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The Nur-Astana Mosque on the left bank of the Ishim river is the second largest mosque in Central Asia, capable of accomodating 7000 worshippers.
The Nur-Astana Mosque on the left bank of the Ishim river is the second largest mosque in Central Asia, capable of accomodating 7000 worshippers. Its beautiful golden dome stands out in the skyline, surrounded by 4 minarets.
Yesil District, Astana, Kazakhstan
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