Astana, Kazakhstan one of the world's newest capital cities.
ASTANA or is that really SATANA?! :)
Hiram Abiff would be proud of this place as it is completely steeped in the esoteric in all it's design.
"As above, so below"
"Astana is one of the world’s youngest cities. As late as 1997, the Kazakh capital was at Almaty, a city in the southeast, not far from the border with China. The official reasons for the move included seismic instability, volatile borderlands, and limited room for expansion, but it isn’t hard to guess at other, more patriotic motivations for the shift."
"Astana was built at incredible speeds, transforming the northern town of Ak Mola (the “White Tomb”) into a bizarre, dizzying metropolis. No expense was spared when it came to city planning; world-class architects (such as Britain’s Sir Norman Foster and Japan’s Kisho Kurokawa) were hired for a project that would become a multi-billion dollar exercise in futurism.
Today, the city remains unfinished. Many of its more elaborate zones and structures are complete, but with a large portion of its residential areas still in development, Astana remains low on human population. To this day, many government officials still commute to work by flying from the former capital at Almaty. At times, and particularly in some districts, it can feel like a ghost town. Such sensations only add to the effect of Astana’s peculiar blend of architectural styles"
"Another Kazakh landmark raising eyebrows in conspiracy forums is the “Palace of Peace and Reconciliation.” Situated across the river from the Ak Orda Palace, on the edge of the city center, this large pyramid serves as a meeting place for the Kazakh congress. Its lower level contains a concert hall, while a middle floor hosts a large, circular (sun?) table around which affairs of state are decided. In its apex, a glass-walled mini-pyramid, an observation deck provides a 360-degree view of the city."
Source: atlasobscura.com https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/kazakhstan-and-the-illuminati