Palace of Peace and Reconciliation (Pyramid)
Symbol of national cohesion and tolerance
What is the first country that comes to mind when you hear the word "pyramid"? Of course, it is Egypt! However, Kazakhstan has its own association with this word - the Palace of Peace and Reconciliation. The exceptional building, built by renowned British architect Norman Foster, includes a conference room, a concert hall, an art gallery, and much more. It is impossible not to notice that it will surely steal the attention of visitors - an amazing decor from a variety of different panels, as well as very entertaining interior solutions. Here, for the first time, a grandiose Congress of Leaders of World and Traditional Religions was held, which was initiated by the President of Kazakhstan to resolve the issue of conflicts on religious grounds.
Being a symbol of friendship between peoples and tolerance, the light of the "Pyramid" shines even at night, concentrating the radiance in one upper point and personifying the desire for national unity.