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Palace of Peace and Reconciliation

Manasa Av., 57, Astana, Kazakhstan
744 744
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You don't have to take a tour inside. The splendid exterior is all there is to the building. The... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Xinxuan T
via mobile
An unique building

So called the Pyramid was built as a symbol of confessional reconciliation and peace all around the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Astana, Kazakhstan
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Manasa Av., 57, Astana, Kazakhstan
744 744
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

You don't have to take a tour inside. The splendid exterior is all there is to the building. The guided tour takes you to a hall where some world leaders meet for a congress. There is a small section for national and wedding dresses. And...More

Thank Xinxuan T
Reviewed 1 week ago

So called the Pyramid was built as a symbol of confessional reconciliation and peace all around the World. A genius designer mixed a convention center, concert hall and exhibition area in one space making the visitor to be inspired by ideas of the peace, friendship...More

Thank jkaramalakov
Reviewed 1 week ago

Really nice pyramid structure with a diagonal elevator. Cheap tickets and English guide is available on entrance for free. It's partially use as a congress hall, theatre stage, and Presidents meetings/guests on the top. Small exhibitions take place here as well. Great views and a...More

Thank Razvan_RGR
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visited this building with my GF as a guided tour (you can't visit it without a guide) in English which was a surprisingly pleasant experience in the city of Astana, where we met max 5 people talking English at least a bit (our guide...More

Thank Marek N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After going there first for a musical, I decided two days later to take a guided tour of the building. They have English speaking guides. The place is fascinating, the guide had a good knowledge of the place. There was an exhibition of modern art...More

Thank Yves W
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This building seems to be purpose build for top political meetings. The gardenaround the building definitely needs some work and repair, andthe entrance tunnels are not welcoming, but once inside there is friendly staff, and you'll first enter an impressive foyer with access to a...More

1  Thank nicolasj
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

Went their to see but unfortunately the place was under restrictions and the workers don't know to use which door as they don't know English very well

Thank TeT M
Reviewed 4 June 2017

This is a very special building - both from the outside and the inside. It contains a concert hall, a small ethnographic exhibition and halls for the meetings of the religous leaders. You will be guided by a local guide.

Thank JLC-1972
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Wonderful structure. Excellent tours. Very cheap. Needs more people to visit to make it look attarctable. clean modern building.

Thank scotdoc2015
Reviewed 15 May 2017

A dramatic feature on the skyline of Astana, this Norman Foster designed building is close to the national history museum and the Hazret Sultan mosque. Guided tours are available.

Thank Howarth S
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