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Went here with my partner. Beautiful place. She has been to Kazakhstan before but I never have. There was a Kazakh woman who gave us a tour. She spoke perfect English. The Palace is beautiful. Glad I went.
A monumental Pyramid shaped building built and completed in 2006 to commemorate the Meeting of Congress of Leaders worldwide and traditional religions. They meet every three years around a round table near the top of the building.
A nice guided tour by a pleasant hostess...More
The city has many interesting and nice places. Unfortunately, this Palace is certainly not one of them. The building is interesting from a distance but a lot of problems are seen at closer look. For example, sidewalks are slowly falling apart. It's a problem to...More
There are many photos of Peace and Reconciliation meetings; all men except one woman in one photo; there was a business meeting (paid commercial use) going on when I was there, so couldn't see everything; gift shop was closed. Didn't seem especially peaceful or reconciliatory,...More
Very strange building both inside and out! The entrance is hard to find and is actually under the level of the pyramid at the side furthest away from the water.
Entry is cheap and you get a 30min tour inside. There is a small cafe,...More
The pyramid of the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation attracts one's attention from far away. The surrounding park undulates with stone and trees the contours of which are more visible in late October. Once inside, one is struck by the feeling that it is bigger...More