Archeological history of Almaty. Saki tribes and uisuni tribes, tumuli. Turkic burials.
Today’s Almaty is the Kazakhstan's largest metropolis, scientific and educational, cultural and historical, economic and financial, banking and industrial center of the country.
Almaty (Kazakh: Алматы), Kazakhstan's former capital, is the scientific, cultural, historical, financial and industrial center of Central Asia.
The history of Almaty - general events in city life, history of south capital of Kazakhstan.
Following independence, the city's name was altered again, amended in 1993 by the Supreme Council of Kazakhstan from Alma-Ata to Almaty, to reflect more closely the historical name of the original...
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Almaty, Almaty Province, Kazakhstan. 1854 - Russian Verny Fort built. 1870s - Panfilov Park laid out. 1871 - Population: 12,000. 1884 - Synagogue established. 1887 - 9 June: Earthquake. 1907 - Ascension Cathedral built. 1910 - Population: 24,798.
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The Worldhotel Saltanat Almaty Hotel, one of the finest Almaty hotels, is located in the historical and cultural heart of the city, just walking distance from the Central State Museum...
...of Vernyi.There are historical materials about development of architecture, trade, culture, industry
Almaty is truly Kazakhstan’s cultural capital. Its historical museums offer an extensive history of the country from its taming of the steppes to the construction of its world-class capital. Almaty’s array of...