‘Flashback’ is a project which demonstrates that a single image has a history behind it. The program offers detailed information about that particular year or century when the photograph was taken.
According to national tradition, the steam engine has passed through the arch, symbolizing the yurt, while the hair fetter was cut.
The first Mangyshlak oil gushed out in 1961.
The photograph was taken in Semipalatinsk region that back then was a part of the Western Siberia governorate general.
For a long period of time, cattle was a reliable assistant for loads transporting.
This photo was taken on December 10th.
This photo taken in 1958 reminds us how the all-union construction brigade movement was born.
In the 19th century, geological prospecting in Kazakhstan was carried out blindly and with numerous interruptions occurring due to the disappearance of the seams.
For many Turkic peoples, shamans were held in great respect.
This picture was taken in the autumn of 1891.