January 14. Kazinform's timeline of major events

January 14. Kazinform's timeline of major events
Photo credit: Kazinform

Kazinform's Timeline is the one-stop shop where you can learn about historical events for the 14th of January. See what notable events happened throughout Kazakhstan's history on January 14.


1935 – Kazakh State Philharmonic Hall is established. In 1938 it is named after outstanding Kazakh poet and zhyrshy (singer) Zhambyl Zhabayev.

1992 - Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics, and Forecasting (KIMEP) is set up.

1994 – The Archive of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan is established.

1998 – One of the streets in Minsk, Belarus, is named after Abai.

2006 – Moscow-based publishing house Russkiy Raritet publishes a collection of poems by Kazakh poet Zhambyl Zhabayev.

2013 – Kazakh pianist Khadisha Onalbayeva is awarded Steinway Artist honorary title.

2017 – Nine historical and cultural sites of Kyzylorda region are included in the UNESCO World Heritage Preliminary List. They are namely, the medieval towns Syganak, Zhankent, Kesken-Kuyuk, Chirik Rabat, Zhent, Balandy Mausoleum, Babish Mola, monuments of the Zhetyasar Oasis and Sauyskandyk petroglyphs.

2018 – Kazakh actress Moldir Mekenbayeva wins a gold medal at the UAE Grand Slam International Jiu Jitsu Tournament.

2019 – Kazakhstan is elected a member country of the IRENA Credentials Committee.

2020 – Anastassiya Gorodko from Kazakhstan wins a gold medal at the dual moguls at the FIS Europe Cup in Switzerland.

2021 – The «Corner of Abai», introducing the life and work of the famous Kazakh poet is opened at the Trakya University in Türkiye

Currently reading