Almaty

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construction history

between 1926 and 1931. Construction history The idea of a railway between Siberia and Russian Turkestan was aired as early as 1886, but it was supplanted by that of a more practicable line (Tashkent Railway) between Tashkent and Orenburg in the Urals. On 15 October 1896 the Verny town (Almaty) duma set up a commission to examine the feasibility of building a Turkestan–Siberia Railway. It was expected that the line would facilitate transport of cotton from Turkestan


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long power

) protective fuses . The late-time MHD (Magnetohydrodynamics)-EMP was of low enough frequency to enable it to penetrate long power cable between Aqmola (Astana) and Almaty, firing circuit breakers and setting the Karaganda power plant on fire 4, 1996 *In Almaty


national food

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simple quot

Tsoi in the Soviet Union, Bilan attempted to reach Eurovision previously with the song "Not That Simple" in 2005, finishing in second place at the Russian national selection. The video for the Russian version of the song was reputably the most expensive in the history of Russia's music industry. In December 2005, Bilan received two golden gramophones for the song "Ty dolzjna ryadom byt'" (The Russian version of "Not That Simple", actually meaning "You


satirical song

, the city of Rennes invited him to participate in the "Voice of Asia" festival due to take place in its newly twinned city of Alma Ata, Kazakhstan (Almaty). Surprised by this invitation, Prigent wrote a satirical song, "Son Alma Ata" (later included on ''Sarac'h'') about the incongruity for a Breton singer to be sent to perform in Kazakhstan. This first concert abroad gave him an opportunity to discover the Kazakh people, then integrated into the Soviet Union


early educational

in the numerous burial mounds (tumuli (Tumulus)) and ancient settlements, especially the giant burial mounds of the Saka tsars. The most famous archaeological finds have been the "Golden man" from the Issyk Kurgan, the Zhalauly treasure, the Kargaly diadem, and the Zhetysu arts bronzes (boilers, lamps and altars). During the period of Saka and Wusun governance, Almaty became an early educational centre.


business intelligence

Templeton Thorp Business Intelligence Report 27 publisher Templetonthorp.com date accessdate 2010-01-23 - 5. 8 June 2005 Almaty, Kazakhstan 0–'''5''' 0–'''6''' 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA) 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification


international past

competition; team mate Alexandre Vinokourov won the combined competition; and the team won the team competition. He secured a professional contract with Festina in 1998 and rode with them until the end of 1999. Kivilev had a modest time


national medical'

(KBTU) * University of International Business * Kazakh National Medical University * Almaty Institute of Power Engineering and Telecommunications * Kazakh National Technical University (KazNTU) * Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazNU) * Suleyman Demirel University (SDU) * KIMEP (Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Strategic Research) * Kazakh-American University (KAU) * Kazakh National Academy of Arts Kazakh National Academy of Arts named

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Almaty

'''Almaty''' ( Despite losing its status as the capital to Astana, Almaty remains the major commercial and cultural centre of Kazakhstan, as well as its largest population center. The city is located in the mountainous area of southern Kazakhstan.

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