6 Sights in Almaty, Kazakhstan (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Almaty, Kazakhstan.List of cities in Kazakhstan Sightseeing Tours in Almaty
1. Ascension CathedralBook Ticket*
The Ascension Cathedral, also known as Zenkov Cathedral, is a Russian Orthodox cathedral located in Panfilov Park in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Completed in 1907, the cathedral is made out of wood but without nails. Its height is 56 meters tall, and is claimed to be the second tallest wooden building in the world.
2. Park of the 28 Guardsmen
The Park of 28 Panfilov Guardsmen is an urban park located in east-central Almaty in the area surrounding the Ascension Cathedral. It is dedicated to and named after the Panfilov heroes which were the 28 soldiers of an Alma-Ata Infantry unit who allegedly died while defending Moscow from the German invasion during the Second World War. The group took its name from Ivan Panfilov, the General commanding the 316th division which, in spite of heavy casualties, believed at that time managed to significantly delay the Germans advance to Moscow, thus buying the time for the defenders of the city. An eternal flame commemorating the fallen of the World War II and the Eastern Front burns in front of the giant black monument of soldiers from all 15 Soviet republics.
3. Центральный парк культуры и отдыха
Central Park, also known as Gorky Park, is an urban park located in the Medeu District of Almaty. The park includes different types of trees such as elm, oak, aspen, maple, pine, spruce, poplar, and birch; artificial water reservoirs, attractions such as a water park, movie theater, sports complex, cultural venues, and public catering establishments. There are also children's attractions, which include a children's railway, an aqua park and other entertainment venues. In 2013, the territory of the Central Park is only 42 hectares, while in 1983, it was over 100 hectares.
4. Дом Офицеров
The House of Officers is a military/cultural building in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It serves troops and other personnel of the Almaty Military Garrison. Currently, the building houses the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, as well as other small organizations. From 1995–2012, the building housed the Central Military Band of the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan. Since November 1993, the building has been part the Almaty State Historical-Architectural and Memorial Reserve.
5. Monument of Independence of Kazakhstan
The Golden Warrior Monument stands on Republic Square in the former capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty. The monument celebrates the independence of Kazakhstan, the identity of its people, and the role of the city of Almaty as capital of Kazakhstan until 1997 when the capital moved to Astana. The statue, a Saka warrior and a barys, stands atop a 91 feet (28 m) tall column.
6. Государственный уйгурский театр музыкальной комедии им. Кужамьярова
The State Republican Uyghur Theater of Musical Comedy named after Kuddus Kuzhamyarov is a theater in the southern capital of Kazakhstan, Alma-Ata, the first and only professional theater of the Uyghur people in the world.
Wikipedia: Государственный республиканский уйгурский театр музыкальной комедии имени К. Кужамьярова (RU)
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