‘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.
1200 flag designs, 750 versions of the national anthem and over 300 projects of the future coat of arms participated in the competition.
In this picture from June 27, Talgat Musabaev gets on a bus that will take him to the Chkalovsky military airfield.
1990 in Kazakhstan was the time when the country got rid of "nuclear monster".
President Charles de Gaulle carefully watching a rocket launch at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
This photograph was taken in 1985. It features a new building of the Central State Museum of the Kazakh SSR.
After the October Revolution of 1917, church bells were especially hated by the new government.
Future tsar Nicolas II was traveling around the world and was also visiting governorates and distant regions of his own empire.
Shipping on the Ili River was introduced in Soviet Kazakhstan in 1927.
Photographer Alexander Ionov captured the very moment when steppe women were rolling ornamented felt with a reed mat.