Nur-Sultanbrick, formerly Astanabrick, is the capital and second-largest cityball of Kazakhstan-icon.png Kazakhbrick. It is a planned cityball, just like Australian Capital Territory-icon.png CanberraballWashingtonDC-icon.png Washington DCball, and Distrito Federal (Brasil)-icon.png Brasiliaball.

Nur-Sultanbrick has some of the best examples of modern architecture in Central Asia. 


Nur-Sultanbrick was born as a 2-icon.png 2ball, adopted by Mongol Empire-icon.png Mongol Empireball, Khanate of Kazakh-icon.png Kazakh Khanatebrick, Russia-icon.png Russian Empireball, Soviet-icon.png Sovietball, and Kazakhstan-icon.png Kazakhbrick.

It was renamed to Nur-Sultanbrick in 2019.


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