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Kokshetau
Kokshetau

Kokshetau , formerly known as Kokchetav (Russian: Кокчетав, until 1993) is the administrative center of Aqmola Region, northern Kazakhstan. Population: 135,106 (2009 Census results); 123,389 (1999 Census results).

Kokshetau Airport
Kokshetau Airport

Kokshetau International Airport (IATA: KOV, ICAO: UACK) (Kazakh: Halyqaralyq Kókshetaý Áýejaıy) is an international airport in Akmola Region, Kazakhstan. It is the primary international airport serving Kokshetau, and also the nearest airport to the Burabay National Park.

Kokshetau National Park
Kokshetau National Park

Kokshetau National Park features the unique landscape, archaeological sites, and recreational opportunities of the Kazakh Uplands of Northern Kazakhstan. Located in the transition zone between the Siberian taiga (to the north) and the southern steppes, the terrain is an "island" of forests, lakes, and mountains surrounded by steppe.

Atyrau
Atyrau

Atyrau , known as Guryev (Russian: Гурьев, pronounced [ˈɡurʲjɪf]) until 1991, is a city in Kazakhstan, and the capital of Atyrau Region. It is located at the mouth of the Ural River on the Caspian Sea, 2,700 kilometres (1,700 miles) west of Almaty and 351 kilometres (218 miles) east of the Russian city of Astrakhan.

Atyrau Region
Atyrau Region

Atyrau Region formerly known as Gur'yev (Russian: Гурьевская Область, Gur'yevskaya Oblast), is one of the regions of Kazakhstan, situated in the west of the country around the northeast of the Caspian Sea. Its capital is the town of Atyrau, with a population of 142,500 people; the region itself has 480,000 people.

Atyrau Airport
Atyrau Airport

ATMA Atyrau Airport ; (IATA: GUW, ICAO: UATG) is an airport located 8 km (5.0 mi) northwest of Atyrau, Kazakhstan. It is the lowest commercial airport in the world at 22 m (72 ft) below sea level.

Atyrau Airways
Atyrau Airways

Atyrau Airways was an airline based in Atyrau, Kazakhstan. It operated scheduled and chartered passenger flights within the CIS and to destinations in Europe out of its base at Atyrau Airport, using a fleet of four Tupolev Tu-134A aircraft.