4 A Visit To Akorda, Presidential Palace Of Kazakhstan

A Visit To Akorda, Presidential Palace Of Kazakhstan

Posted on March 13, 2012 by kulichik

According to the results of an opinion poll, many people would like to see what the Akorda Presidential Palace, Kazakhstan, looks like from the inside. Today we'll see who else works there except President and what is seen by foreign delegations who visit the place.

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The first brick was laid in September 2011 but the palace opened officially three years after that, on 24 December 2004. During construction of the palace Presidential residence was located in the building that used to belong to the former regional Communist party commission. Now President moved into the Palace and the former building embraces a museum now.

Akorda has become an official residence in the history of independent Kazakhstan. The first one was situated in Almaty and was considered as the only one before the capital was transferred to another place. The building has 5 above ground storeys and 2 underground storeys.


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4 Responses to “A Visit To Akorda, Presidential Palace Of Kazakhstan”

  1. too much vodka says:

    “Borat House”

  2. USSR says:

    Nazarbayev’s lavish and very expensive YURTA…Unfortunately it is the same all over former USSR. Instead of taking care of impoverished population these dictators erect palaces for themselves and their henchmen. :(

  3. BORДT says:

    It is the house of the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan!!
    Very Naice! I Like!!

  4. bob denard says:

    Kazakhstan NATO member ?? no.

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