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Kent mountains, Karaganda region, Kazakhstan.


Jeep tour to the Kent mountains from the city of Nur-Sultan.

Trip to the Kent mountains from Karaganda.

The Kent mountains are the most beautiful heritage of our planet and a landmark of the Karaganda region. The Kent Mountains consist of many other small mountains that have such names as the mountains of Bokty, Koshubay, Burtas, Kyzyltas, Kyzylarai. The Kent Mountains are also part of the famous Karkaraly or Karkaraly Mountains. The Kent Mountains belong to Central Kazakhstan. Here such rivers as Nura, Sherubay-nura, Zharly, Taldy, Tokrau originate.

Mount Kent - how to get there.

The Kent Mountains or the Kent Mountains are located on the territory of the Karaganda region in central Kazakhstan. It is easy to get here from the city of Karaganda and the capital of Kazakhstan, the city of Nur-Sultan. We recommend traveling around the region by 4x4 car, accompanied by another car and a guide who knows the area and local roads.

City of Kent in the Kentish mountains.

The Kent Mountains are considered one of the most ancient mountain systems; the nature here is very beautiful. Traveling in the Kentish mountains is necessary at the beginning of summer, as the region is filled with spring colors. Also here in ancient times there was a great city - the settlement of Kent. The city of Kent belongs to the Begazy-Dandybaev culture and is considered a proto-city, the inhabitants of the city knew the basics of metallurgy and could smelt steel. Excavations and studies of the area were carried out on the site of the city, so traveling around the region we will definitely visit them. Also here is the Kyzyl-Kenish Palace (Red Jewels) and the Kyzyl-Kent Palace. Presumably the buildings date back to the 14th century.

Mountains of Kent, Kentish mountains.

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