Webcam Nur-Sultan (Astana) - Parking in one of the courtyards
See on webcam Parking in one of the courtyards and watch the weather in Nur-Sultan (Astana)
About webcam "Parking in one of the courtyards" in Nur-Sultan (Astana)
Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan. It is located on the banks of the Ishim River in the northern part of Kazakhstan, within the Akmola region, although it is administered separately from the region as a city with a special status. The 2017 census reported a population of 1,006,574 people within the city, making it the second largest city in Kazakhstan, beyond Almaty. Founded in 1830 as a settlement Akmoly city served as a defensive fortification for the Siberian Cossacks. In 1832, the settlement received the status of a city and was renamed Akmolinsk. March 20, 1961 the city was renamed Tselinograd, to mark the evolution of the city as a cultural and administrative center of the campaign "Virgin-Lands." In 1992 it was renamed to Akmola, a modified original name meaning "white grave". On December 10, 1997, Akmola replaced Almaty with the capital of Kazakhstan. May 6, 1998 it was renamed to Astana, which means "capital" in the Kazakh language. You can see the city from different angles, including a web camera with access to a parking lot in one of the yards. The broadcast is in real time and is available after connection in online mode.