Steppes, lakes, mountains, the ancient Silk Route, Timurid Empire sites, and rock carvings are all part of the heritage of the nation of Kazakhstan.
Kazakhstan, officially known as the Republic of Kazakhstan, is the largest landlocked country in the world situated in eastern part of Europe and Central Asia. It covers an area of approximately 1.1 million square miles making it the ninth largest country in the world with a population of 18 million. Kazakhstan is endowed with a number of cultural and natural wonders which, over the years, have been designated by the UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. The list of such sites is provided below:
UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Kazakhstan
Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor Of The Silk Road Routes
The Chang’an-Tianshan Corridor is approximately 3106 miles long and spans through three countries China, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan.