About KZ


Kazakhstan is the world's largest landlocked country, located in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Russia to the north, China to the east, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan to the south, and the Caspian Sea to the west.


The capital city of Kazakhstan is Nur-Sultan (formerly known as Astana).


As of the latest estimates, Kazakhstan has a population of approximately 19.3 million people.


Kazakhstan covers a total land area of about 2.7 million square kilometers (1.05 million square miles), making it the ninth largest country in the world by land area.

Official Language

The official language of Kazakhstan is Kazakh, a Turkic language, while Russian is also widely spoken and used in government and business.


Kazakhstan is a presidential republic, with the President serving as the head of state and government. The President is elected by popular vote for a maximum of two five-year terms.


Kazakhstan declared its independence from the Soviet Union on December 16, 1991.


The currency of Kazakhstan is the Kazakhstani tenge (KZT).


Kazakhstan has a mixed economy with a strong focus on natural resources, particularly oil, natural gas, and minerals. It is one of the world's leading producers of uranium, and it also has significant agricultural and industrial sectors. The country has pursued economic diversification efforts, including investments in infrastructure, technology, and renewable energy.


Kazakhstan has a rich cultural heritage influenced by its nomadic and Turkic roots, as well as its history of Russian and Soviet influence. Traditional Kazakh culture includes music, dance, cuisine, and crafts, such as felt-making and embroidery. The country is also known for its hospitality and celebration of national holidays and festivals.


The majority of the population in Kazakhstan is Muslim, predominantly Sunni, but there are also significant Russian Orthodox Christian and other religious communities.


Kazakhstan's landscapes are diverse and include vast steppes, deserts, mountains, and lakes. The country is home to the Altai Mountains, the Caspian Sea, and the expansive Kazakh Steppe, which is one of the largest dry grassland regions in the world.


Kazakhstan has an extensive transportation network, including railways, highways, and air travel. The country serves as a key transit hub for trade and transportation between Europe and Asia.

This anthem celebrates Kazakhstan's independence, unity, and pride while expressing love and dedication to the country and its people.
The national anthem of Kazakhstan is called "Meniñ Qazaqstanım" in Kazakh, which translates to "My Kazakhstan" in English. Here are the lyrics in Kazakh along with an English translation:

Менің қазақстаным, тәуелсіз елім,

Сенің ең сүйікті елің, елім!

Бірлігі жарасқан, туған жерім,

Менің еркін, елім, еркін! 

Қарсы алғандағы еркіндік сөзімізді,

Айтар еліме көктемді қоюымыз.

Ұрпақ мұрасына тап бірлік пен ұстам,

Қазақстаным, елім, еркін! 

Табын ғана жоғары, жырықтық маңын,

Құдіреті шешен, ұлы даланым!

Біздің еркініміздің қазақтық дамуын,

Қазақстаным, елім, еркін!

My Kazakhstan, my native land,

My love and my aspirations,

You are always with me, in my heart,

My free and independent land!

We will glorify you, with deeds and words,

We will respond to your call,

We are dedicated to the great cause of unity,

My Kazakhstan, my land, my independence!

You are the pride of the people, the land of abundance,

Your power has opened the way for us,

We will increase your wealth and glory,

My Kazakhstan, my land, my independence!

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