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Land Area 2,699,700 km2
Water Area 25,200 km2
Total Area 2,724,900km2 (#9)
Population 18,360,353 (#62)
Population Density 6.80/km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $469.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $25,700
Currency Tenge (KZT)
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  • Coat of Arms:

    Flag of 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.
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This page was last updated on April 7, 2017.

Kazakhstan Trivia

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 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 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

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 is the Capital of Kazakhstan?

Located on the Ishim River's bank, Astana is the capital city of Kazakhstan.

What Is The Capital Of Kazakhstan?

What Kind of Government Does Kazakhstan Have?

Kazakhstan is a presidential republic where the President, the head of state, nominates the head of government.

What Type Of Government Does Kazakhstan Have?

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