Breakfast at the hotel. Excursion in Uralsk city: City Museum 1832, Cathedral Church Palace 1740, Pugachev museum, Golden church 1891, City Mosque 2005, Ataman house, lunch at the local restaurant, Karaev V house, Ofchinnikov merchant house, Vanushin merchant house, Emelyan Pugachev house museum, back to hotel, dinner and overnight.
Uralsk (until 1775 Yaitsk town) (Oral (inf.)) Is a city in western Kazakhstan, on the Ural River. The administrative center of the West Kazakhstan region, occupies the northern part of the Caspian lowland. The total area territories, is about 700 km ².
Uralsk is located on the right bank of the middle course of the Ural River and on the left bank of the lower course of the Chagan River, in a picturesque steppe plain with high and steep river yars. The right tributary of the Chagan - the Derkul River, flows near the city and its suburbs - Derkul settlement. The highest elevation is Svistun-Gora, located between the suburban settlements of Zachagansk and Krugloozernoye.
Yaitsky town was founded in 1584 (officially the date of the founding of the city is 1613). In 1988, the 375th anniversary of the city was widely celebrated). It was laid on the peninsula between the rivers Yaik (Ural) and Chagan. Now this area of the city is called "Kureni", from the Turkic word kuren - Cossack dwelling.
In 1591, the Yaik Cossacks took Russian citizenship, but before Peter I had full autonomy. In 1773-1775, the Yaik Cossacks became the core of the Emelian Pugachev uprising. After the defeat of the rebels in 1775, Empress Catherine II ordered the renaming of the Yaitsk Town in Uralsk.