The Palace of Peace and Reconciliation is a delightful glass-and-steel pyramid which was opened in 2006 as the home for the triennial Congress of World and Traditional Religions, facilitated by Kazakhstan.
The 30-minute visit demonstrates to you a 1350-situate musical show corridor, the third-floor chamber where the congress was held, and the summit meeting room with windows loaded with recolored glass birds. Brimming with symmetry and imagery, the pyramid is perfectly enlightened and a feature of the city.
Planned by Norman Foster, it's considered as Astana's emblematic focus, and by 2030. It ought to be close to the land focus as well.
There's a presentation on the distinctive people groups of Kazakhstan by the taking off chamber, and an engaging divider cultivates close to the pyramid's tip.