Brief information about the Astana
It had been renamed after the Kazakh president, Nursultan Nazarbayev to Nur-Sultan.
It stands in the Akmola Region administered individually with a special status, on the banks of the Ishim River in the northern portion of Kazakhstan. A 2017 official quote reported a population of 1,029,556 over town limits, which makes it the second-largest city in the nation, supporting Almaty, the funds from 1991 to 1997.
Akmola (from 1998 Astana and out of 2019 Nur-Sultan) became the capital of Kazakhstan in 1997 and since that time has developed economically into one of the most modernized cities in Central Asia. Following a unanimous vote in the parliament of Kazakhstan , About 23 March 2019, the city has been renamed Nur-Sultan.
Modern Nur-Sultan is a planned city, much like planned capitals. Its shape changed, When it became the capital of Kazakhstan. The Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa made Astana's master program. As the Government of Kazakhstan's chair, Nur-Sultan is the website of the Ak Orda Presidential Palace, the Supreme Court, the Parliament House and government departments and agencies.
It's home to hotels, numerous buildings and skyscrapers.