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Fatherland of the Chinggis Khaan Tour

Fatherland of the Chinggis Khaan Tour

Hajuu Bulag is small spring in the middle of the forest near the Bayan River, from which Chinggis Khaan is said to have drunk. A bit east of this spring is Deluun Boldog, which local consider the birthplace of Temuujin (historians may think otherwise). The hill is topped with a stone monument dedicated in 1990 [...]

March 9th, 2009 | Posted in Khentii | Read More »

Ulaanbaatar City Tour

Ulaanbaatar City Tour

Please, look to the east if you are at the Chinggis Khaan International airport, but if you are at the Ulaanbaatar Railway Station, look to the south. You will see a high mountain with a thick forest. This is Mount Bogd Khan. The mountain, covered with a dense forest in all sides, looks as if [...]

February 9th, 2009 | Posted in Capital City Ulaanbaatar | Read More »

Ulaanbaatar Attraction

Ulaanbaatar Attraction

Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, is located on the bank of Tuul River and surrounded by majestic mountains. The combination of these pine covered mountains, vast public squares, Buddhist temples, and bustling marketplaces give it a rustic charm. The Choijin Lama Museum Hours and facilities: Everyday- 10.00 am -6.00 pm. Some Labels in English. Built [...]

February 1st, 2009 | Posted in Attraction | Read More »

Zaisan Memorial

Zaisan Memorial

The Zaisan memorial was erected by the RussianÔÇÖs to commemorate those killed in the second world war between Russia and Germany and Mongolia and Japan and the ensuing peace between these countries. And the unknown soldiers who died during other various wars. Many Mongolians do not know about the war in Europe and have little [...]

December 22nd, 2008 | Posted in Attraction | Read More »

Guided Tour to Karakorum, Ancient Mongolian Capital

Guided Tour to Karakorum, Ancient Mongolian Capital

Ancient capital city of the Mongolia , was established 1220 and was the capital of largest Chinggis Khan Empire (13th century) world had ever known. Visit Erdene Zuu monastery, which is the first Buddhist monastery in Mongolia . It was built at the initiative of the most influential Khalkha Lord Abtai Khan, in 1586 on [...]

December 10th, 2008 | Posted in Kharakhorum | Read More »