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August 13, 2012 11:35 AM

Forget ‘Borat’ — D.C. exhibit shows the real Kazakhstan

The first question might be, where is Kazakhstan? The second is, why go see an exhibit about it? The answer is simple. Kazakhstan is basically unknown to Americans outside of the 2006 movie “Borat,” and has more to offer. “Nomads and Networks,” which opened Saturday at the Arthur M. Sackler museum in Washington, D.C., provides a snapshot of this vast country and its ancient history

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