There is considerable topographical variation within Kazakhstan. The highest point is the top of the mountain Khan Tengri , on the Kyrgyz border in the Tian Shan range, with an elevation of 7, m 23, ft above sea level; the lowest point is the bottom of the Karagiye depression at m ft below sea level, in the Mangystau province east of the Caspian Sea. Most of the country lies at between — m — ft above sea level, but Kazakhstan's Caspian shore includes some of the lowest elevations on Earth. The peak Khan Tengri in the Tian Shan Mountains and on the border with Kyrgyzstan and China is Kazakhstan highest elevation at 6, m 22, ft 7, m 23, ft with ice cap. Many of the peaks of the Altay and Tien Shan ranges are covered with snow, year-round, and their runoff is the source for most of Kazakhstan's freshwater rivers, streams, and lakes. Except for the Tobol , Ishim , and Irtysh rivers the Kazakh names for which are, respectively, Tobyl, Esil, and Ertis , portions of which flow through Kazakhstan, all of Kazakhstan's rivers and streams are part of landlocked systems.
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Essay on People's Republic of China and Kazakhstan | Bartleby
The climate of Kazakhstan is sharply continental. The continental climate of Kazakhstan is manifested in a number of its features. These include: a large difference between winter and summer temperatures, dry air, a small amount of precipitation in most of the country, long harsh winter and short summer in the North, short winter and hot summer in the South. The slope of the earth's axis is the reason that different amounts of sunlight fall on different parts of the Earth. The geographical position of Kazakhstan in the latitudinal respect corresponds to the Mediterranean countries with humid subtropical climate, and Central Europe, which has a moderately continental climate. Since our country is located in the center of a large continent Eurasia, the climate is characterized by a sharp continental. Since the country is at a considerable distance thousands of kilometers from the oceans and seas, their mitigating impact on the climate is negligible.
Geography of Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is nominally a presidential republic, although according to many observers, it was a dictatorship under the previous president. The current president is Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, the hand-picked successor of former leader Nursultan Nazarbayev, who had been in office since before the fall of the Soviet Union and had been accused of regularly rigging elections. Kazakhstan's parliament has a member senate and a member Majilis, or lower house.
I want to tell you about my homeland. My homeland is Kazakhstan. Kazakhstan is an independent Republic. It is situated in the Central Asia. Its population, is 16 million.