Taldykorgan (Kazakh: Талдықорған / Taldıqorğan), formerly known as Taldy-Kurgan (Russian: Талды-Курган, until 1993), is the administrative center of Almaty Province, Kazakhstan. Population: 123,038 (2009 Census results); 97,996 (1999 Census results). Most of the people are Kazakhs.
Taldykorgan has a diverse educational system, including a university, institutes, institutions, technical training colleges, secondary schools and kindergartens. There are 27 public health facilities, a theater, amusement parks, libraries, a city cinema, stadium, sports complex and swimming pools. All of the facilities have not been maintained since the USSR era.
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Gottlieb Wladimir (born 1942) - Ph.D, Associate Professor in Lviv Institute of Physical Education (Ukraine), Master of sport (swimming). Now he lives in Germany.
Mirat Sarsembayev (born 1986) - amateur boxer from Kazakhstan, best known for winning the flyweight bronze at the 2005 World Amateur Boxing Championships.
Victor Sydorenko (born 1953) - painter, curator, teacher, an author of objects and photocompositions and also scientific and publicistic texts, member and the vice-president of Ukrainian Academy of Arts.