Kazakhstan Warehouses is a multiplayer map in Syphon Filter 2. Available from the start, it is based on the level Pharcom Warehouses from the first Syphon filter.
Pharcom Warehouses: Almaty, Kazakhstan
In 1978 Wyn Industries (predecessor to Pharcom) became the only multinational corporation allowed to operate with the Soviet Union, opening its first research facility in the city of Sverolovsk (now called Ekaterinburg) in June of 1978. On April 2, 1979 an unusual anthrax outbreak killed 64 people and injured 94.
The Soviet government claimed the deaths were caused by intestinal anthrax from tainted meat, but in 1992 Boris Yeltsin, along with Dr. Alibekov of Biopreparat (the civilian arm of the Soviet bioweapons program) admitted that some kind of accident had occurred at the Pharcom labs. Pharcom purchased this warehouse complex in 1980 and used it to ship product throughout Eastern Europe.