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Ak Orda residence of president.

Excursion sights of Nur-Sultan.

“To hear never-heard sounds, 
To see never-seen colors and shapes, 
To try to understand the imperceptible 
Power pervading the world; 
To fly and find pure ethereal substances 
That are not of matter 
But of that invisible soul pervading reality. 
To hear another soul and to whisper to another soul; 
To be a lantern in the darkness 
Or an umbrella in a stormy day; 
To feel much more than know. 
To be the eyes of an eagle, slope of a mountain; 
To be a wave understanding the influence of the moon; 
To be a tree and read the memory of the leaves; 
To be an insignificant pedestrian on the streets 
Of crazy cities watching, watching, and watching. 
To be a smile on the face of a woman 
And shine in her memory 
As a moment saved without planning” 

 Dejan Stojanovic.

Walks in vicinities of residence of Ak Orda president od Kazakhstan.

The Akorda Presidential Palace is the official workplace of the President of Kazakhstan, located in the capital city of Nur-Sultan. Akorda Presidential Palace was built within three years, and officially opened in 2004. It was built by the Mabetex group founded by Behgjet Pacolli 3rd President of Kosovo and 1st Deputy Prime Minister of Kosovo.
Situated on the left bank of the Ishim (Esil) River, it is the president’s place of work and houses the staff of the Presidential Administration; it is not the president’s place of residence. The palace includes a blue and gold dome topped with a spire.
This golden statue atop the dome includes a sun with 32 rays at its apex, and also includes a steppe eagle flying beneath the sun. The building's height (including the spire) is 80 meters. The first floor includes a Grand Central Hall, the Hall of Press Conferences, the Gala Hall, and the Winter Garden. 
The second floor includes offices, while the third floor is used for international events, and includes various halls (Marble Hall; Golden Hall; Oval Hall; Oriental Hall, built in the form of a yurt; the Hall of Extended Negotiations). 
The fourth floor includes a Dome Hall, meeting hall for the Government of the Republic, and the Library. The color gold features prominently throughout the complex and twenty-one types of marble were used for the floor patterns.
This palace is the main residence of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. To you will probably not carry to see this "sacred" building from within - there are no tours across the residence of the Kazakhstan president yet.
Except for a virtual tour on the official site of the president. To enjoy magnificence of grandiose architecture you have to remain at distance. The president lives here since the end of 2004 when the new residence of Astana was officially presented to public.
The joint stock company Horde often is considered as a kernel ​​ modern Kazakhstan, with an official explanation of the name that white color in Turkic traditions means sanctity, good and prosperity.

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Authority:
"Astana guide and Akmola region".

Photos
Alexander Petrov.