Monuments

Monument-bust to the writer and poet Sabit Mukanov

Sabit Mukanov (1900 – 1973) was a classic of Kazakh literature, academic writer, public figure, chairman, deputy of the Supreme Council of the Kazakh SSR of 5 convocations. Prize winner of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR named after Ch.Ch. Valikhanov (1966), State Prize of the Kazakh SSR named after Abay (1968). He […]

Monument to Nurgisa Tlendiev

Nurgisa Atabayevich Tlendiev (1925-1998) was a Kazakh composer, conductor, dombrist, teacher. People’s Artist of the USSR (1984). People’s Hero of Kazakhstan (1998). Akhmet Zhubanov considered his first and main teacher: “Zhubanov taught me everything: to love and understand folk and classical music, taught me to work and find joy from creativity, taught me to love […]

The Kulyash Baiseitova Memorial

Kulyash Zhasynovna Bayseitova (1912-1957) was a Soviet Kazakh opera singer (lyric-coloro soprano) and dramatic actress. Laureate of two Stalin Prizes of the second degree (1948, 1949). The youngest owner of the People’s Artist of the USSR title (1936) for all the years of its assignment. Baiseitova’s natural musical talent manifested itself early. She memorized and […]

Monument-bust to Abay Kunanbayev

The monument-bust to Abay Kunanbayev (1845-1904) – the great Kazakh poet, philosopher, educator, the founder of the new Kazakh written literature and literary language is established in honor of the 175th anniversary of the poet in 2020. Author – T. Binasi. The hymn to humanism and faith in the boundless possibilities of the people, proclaimed […]

Bust monument to the thinker and writer Abu Nasr al-Farabi

Abu Nasr al-Farabi (872 – 950) was one of the greatest representatives of medieval Eastern philosophy, a world-famous thinker, mathematician, music theorist, linguist, botanist, astronomer and physicist. His range of knowledge was very wide – from religion, mathematics and philosophy, to music and politics. The philosopher spent many years in Baghdad– the cultural and political […]