State symbols

  The national flag of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Flag - is one of the main symbols of the state, embodying its sovereignty and identity. The term "flag" is derived from "vlag", the Dutch word. Flag - is attached to a staff or cord set banner sizes and colors, usually with picture of the emblem or logo. Since ancient times, the flag served as a union of people of a country and identification with a particular state.

  State Emblem of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Coat of arms - one of the main symbols of the state. The term  is derived from the German word " “erbe" (inheritance) and hereditary means distinguishing mark - a combination of figures and objects with symbolic meaning.

History shows that even the Bronze Age nomads lived in ancient Kazakhstan, identified with a special symbol – totem, graphic expression which later acquired the name "tamga". For the first  time, the term began to be used in the Turk Empire.

  National Anthem of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Anthem - this is one of the main symbols of the state. The term "national anthem" comes from the Greek word "gimneo" means "solemn song." Anthem serves as an important sound symbolism of key importance for effective social and political consolidation and ethnocultural identity of citizens.