The country is situated almost at the crossroads of two continents – Europe and Asia. Its territory stretches from the lower reaches of the Volga River in the west to the Altai foothills in the east, taking up two time zones for 3,000 kilometers. From the north to the south the lands of Kazakhstan occupy 2,000 kilometers, and stretch from the West Siberian Plain in the north to the Tian Shan Mountains and the Kyzyl Kum desert in the south. The total area of its territory is 2,717,300 square kilometers and considered to be the 9th largest in the whole world, giving the way only to Russia, China, USA, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, India and Australia. Kazakhstan shares borders with China, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation, the total length of which is12,187 kilometers. Kazakhstan – is a really huge country that is situated in the heart of the Eurasian continent, which occupies the 9th place in the world in terms of territory. Being located from the south of the Ural Mountains, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, for hundreds of centuries, this land is located on the border of different religions, civilizations and cultures. Kazakhstan has never beenalt on the margins of history. Even in the distant past, the peoples knew this country as Dasht-i-Kipchak – Great Steppe of the ancient nomads. The waves of human migrations many times overwhelmed the territory of Kazakhstan in various directions. As a result, exceptionally unique culture has developed there, which today is the main wealth of the country. It adjoins the antiquity and modernity, the Eastern tradition connects with the western modernity, and European practicality absolutely does not contradict the Asian relaxation, luxury and bliss.