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Kazakhstan's Borovoe resort area captured from bird's eye view 21 июля 2015, 17:43

Kazakhstan's Borovoe resort area has been captured from bird's eye view.
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Kazakhstan's Borovoe resort area has been captured from bird's eye view, Tengrinews reports.

Vitaliy Petrov who shot "Kazakhstan's Switzerland", as people in Kazakhstan often call Borovoe for its spectacular views and nature similar to that of Switzerland, works in IT and has began shooting videos quite recently. At first it was a hobby, but later he started receiving commercial offers.

Borovoe resort located between Astana and Kokshetau cities in northern Kazakhstan, approximately three hours drive from Astana, is a popular resort in Kazakhstan.

The 5-minute video captures pristine and magical views of Burabay resort, its beautiful lakes, pine forest and endless steppes. 

Using his quadrocopter, Vitaliy also filmed Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, from various angles. He uploads his videos to his YouTube channel.

Reporting by Dinmukhammed Kalikulov, writing by Assel Satubaldina



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