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This new, thoroughly updated third edition of Bradt's Kazakhstan remains the only guide available dedicated solely to the world's ninth largest country. This new edition covers all the most recent developments, including an updated history section, additional cultural coverage, more practical information to make independent travel easier, and the most up-to-date and relevant maps. Kazakhstan is more accessible than ever: tourist visas are no longer required and there are now numerous direct flights and connections from Europe. Tourist infrastructure has also significantly improved over the past few years and there are faster trains connecting east to west and north to south, as well as many options for internal flights. Kazakhstan is a modern country with a profound appreciation of its roots, numerous petroglyph sites with ancient rock art as well as the remains of Silk Road settlements testify to its varied history. The country offers a curious mix of Soviet nostalgia and architecture combined with the latest technology: Kazakhstan has better 4G coverage than Germany, France or Italy. For visitors, there are excellent opportunities for active tourism such as skiing, hiking, rafting, horse riding or simply gazing into the endless steppe. Bradt's Kazakhstan is indispensable for discovering this extraordinary country, a place that is as geographically diverse as its cultural mix: around 130 different ethnic groups calls Kazakhstan home. From snow-covered peaks with excellent skiing opportunities and hiking trails through river valleys to the secluded lakes of the Tian Shan Mountains, to endless semi-desert steppes and then on to the blue waters of the Caspian, Bradt's Kazakhstan is a perfect companion for all travellers, from nature lovers to cultural explorers, teenage backpackers to family groups.

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Kazakhstan
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kazakhstan. History of Kazakhstan, Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, Government of Kazakhstan, Geography of Kazakhstan, Economy of Kazakhstan, Energy policy of Kazakhstan, Foreign relations of Kazakhstan, Military of Kazakhstan, Demographics of Kazakhstan, Religion in Kazakhstan, Education in Kazakhstan, Sport in Kazakhstan, Culture of Kazakhstan, Kazakh cuisine, Music of Kazakhstan, Kazakh wedding ceremony, Media of Kazakhstan, Transport in Kazakhstan, Outline of Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan
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This new, thoroughly updated third edition of Bradt's Kazakhstan remains the only guide available dedicated solely to the world's ninth largest country. This new edition covers all the most recent developments, including an updated history section, additional cultural coverage, more practical information to make independent travel easier, and the most up-to-date and relevant maps. Kazakhstan is more accessible than ever: tourist visas are no longer required and there are now numerous direct flights and connections from Europe. Tourist infrastructure has also significantly improved over the past few years and there are faster trains connecting east to west and north to south, as well as many options for internal flights. Kazakhstan is a modern country with a profound appreciation of its roots, numerous petroglyph sites with ancient rock art as well as the remains of Silk Road settlements testify to its varied history. The country offers a curious mix of Soviet nostalgia and architecture combined with the latest technology: Kazakhstan has better 4G coverage than Germany, France or Italy. For visitors, there are excellent opportunities for active tourism such as skiing, hiking, rafting, horse riding or simply gazing into the endless steppe. Bradt's Kazakhstan is indispensable for discovering this extraordinary country, a place that is as geographically diverse as its cultural mix: around 130 different ethnic groups calls Kazakhstan home. From snow-covered peaks with excellent skiing opportunities and hiking trails through river valleys to the secluded lakes of the Tian Shan Mountains, to endless semi-desert steppes and then on to the blue waters of the Caspian, Bradt's Kazakhstan is a perfect companion for all travellers, from nature lovers to cultural explorers, teenage backpackers to family groups.

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Kazakhstan
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kazakhstan. History of Kazakhstan, Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, Government of Kazakhstan, Geography of Kazakhstan, Economy of Kazakhstan, Energy policy of Kazakhstan, Foreign relations of Kazakhstan, Military of Kazakhstan, Demographics of Kazakhstan, Religion in Kazakhstan, Education in Kazakhstan, Sport in Kazakhstan, Culture of Kazakhstan, Kazakh cuisine, Music of Kazakhstan, Kazakh wedding ceremony, Media of Kazakhstan, Transport in Kazakhstan, Outline of Kazakhstan

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Modern Kazakhstan
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Against the backdrop of its mineral wealth, Kazakhstan has been touted a Central Asian tiger state. In contrast to most other Central Asian countries, it was able to evade civil war and large-scale bloodshed and to assume a leadership position which won international recognition and respect. At the same time, the country could not evade the global financial crisis and its human rights record is far from being immaculate. This volume analyses the economic, political and social dynamic of modern Kazakhstan as seen by insiders and Western experts. Their opinions converge on the assumption that there are hard times ahead but that Kazakhstan has the potential to weather the storm.

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Kazakhstan Travel Guide
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikivoyage or other free sources online. Kazakhstan is the largest landlocked country and, as the world's ninth biggest country by area, is the largest of the former states of the former Soviet Union apart from Russia itself. It has borders with Russia, China, and the Central Asian countries of Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, which it dwarfs. Its lack of significant historical sites and endless, featureless steppe repel as many visitors as are captivated by the emptiness and mystery of this goliath state. Kazakhstan is the richest country in the region due to its large oil and natural gas reserves and is also the largest in Central Asia. This book offers information on Kazakhstan and its most notable places.

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Modern Kazakhstan
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Against the backdrop of its mineral wealth, Kazakhstan has been touted a Central Asian tiger state. In contrast to most other Central Asian countries, it was able to evade civil war and large-scale bloodshed and to assume a leadership position which won international recognition and respect. At the same time, the country could not evade the global financial crisis and its human rights record is far from being immaculate. This volume analyses the economic, political and social dynamic of modern Kazakhstan as seen by insiders and Western experts. Their opinions converge on the assumption that there are hard times ahead but that Kazakhstan has the potential to weather the storm.

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Kazakhstan - Culture Smart!
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Culture Smart! Kazakhstan explains how to avoid cultural gaffes when out and about in the country. Giving the historical, political and cultural background, the guide reveals how to read body language and be aware of potential pitfalls in communication.

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Kazakh in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan
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This volume presents the results of the project “Kazakh – Its structure and function in post-Soviet Kazakhstan”. The project was unique in so far as for the first time the Kazakh language was the subject of a scientific project in a Western country. The aim was, on the one hand, to provide a snapshot of Kazakh as it is spoken and written in contemporary Kazakhstan, and, on the other, to analyze Kazakh in its sociocultural context. Linguists from Kazakhstan, Germany, China, Turkey and Sweden came together at the Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen to discuss current issues on Kazakh. The papers presented in this context cover language planning, language contact, language and identity, latinization of the alphabet, terminology as well as varieties of Kazakh.

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