Semey (Kazakh: Семей), formerly known as Semipalatinsk (Russian: Семипала́тинск, until 2007) and Alash-kala (Kazakh: Алаш-қала / Alaş-qala, 1917–1920), is a city in Kazakhstan with population of around 300,000 people.

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Voskresenskiy Sobor

Semipalatinsk was the centre of the Soviet atomic weapons testing program.

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Train connections include Almaty, Astana via Pavlodar and Novosibirsk.

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  • "Silnee Smerti" (Stronger than death) Memorial to the victims of nuclear testing, Polkovnichiy Island.
  • The Semipalatinsk Bridge

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Abai Qunanbaiuli Literature Museum

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Enlik-Kebek cinema
  • Enlik-Kebek cinema

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