Central Asia’s largest tourist complex opens in Turkestan, Kazakhstan.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting 24.kz, the inauguration ceremony of the complex was attended by the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan. The complex is located in an area of 20 hectares in the tourist area of Hazrat Sultan and an amphitheater has been provided by traders and artists of the Silk Road, for holding horse racing competitions, oriental bazaars, hotels and restaurants. There is a canal around it which is intended for holding theatrical programs.
The complex is considered to be the most important place for pilgrims in Kazakhstan after the tomb of Khawaja Ahmad Yasawi.