Unique individual tour for travellers who have short time in Almaty region and wants to see all "Must visit" places of Kazakhstan. During this tour you will see beautiful lakes, canyons, mountains, steppes and you will try Kazakh traditional food and enjoy with nomadic atmosphere!
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dmitri Parkhachev (Russian: , born 2 January 1985) is a footballer who plays for FC Zhetysu in the Kazakhstan Premier League. Parkhachev began his career playing for Belarusian Premier League sides FC Dnepr-Transmash Mahilyow, FC Dinamo Minsk and FC Dinamo Brest. In the summer of 2007, he joined Azerbaijani club Olimpik Baku. The following summer he moved to Kazakhstan, where he would play for FC Vostok, FC Ordabasy and FC Tobol in successive seasons. Parkhachev joined FC Zhetysu in July 2010.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kostyantyn Panin (Russian: ) (born 8 December 1975 in Nikopol) is an Ukrainian midfielder who has recently played for FC Zhetysu in Kazakhstan. A midfielder is an association football position. Some midfielders play a more defensive role, while others blur the boundaries between midfielders and forwards. The number of midfielders a team uses during a match may vary, depending on the team's formation and each individual player's role. The group of midfielders in a team is called the midfield.
For the first time a comprehensive presentation of the development of urban cultures in Central Asia from the Early Bronze Age (around 3000 BC) to the Middle Ages (about 1200 AD) is exemplarily illuminated in this book on the basis of individual research projects. The treated area extends from Turkmenistan to Mongolia and was home to cultures such as the Bronze Age Bactria-Margiana Archaeological Complex (BMAC), the Sogdian of the Iron Age, the early Parthian or various early medieval ones, namely in the Zhetysu ("Seven Stream country") in the southeast of Kazakhstan. The urban civilizations that developed here were closely interrelated, on the one hand, with the cultures of the nomadic ranchers who traversed and inhabited this vast region and, on the other hand, with the more developed neighboring civilizations of the Near East and the Far East. Thus, the region became a diverse exchange zone of cultural and religious influences and also played a major role in the transmission of cultural impulses.The richly illustrated book reflects the contributions of a conference that took place in Bern in 2016 and includes 28 contributions from 50 researchers from 14 countries. The results of many of the excavations presented here will be published in English for the first time. Each article is accompanied by an extensive bibliography and a Russian abstract.