Nur-Sultan Square is an example of a modern style of creating open public spaces in the administrative, business and cultural center of Turkestan. It occupies an area of 5.4 hectares.
The pride of this object is a complex of fountains with an area of 3,500 m2, which are the largest pedestrian fountains in the world with a unique water choreography: a game of geysers, a water mirror, fog formation, a starry sky. Trees, shrubs and flowers of various types are planted on most of the area of 3.1 hectares.
During the construction of the facility, a balance was observed between the use of modern solutions and the preservation of the historical context of the landscaped streets.