Number of livestock reach almost 56 million heads

The National Statistics Office of Mongolia has released the preliminary result of the 2015 livestock census. According to the report Mongolian has 55 million 957.6 thousand heads of the livestock. Including horses 3.249.4 thousand, cattle 3.779.5 thousand, 367.9 thousand, sheep 24.933.4 thousand, and goats 23.582.2 thousand.  

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Mongolian currency

Tugrug (sign: ₮; code: MNT) is the official currency of Mongolia. The Mongolian unit of currency is the tugrug which comes in notes of T5, T10, T20, T50, T100, T500, T1000, T5000, T10.000 and T20000 Mongolian Banknotes:Mongolian money comprising the banknotes have images of Sukhbaatar Damdin or Chinggis Khaan printed on one side. The other […]

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Mongolian Geography

Mongolia is located heart of the central Asia and a land locked country. Total territory is 1,566,500 square, kilometer. Mongolia stretches about 2,400 kilometers from west to east and about 1,260 kilometers from north to south. The total length of the country’s borders is 8,158 kilometers. Mongolia bordered to the north by Russian and to […]

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Mongolian Food

As Mongolia is a herding society, traditional Mongolian diet is based on food that can be obtained from the five domestic animals-cows, sheep, goats, horses and camels. The Mongolian diet includes a large proportion of animal fat which is necessary for the Mongols to withstand the cold winters and their hard work. Mongolia food is […]

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Chinggis khaan-Man of Millennium

Researchers and scholars from various countries have proclaimed Chinggis Khaan  as the Man of Millennium, acknowledging that he was great organizer, diplomat, politician, and warrior who set up the legal system of Mongolia and played a decisive role in the development of foreign relations, economy and the art of war. In modern Mongolia, Chinggis Khaan […]

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Mongolian Traditional Folk Dance-Mongol Bielgee

The Mongol Bielgee – Mongolian Traditional Folk Dance is performed by dancers from different ethnic groups in the Khovd and Uvs provinces of Mongolia. Regarded as the original forebear of Mongolian national dances, Bielgee dances embody and originate from the nomadic way of life. Bielgee dances are typically confined to the small space inside the […]

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Two-humped Bactrian camel- Mongol temee-Ship of Gobi

Two-humped Bactrian camel was domesticated by 2500 BC and continues to be of great importance in the lives of the nomadic herders of Mongolia, especially in the arid Gobi region. Mongolia is one of the nations in the world that is home of two-humped Bactrian camel. It is the most important animal to transportation and […]

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Mongolian Visa / The Mongolian Embassies Abroad list

MONGOLIA VISAS AND DOCUMENTS Currently, a 30-day tourist visa is easily obtained at any Mongolian consulate, consulate-general or honorary consulate. Follow the following steps and requirements to obtain a Mongolian visa from your nearest Mongolian Embassy: One copy of visa application form is required for Mongolian visas State clearly travel dates A valid passport must […]

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