On November 19, 2020 at 17.00 in Nur-Sultan in the building of the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Elbasy (Beibitshilik St., 11) a solemn opening ceremony of two exhibitions will be held: "Historical code of independent Kazakhstan" and "Diplomatic gifts as part of a cultural heritage of mankind". Exhibitions from the archival, book and museum collections of the Library of Elbasy have been prepared as part of a series of events dedicated to the Day of the First President and the Independence Day of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
The exhibition "Historical Code of Independent Kazakhstan" will feature photo, video, text documents showing the contribution of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan N.A. Nazarbayev - Elbasy to the revival and development of the historical and cultural heritage of the Great Steppe in the course of the implementation of program documents for the study and past propaganda.
More than 70 of the most unique and rare pieces of watchmaking art will be presented at the exhibition "Diplomatic gifts as part of the cultural heritage of mankind". The basis of the collection is gifts presented by N.A. Nazarbayev from the heads of foreign states and governments, international organizations and foundations, foreign delegations, residents of Kazakhstan in recognition of the international authority of the country and its leader. In particular, products of world famous European manufactories will be presented: Atmos, Hermle, Berhard Richards Manufacture, Blancpain and others. It will also be possible to see the clock of the composer N. Tlendiev, handed over to N.A. Nazarbayev, the widow of the composer; Parovoz watch, referring to the first steam engines of the industrial revolution in the second half of the 18th century; Atmos watches are the only watches in the world with a calendar up to the year 3000 and many more.
The exhibitions "Historical code of independent Kazakhstan" and "Diplomatic gifts as part of the cultural heritage of mankind" will last until January 13, 2021.
Accreditation is required.