The main idea of the project is to create a unique space of worship to the deceased having the respect and the different nation’s traditions as the main goal. The project is borned from the elements that join the different religions in a common place, the Pantheon, which becomes the main element of the project. On the other hand, the circle is also present in the symbol of Kazakhstan, both the flag and the shield.
Traditional Kazakh burials consisted of small mounds. The body was deposited in a circular pit is finally covered with stones and earth, creating small hills along the landscape. This type of funeral rituals has been repeated in different culture and different parts of the world to be a cult activity the most common dead throughout history.
The cycle of life combines together birth, life and death in a single, closed, never ending curve. This curve and its
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