Astana, which became in the late 90s. the capital of Kazakhstan, is proud of the landscape with new architectural and construction projects, some of which, such as government infrastructure facilities continue to be implemented now. The old and new quarters of the city divided by the river Ishim. The old, still Soviet buildings are on the north bank and the government district and monuments such as the monolithic tower Baiterek, spread to the south. On the central avenue of the Republic focused entertainment and business facilities.