The flag of Kazakhstan was officially adopted on June 4, 1992.
After seceding from the former Soviet Union (USSR), Kazakhstan hoisted its former flag, a rectangular breadth of blue color with the sun in its center surrounded by 32 beams, and a steppe eagle soaring beneath.
The hoist side features a vertical strip with a national ornamental pattern with images of the sun, beams, eagle and ornament - are gold-colored.
Kazakhstan Coat of Arms:
Adopted on June 4, 1992, the emblem of Kazakhstan is composed of a shanyrak (the image of the upper dome-like portion of a yurt) centered, and two mythical horses against a blue background.
The shanyrak is a symbol of well-being of family, peace, and calmness, while the circular shape represents life and eternity.
|Land Area||2,699,700 km2|
|Water Area||25,200 km2|
|Total Area||2,724,900km2 (#9)|
|Government Type||Presidential Republic|
|GDP (PPP)||$469.00 Billion|
|GDP Per Capita||25,700$|
Trending on WorldAtlas
The Most Dangerous Cities in the World
The Largest Countries in the World
The 10 Smallest Countries In The World
The Deadliest Mass Shootings In History
Countries With The Highest Rates Of Firearm Related Deaths
29 Largest Armies In The World
Murder Rate By Country
The Richest Countries In The World
The Poorest Countries In The World