Kazakhstan, a Central Asian nation and previous Soviet republic reach out from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains at its eastern outskirt with China and Russia. Its biggest city, Almaty, is a long-standing exchanging center point whose historic points incorporate Ascension Cathedral, a tsarist-period Russian Orthodox Church, and the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan, showing a huge number of Kazakh antiquities.
Kazakhstan is authoritatively a fair, mainstream, unitary, protected republic with a differing social legacy. Kazakhstan imparts the outskirts to Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. The landscape of Kazakhstan incorporates flatlands, steppe, taiga, shake ravines, slopes, deltas, snow-topped mountains, and deserts. Kazakhstan has an expected 18 million individuals starting in 2014. Given its huge land territory, its populace thickness is among the most reduced, at under 6 individuals for every square kilometer (15 individuals for each sq mi). The capital is Astana, where it was moved in 1997 from Almaty, the nation's biggest city.
It shares peripheries of 6,846 kilometers (4,254 mi) with Russia, 2,203 kilometers (1,369 mi) with Uzbekistan, 1,533 kilometers (953 mi) with China, 1,051 kilometers (653 mi) with Kyrgyzstan, and 379 kilometers (235 mi) with Turkmenistan. Real urban areas incorporate Astana, Almaty, Karagandy, Shymkent, Atyrau, and Oskemen. While found essentially in Asia, a little segment of Kazakhstan is likewise found west of the Urals in Eastern Europe.