Kazakhstani teenagers made portrait of Elbasy from 3000 Rubik's cubes
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Teenagers from Semey have collected a portrait of Elbasy from 3 thousand Rubik's cubes, Kazpravda.kz reports with reference to the Elbasy Academy.
In Semey, the Kazakhstan Speedcubing Federation team collected a portrait of Elbasy from 3 thousand Rubik's cubes in six and a half hours. The panel is 2.8 meters high and 3.3 meters long.
The guys dedicated their creation to the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev and timed it to the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the 30th anniversary of Kazakhstan's Independence.
The team included 11th grade students Alikhan Yertursynov, Amir Murzakarimov, as well as a bronze-level participant in the Elbasy Medal project Pavel Raschetov and college students Dilmar Rakhatov and Zhanat Kazez.
The fascinating process of creating a portrait of Elbasy was filmed.
This is their fourth project over the past year. Previously, the public was presented with panels with images of Aliya Moldagudova, timed to the Victory Day, Abai Kunanbaev, timed to the birthday of the poet-educator, and Alikhan Bokeikhanov.