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Akmola region

Akmola region is an agricultural and industrial region. The enclave, surrounded by the territory of the region, is the capital of Kazakhstan Astana, which is not administratively included in the region. The administrative center since 1999 is the city of Kokshetau. It borders on the west with Kostanay, in the north - with North Kazakhstan, in the east - with Pavlodar and in the south - with Karaganda regions. Akmola region occupies the western outskirts of the Kazakh folded country between the Ulytau mountains in the south-west and the Kokshetau heights in the north. The general slope of the terrain is from east to west. In the same direction the middle part of the Akmola region crosses the valley of the Ishim River, turning steeply to the north not far from the western border of the region.

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State national nature park 'Burabai'

Akmola region

State national nature park 'Burabai' was organized in August 2002. In the park there are 14 lakes with a mirror area of more than 1 square kilometer each and a large number of small lakes. The most extensive and famous lakes are Big and Small Chebache, Shchuchye, Borovoye and Maybalyk. In Borovoye there are no monuments of material culture. But the very nature of a combination of majestic mountain landscapes, blue mirror lakes, coniferous forests and deciduous groves has created unique and incredible beauty of natural landscapes.