18 July, at 10.00, a presentation of a unique exhibit from the museum funds was held in the museum of Temirtau city. The project presents different exhibits related to the history of the city, donated by residents and guests of the city, collected in the museum. Exhibits are updated monthly.
The first iron casting of Kazakhstan was presented to the public.
3 July, 1960 it is birthday of the Kazakhstan Magnitka. And the only symbol of this event is the casting with the inscription: «The first iron casting of Kazakhstan. July 1960». On the slab there is a bas-relief of the blast furnace A long history preceded its creation.
In the 1930s, geologists K.I. Satpayev, M.I. Rusakov, A.N. Speransky repeatedly raised the issue of building a large metallurgical factory in Central Kazakhstan. However, in view of the fact that in a war, the question of building a large metallurgical factory with a full cycle is out of the question, it was decided to build a small refinery in the Karaganda region, near the Samarkand reservoir. For 11 months, from the old dismantled equipment, evacuated from the factories of the western part of the USSR, the first manufactories were built.
31 December, 1944 open-hearth furnace number 1 gave the first Kazakh steel.
In the postwar years, the idea of creating a metallurgical factory with a full cycle on the basis of the conversion factory does not lose its relevance.
14-15 February, 1956, at the XX Congress of the Central Committee of the CPSU, it was decided: "To put into operation at the Karaganda Metallurgical Factory blast furnaces with a capacity of 1 million 350 thousand tons of cast iron in year and a continuous sheet mill."
In 1957, construction of the first blast furnace began and soon Kazakhstan Magnitka was declared the All-Union Komsomol construction strike. Youth squads from all over the Soviet Union and the countries of the socialist bloc came to Temirtau. Thanks to the enthusiasm of youth, construction was completed.
«Exhibit of the Month» was attended by the city media.