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Rivers of Karkaraly park.

Unique nature of Kazakhstan.

“It is untrue that equality is a law of nature. Nature has no equality; its sovereign law is subordination and dependence” 

Luc de Clapiers de Vauvenargues.

Sights of nature of Karaganda region.

The most significant forest river is Karkaralinka. It originates from two sources from the eastern ridges of the mountains. The left and more full-flowing branch of the keys includes the Big and Small Karkaralinka, merging together within the city boundaries, and the right logs dry up in the summer near the Big Shchuchye Lake.
Their common channel is called - Kurozek - Sukhoi Klyuch. After the confluence of both sources, Karkaralinka also receives the left-side tributaries of the Tulkuli and Tasbulak. Crashing into the low hills of Karamurla and Saryzhal, this river rushes to Lake Karasor.
From the spurs of the Komsomolsky peak, the Kengir stream begins, heading strictly east along the Kabanya valley. Behind the village of Komissarovsky, around the powerful outcrops of granite, the water stream turns sharply south and is called the Karasu River.
After 20 km. Karasu flows into the freshwater lake of Soltankopa. The Zharly river is a high-flowing river with a fast current, flows along the western slopes of the Karkaraly mountains, flows into Lake Karasor.

Advertising booklet of Karkaraly National Park, 2003.

Alexander Petrov.