‘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.
The picture is a blatant proof of the fact that the Aral Sea once was navigable, and Kazakhstan had all chances to become a sea-power.
This picture is dated back to 1862.
This is a picture that was taken in 1889 in Kazakh city of Kostanay.
Nursultan Nazarbayev dedicated his first ascension to the 150th anniversary of Abay.
In the times when Akmolinsk still was a fortress, many caravans from Central Asia and merchant wagon trains from Western Siberia cities were passing through here.
During Soviet era, Lenin Square was the most popular spot for wedding photos.
This snapshot was made at the times when Nur-Sultan was known as Akmolinsk.