Museum, Conference Hall, Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Interesting ideas of the capital buildings surprise not only the guests of the city, but also its residents themselves. So, for example, the "Nazarbayev Center" impresses with its entertaining design: the center, built according to the design of the British architect Norman Foster, is presented in the shape of an eye directed into the sky. This eye personifies the internal force and vital energy of Kazakhstan.
Layout of the "Nazarbayev Center" allows to hold various public events with up to 500 visitors. The building has a gallery dedicated to the concept of "Mangilik El"("Eternal Country"), the concept which was created during the centuries of the formation of the historical culture of Kazakhstan.
The idea of the work of the "Nazarbayev Center" is as follows:
- improvement of the modern information space
- encouraging people to study the history of the state
- preserving the cultural heritage of the President
- expanding knowledge about Kazakhstan all over the world.