelerator DC-60
Baikonur Cosmodrome is the world's oldest and largest operational spaceport
Population pyramid, 2020
Central Asian ethnolinguistic patchwork, 1992
Kazakhstanis on a Lake Jasybay beach, Pavlodar Region
Ascension Cathedral in Almaty
Khazret Sultan Mosque is the biggest mosque in Kazakhstan
Kazakh National University of Arts
A Kazakhstan performer demonstrates the long equestrian heritage as part of the gala concert during the opening ceremonies of the Central Asian Peacekeeping Battalion
Kanysh Satpayev, one of the founders of Soviet era metallogeny, principal advocate and the first president of Kazakhstan Academy of Sciences
1965 Soviet stamp honouring Kazakh essayist and poet Abai Qunanbaiuly
Nowruz on stamp of Kazakhstan
A-Studio was created in 1982 in Almaty, then called Alma-Ata, hence called "Alma-Ata Studio"
Astana Arena opened in 2009
Nikolai Antropov
International Astana Action Film Festival, 2010
Timur Bekmambetov, a notable Kazakh director

Transcontinental landlocked country located mainly in Central Asia and partly in Eastern Europe.

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Bukhara under siege by Red Army troops and burning, 1 September 1920

Basmachi movement

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Uprising against Russian Imperial and Soviet rule by the Muslim peoples of Central Asia.

Uprising against Russian Imperial and Soviet rule by the Muslim peoples of Central Asia.

Bukhara under siege by Red Army troops and burning, 1 September 1920
Flag of the Basmachi Movement
The Tashkent Soviet's building in 1917
Emir Sayeed Alim Khan of Bukhara (1880–1944), the last Emir of Bukhara.
Negotiations with Basmachi, Fergana, 1921
Turkestan front, 1922
Soviet Central Asia in 1922
Habibullah Kalakani pictured with his followers in Afghanistan, gave a safe haven for Basmachi fighters

This caused the Central Asian revolt of 1916, centered in modern-day Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, which was put down by martial law.

The Baikonur Cosmodrome's "Gagarin's Start" Soyuz launch pad prior to the rollout of Soyuz TMA-13, 10 October 2008.

Baikonur Cosmodrome

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The Baikonur Cosmodrome's "Gagarin's Start" Soyuz launch pad prior to the rollout of Soyuz TMA-13, 10 October 2008.
A U-2 spy plane photograph of R-7 launch pad in Tyuratam, taken on 5 August 1957.
A Soyuz rocket is erected into position at the Baikonur Cosmodrome's Pad 1/5 (Gagarin's Start) on 24 March 2009. The rocket launched the crew of Expedition 19 and a spaceflight participant on 26 March 2009.
A Soyuz TMA-16 launch vehicle being transported to launchpad at Baikonur in 2009.
Buran at Baikonur Museum

The Baikonur Cosmodrome (Байқоңыр ғарыш айлағы, ; Космодром Байконур, ) is a spaceport in an area of southern Kazakhstan leased to Russia.

Silk Road extending from Europe through Asia. Overland routes are red, and the maritime routes are blue.

Silk Roads: the Routes Network of Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor

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UNESCO World Heritage Site which covers the Chang'an-Tianshan portion of the ancient Silk Road and historical sites along the route.

UNESCO World Heritage Site which covers the Chang'an-Tianshan portion of the ancient Silk Road and historical sites along the route.

Silk Road extending from Europe through Asia. Overland routes are red, and the maritime routes are blue.
Bingling Temple Grottoes

The corridor spans China, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and includes 33 new sites and several previously designated heritage sites.

Serıkbolsyn Äbdıldin, party leader from 1996 to 2010

Communist Party of Kazakhstan

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Serıkbolsyn Äbdıldin, party leader from 1996 to 2010

The Communist Party of Kazakhstan (Қазақстан Коммунистік партиясы, Qazaqstan Kommunistık Partiasy, QKP; Коммунистическая партия Казахстана) is a banned political party in Kazakhstan.

