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Map of Mongolia

Mongolia Physical MapMongolia is mountainous country with an average altitude of 1,580 meters above the sea level. The lowest point Khokh-nuur in the east is 552 meters above sea level and the highest point is the mountain Nairamdal in the Mongolian Altai (in the west) which stands at 4,374 meters. The geography of the country is characterized by great diversity.

Flora Map

Flora MapMongolia has diverse vegetation that includes an important part of Central Asia’s plant life.
Plant species representative of Siberia’s coniferous taiga forest, Central Asian steppe
and desert, and the Altai Mountains are found here. Over 3000 vascular plants, 927 lichens,
437 mosses, 875 fungi, and numerous algae have been recorded up to date. There are
many other species still to be classified. 150 species are endemic to Mongolia and more than 100 plant species arc recorded as rare or endangered.

Bird Map

So far 434 species of birds, belonging to 193 genera, 56 families and 17 orders, have been
registered and observed in Mongolia. More than 330 species from this are migratory and the
remaining 104 species inhabit Mongolia year-round. Approximately 50 species migrate
through Mongolia and 20 species are observed here occasionally. The Mongolian Red Book
contains a register of 30 bird species, which are not only rare worldwide but are also rare in Mongolia. As an important act of conservation, parts of big lakes and rivers, which are densely inhabited by birds, such as lakes: Khuvusgul, Uvs, Khar-Us, Dayan, Khorgo, Terkhiin Tsagaan, were protected.

Animal Map

Animal MapA total of 138 species of mammals, 449 species of birds , 75 species of fish , 6 species of amphibians and 22 species of reptiles have been registered on the animal kingdom list of Mongolia. Besides these, there are more than 13,000 species of invertebrate, including 516 species of insects, worms, fresh water and terrestrial mollusks in Mongolia. Of the above-mentioned animals 24 mammals are basic hunting animals, 32 hunted by just a few and 4 are not to be hunted. A total of 30 species and sub-species mammals are listed in the rare and very rare classifications of the Mongolian Red Book, which was revised in 1997.

Administrative Map

There are 21 administrative units (aimags) in Mongolia. Ulaanbaatar, Darkhan, Erdenet and Choibalsan are the main big cities. Aimags are divided into soums, and soums are divided into bags.

Tourist Map

Coming to Mongolia can be a big challenge. Knowing what to bring, how to get there, where to stay, what to see and how to get around is important if you want to make to most of journey. On the tourist map you can find the most frequently visited destinations, attractions and location of tourist camps and other useful places.

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