About Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is the world's largest landlocked country. It is found in the middle of Central Asia, surrounded by powerful neighbors like China and Russia. However, despite its vast size, the population of Kazakhstan is only 18 million, which gives it one of the world's lowest population densities. The population density of Kazakhstan is around 7 people per square kilometer. A relatively mysterious country to the western world, Kazakhstan is known for its coastline on the Caspian Sea, its stunning steppe, and the mountain ranges that lay around the perimeter of the country. 

Kazakhstan Trivia

Which Is The Most Populous City In Kazakhstan?

With a population of nearly 2 million people, Almaty is Kazakhstan’s most populous city. It houses about 8% of the country’s total population.

Biggest Cities In Kazakhstan

What Kind of Economy Does Kazakhstan Have?

The economy of Kazakhstan is the largest one in Central Asia and is supported by enormous oil reserves, minerals, and metals.

The Economy Of Kazakhstan

What Languages are Spoken in Kazakhstan?

Kazakhstan is a bilingual nation where both Kazakh and Russian are spoken widely in the country.

What Languages Are Spoken In Kazakhstan?

What ethnic groups make up Kazakhstan?

Almost two-thirds of citizens are ethnic Kazakhs, while Russians comprise by far the largest ethnic minority. The Kazakhs are the largest ethnic group, the Russians make up 23.7% of the population, Other ethnic groups include the Uzbeks, Germans and Ukrainians.

Ethnic Groups Of Kazakhstan

What Kind of Reptiles Live in Kazakhstan?

Some of the reptiles that live in Kazakhstan include the Russian tortoise, the meadow viper, and the diadem snake.

Reptiles Of Kazakhstan

What is the majority religion in Kazakhstan?

Islam is the highest religion making up to 70% of the population, followed by Christianity forming 26% and other religions in the minority.

Religion in Kazakhstan

What UNESCO World Heritage Sites are in Kazakhstan?

There are five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Kazakhstan. They are Khoja Ahmed Yasawi Mausoleum, Saryarka Steppe and Lakes of Northern Kazakhstan, Western Tien-Shan, Chang'an-Tianshan Corridor of the Silk Road Routes, and Tamgaly Petroglyphs and Archaeological Landscape .

UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Kazakhstan

What are the major rivers of Kazakhstan?

The Irtysh, Ishim, Syr Darya, Ural, and Tobol rivers are some of the major rivers in Kazakhstan.

Major Rivers Of Kazakhstan