Ozerny pass is a high mountain pass located in Zailiysky Alatau, between Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. The pass its an elevation of 3.520m above the sea level, surrounded with picturesque views.
Roads in Kazakhstan are in poor repair, especially in rural areas. Poor signage is common. Street lighting, especially on side streets, may be turned off at night. Drivers often ignore lane markings. Potholes are common, and are often dangerously deep.
Short curvy mountainous road in the Katonkaragay District of the East Kazakhstan Province, with a length of 60.5km. This unsealed road climbs the Lake Markakol and the Marble Pass.
M51 is a long federal highway in Siberia, Russia, part of the Baikal Highway, with a total length of 1496 km. This route starts in Tyumen and Chelyabinsk and ends in Novosibirsk. This route crosses through Kazakhstan.
The Baikal Highway is a federal highway in Russia, and includes the M51, M53 i M55 roads. The length of the route is 4,501 km (2,797 mi) and crosses some parts of Kazakhstan.
Kantubek was a town on Vozrozhdeniya Island (co-owned by Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan) in the Aral Sea. Once the site of laboratories and testing for the Soviet Union's Microbiological Warfare Group, the deserted island is now abandoned and contaminated by anthrax, smallpox, plague, and more. Rusted out boats litter the arid landscape as a result of the drying out of the Aral sea.The town is still found on maps, but is usually uninhabited, and lies in ruins today.
M32 is a main highway in Kazakhstan, with a total length of 2046km. The road starts in the border with Russia and after 40 hours driving, the road ends in the border with Kyrgyzstan. The surface of the road is asphalt, gravel, and sand.
Short high mountain dirt track with a length of 9.0km, going through the Ile-Alatau National Park and the Tuyksu Gorge, in Kazakhstan.
A351 is a mountainous sealed road with a length of 335km in Almaty Province in the southeast of the Kazakhstan, going through several mountain passes.
High mountain road, with a total length of 22.5km, winding uphill to Dzhusaly-Kezen Pass, Big Almaty Lake and Tian Shan Scientific Station for Observing Space Particles. The road is located in Karasay District, Kazakhstan. The track has paved and unpaved sections, and climbs up to Dzhusaly-Kezen Pass, at an elevation of 3500m above the sea level.
The Semipalatinsk Test Site ("The Polygon") was the primary nuclear testing site for the Soviet Union. It's about 150 kilometres west of the town Semey (named Semipalatinsk until 2007). From 1949 to 1989, the Soviet Union conducted 456 nuclear tests here, 116 of them above-ground. (Surface testing was eventually banned in 1963).