Senate of Kazakhstan

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The Senate of Kazakhstan (Qazaqstan Parlamentınıñ Senaty, Қазақстан Парламентінің Сенаты) is the upper house of two chambers in Kazakhstan's legislature, known as the Parliament (Parlamenti).

A 'bred back' Heck Horse, said to resemble the now-extinct Tarpan

Domestication of the horse

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A number of hypotheses exist on many of the key issues regarding the domestication of the horse.

A number of hypotheses exist on many of the key issues regarding the domestication of the horse.

A 'bred back' Heck Horse, said to resemble the now-extinct Tarpan
Replica of a horse painting from a cave in Lascaux
Equus caballus germanicus front leg, teeth and upper jaw at the Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin
The early stages of domestication were marked by a rapid increase in coat color variation.
Chariots of Ramesses II and the Hittites in the Battle of Kadesh, 1274 BCE
A Luristan bronze horse bit
Depiction of a mounted warrior from the Pazyryk burials, c. 300 BCE

Discoveries in the context of the Botai culture suggest that Botai settlements in the Akmola Province of Kazakhstan are the location of the earliest domestication of the horse.

Ural Mountains

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A fragment of von Herberstein's map
Verkhoturye in 1910
Wooded Ural Mountains
Map including the Ural Mountains
Yugyd Va National Park
Ural Mountains in summer
A mine in the Ural Mountains, early colour photograph by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky, 1910
Wooded Ural Mountains in winter
Chusovaya River
Cloudberry
Mount Iremel
Mount Iremel
Mount Iremel peak
Mount Yamantau
View from mount Yamantau second peak (Bolshaya Yamantau)
Forest around mount Yamantau
View of the two-peak mount Taganay
Mount Otkliknoy Greben
Taganay national park
Sunrise on Taganay

The Ural Mountains (Урал тауҙары, Ural tauźarı) or simply the Urals, are a mountain range that runs approximately from north to south through western Russia, from the coast of the Arctic Ocean to the river Ural and northwestern Kazakhstan.

Abul Khair Khan

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Stamp of Kazakhstan devoted to Abul Khair Khan, 2001 (Michel 316)

Mirza Abū'l-Khair Mūhammed Khan bin Qājı Abdūllah Sultan (, ميرزا أبو الخير محمد خان بن حاجي عبد الله سلطان, romanized: Myrza Äbılqaiyr Mūhammed Han bin Qajy Abdūllah Sūltan), more commonly known by his short name Abū'l-Khair Khan (1693–1748) was leader of the Kazakh Little jüz in present-day western and central Kazakhstan.

Coat of arms of the Kazakh Armed Forces

Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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Coat of arms of the Kazakh Armed Forces
The facade of the defence ministry.
Regional Commands of Kazakhstan
Air Force bases of Kazakhstan.
A hall in the National Defense University featuring national symbols as well as a photo of its patron, Nursultan Nazarbayev, in full dress uniform.
Cadets of the Military Institute of the Kazakh Ground Forces march in the 2015 Moscow Victory Day Parade.

The Armed Forces of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Қазақстан Республикасының Қарулы Күштері, Qazaqstan Respublikasynyñ Qaruly Küşterı, Вооружённые силы Республики Казахстан) is the unified armed forces of Kazakhstan.

Lake Zaysan

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A road near the coast of Lake Zaysan
Lake Zaysan

Lake Zaysan (Зайсан көлі, Zaısan kóli, زايسان كؤلئ, ; Зайсан нуур, Zaisan nuur, en: Noble lake; Озеро Зайсан, Ozero Zajsan;, Xiao'erjing: جَىْصْا پْ; ) is a freshwater lake, ca. 1,810 km² (700 mi²), in eastern Kazakhstan, in a hollow between the Altai and the Tarbagatai Mountains.