Local time in Taldykorgan city is December 10, 12:13 am (+6 UTC).
In the 70s of 19th century the first clay houses were built in the north-eastern part of Karatalskaya valley where the river Karatal turns to the west. The houses were inhabited by Cossacks from stanitsa Karabulakskaya.
According to old people stories, Karabulaksky Cossack leader turned angry with the unpleased ones and exiled their families to the settlement which grew later and received the name Gavrilovskoye.
As the natural economy developed economical ties were also formed and strengthened. The settlement Gavrilovskoye was located 15 km from stanitsa Karabulakskaya.
In 1917 over 3, 000 people lived in the settlement of Gavrilovskoye. In May 1921 the settlement Gavrilovskoye was reformed into Taldy-Kurgan. In 1944 Taldy-Kurgan became a city. The city began to develop particularly after the construction of a branch line from Turkestan-Siberian Railway in 1949.
Taldykorgan city street view
Taldykorgan city, Kazakhstan street
Taldy-Kurgan city street
There are the following plants in Taldykorgan: an accumulator plant, fruit cannery, machine-building plant; factories: sewing, shoe, furniture and others.
Taldykorgan city has three parks, the largest of which half encircles the city, industrial and agricultural colleges, a medical school.
Recently an embankment was built in Taldykorgan, the Central Park was renewed, new parks are formed.
Taldykorgan city scenery
Taldykorgan city, Kazakhstan view
Taldy-Kurgan city administration
Taldykorgan city monument
Taldykorgan city monument view
Taldy-Kurgan city monument
Taldykorgan city restaurant
Taldykorgan city water park
Taldy-Kurgan city mosque