Bautino village and Sea port in Mangistau region, Kazakhstan.
Excursion to Bautino village ans Sea port.
Bautin is a village and seaport in the Tupkaragan district of the Mangistau region.
Geographical location Bautino.
The district center is located 4 km northwest of the city of Fort Shevchenko on the coast of the Caspian Sea.
It was founded in 1849 as the Nikolaevsky station. In 1922 he was renamed A.E. Bautin on the orders of the second party conference of the Mangystau region.
Bautin is one of the largest centers of the fishing industry in Kazakhstan. There is a station for growing fish and seals, a fish cannery, a ship repair company. The factory has canned fish, fish mills, seals, sausages and tinplate processing. There are vehicles and accommodations.
Transport in Bautino.
Bautino has automobile communication with the regional centers of Aktau and Fort Shevchenko, and by sea - with Atyrau and Astrakhan.
The village has 1 school-lyceum, 1 gymnasium (Kazakh and Russian), a branch of the Mangystau Polytechnic College, 2 kindergartens, 2 clinics, 2 libraries, a post office, 6 hotels, a cafe-bar, 26 points of sale, 2 hairdressers, 3 There is a children’s playground, telephone exchange and fountain. There are many foreign and domestic companies in the village.
What to see in Bautino - sights Bautino.
The village of Bautin is famous for its historical heritage. For example, Lower and Upper Berks (1863), Maritime Agency, North Caucasian Mercury Company (1887), a monument to A.A. Bautinu (1927), a plaque to Alibi Dzhangildinu (1978), the first organizer of fishing. The House of Dubskiy Zakhar Kuzmich (1913).