Единство природы и The unity of nature and nomadic culture

 

"Unity of nature and nomadic culture" includes the Akmola and Karaganda regions, the south-western part of the North-Kazakhstan and the western part of the Pavlodar region. The Shchuchinsk-Borovo resort zone will be the center of the cluster. In the future, the cluster can be supplemented with new places of tourist interest included in the UNESCO preliminary list: megalithic mausoleums of Begazy-Dandybaevskaya and Tasmolinskaya cultures.

The cluster will become the center of nomadic culture and diversity of the steppe. The main tourist products that will be developed in this cluster are cultural tourism and tours, rest in the mountains and lakes, short-term and active recreation.

 

The city of Karaganda is an industrial center, an important junction of railway and air routes, a city of high science and culture, a lively point of numerous tourist and excursion routes. The city was founded on February 10, 1934. In terms of its economic, scientific and cultural potential, Karaganda occupies one of the leading places in Kazakhstan, with 471,800 people and representatives of more than 113 nationalities. The city's territory is 497.8 square kilometers.

In Karaganda there are large coal mining enterprises, machine building enterprises, metalworking and food industry. The city has a large number of transport and communications enterprises. It is believed that the city received its name from the common shrub in these places karagan (yellow acacia).

 

Karlag Dolinka was one of hundreds of camps, collectively called GULAG (General Directorate of Camps), which were organized during a period of mass political repression. In the village of Dolinka (50 km south-west of today's Karaganda) was the administrative center of the Karlag.

 

Karaganda Ecological Museum. The Environmental Museum in the city of Karaganda is the only museum of its kind in Kazakhstan and the whole of the CIS. Here you can learn about the history of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site, the Baikonkur cosmodrome and the missile crashes.

 

Spassky memorial. After the Second World War, prisoners of Stalin's camps were joined by foreign prisoners of war (Japanese, Romanians, Germans, Hungarians, Moldovans, Lithuanians and others). Prisoners of war were mainly kept in the Savior Camp Peschan (45 km south of Karaganda). Today, not far from Spassk is a memorial where various states, whose citizens were prisoners of the Karaganda camps, have commemorative signs.

 

The Altintobe field. Approximately 120 km east of the city of Karaganda is one of the few deposits of the unique stone of ashirite-dioptase. Aspirite-dioptase is a purely collectible stone, almost unsuitable for jewelry processing. However, despite this, the mineral has great value for collectors, as it is extremely rare on the globe.

 

The axoran is the highest point of the Kyzylaray mountains and the Kazakh melkosopochnika (Sary-Arka) as a whole, its height is 1565 meters. Kyzylarai mountains are remarkable for their untouched nature, tourists here are very rare visitors. The epithet, which is increasingly used against Aksoran, speaks for itself - "The Roof of the Steppes."

 

The village of Shabanbai-Bi in the mountains of Kyzylaray. Situated at the foot of the highest point of the Kyzylarai Mountains - the Axoran Mountains, the village of Shabanbay Bi is one of the places in Central Kazakhstan where ecotourism based on local communities develops. In the houses of local residents, tourists are offered accommodation, and also with nothing comparable to the opportunity to get acquainted with the simple rural way of life and to taste the dishes of Kazakh national cuisine, such as besblamak, kuardak, pilaf and others.

 

The Independence Stella was opened in 2006. Stella is decorated on four sides with tulparas, meaning the fearlessness of the lion, the vision of the falcon, the physical strength and strength of the bull, the speed, speed and plasticity of the fallow deer, the cunning and resourcefulness of the fox in the fight against enemies. Also you can find national ornaments with colossi ...

 

The Palace of Culture of the Miners is one of the main sights of Karaganda. It was built in 1940, and in 1952 it was put into operation. Almost all important holidays of the country are held here. The palace is a symmetrical composition of three volumes.

 

Monuments of Karaganda. Numerous monuments and monuments of Karaganda are also the sights of the city. The monument to Bukhara zhyrau Kalkamanuly, poet-improviser and adviser to Khan Abylaya, a monument to Abai Kunanbaev - a classic of Kazakh literature and other attractions will be of interest to the guests of Karaganda.

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