TIL Modern cultivated apples (Malus domestica) trace their roots to Kazakhstan, specifically the region near the city of Almaty, previously named Alma-Ata or “father of apples.”

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  1. Kazakhstan is also home of the Tinshein swimming pool. It’s length thirty meter, width six meter and the filtration system is a marvel to behold. It remove 80% of human solid waste.

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