National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Didn't you have enough art? Then you need to go to the National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is the largest in the country. The museum is divided into several halls: the hall of ancient and medieval history, the hall of history, the hall of ethnography, the hall of Independent Kazakhstan, the hall of Nur-Sultan, two halls of gold, the hall of modern art and an exhibition hall where exhibitions of foreign artists and artists are held.

The Kazak Eli Square is located next to the museum. Various events are periodically held here - open air with the participation of foreign and Kazakh artists, military parades and many others.

The Hazret Sultan Mosque, one of the largest mosques in Asia, is located on the square. The colossal building resembles an oriental palace, and more than 1,500 builders and craftsmen took part in its construction, who jointly created the most beautiful architectural monument of Nur-Sultan.