Nur-Sultan Square is an example of a modern style of creating the open public spaces in the administrative, business and cultural center of Turkestan. It occupies an area of 5.4 hectares.
This project can be proud of a 3500 m2 area complex of fountains, which are the largest pedestrian fountains in the world having unique water choreography: play of geysers, water mirror, fog formation and a starry sky. Over the 3.1 hectare area of the square is planted with trees, shrubs and flowers of various types.
The project has observed a balance of using the modern solutions and the preserving the historical image of streets.