Kazakhstan is the ninth largest state in the world by area. The country is seven times the size of Germany. 17 Million people live in Kazakhstan. It is one of the successor states of the former Soviet Union. Until 1991, Kazakhstan belonged to the Soviet Union and only after its dissolution became an independent state.
Is Kazakhstan a part of Russia?
From east to west, Kazakhstan stretches over 2800 kilometers, which is as far as if you were driving three times from south to north in Germany. From north to south there are 1600 kilometers in Kazakhstan. In Kazakhstan, Spain and Portugal, France, the Benelux countries, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Great Britain and Denmark would have a place at the same time.
Kazakhstan has borders with Russia over 6467 kilometers, with China over 1600 kilometers, with Kyrgyzstan over 980 kilometers and with Turkmenistan over 380 kilometers.
You can see the countries bordering Kazakhstan well on the map. Click on the map above this text, then you will see the boundaries even more clearly. In addition, the country also borders the Caspian Sea with 600 kilometers. If you add up all the borders, you will get over 12,000 kilometers. That’s quite a lot.
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