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Capitalcity of Mongolia

The Mongolian capital has 370 years history and changed many times its name and location. Since 1924 she called Ulaanbaatar and since 1778 was located at Tuul river on foots of Bogd Uul mountains. More than 40% of the population live here in the capital.

Zaisan Panorama mountain The panorama mountain Zaisan is situated in the south of the city next the Buddha park with the memorial, which is dedicated for unknown Russian soldiers, who were fallen in the different wars. From here you have a good view to the whole city and their environment.

Sukhbaatar place The main square in the heart of the city called Sukhbaatar place, named after the revolutionary leader of 1921. It is surrounded by some important buildings, such as the parliament building, city hall, stock exchange, central post, mongolian opera and cultural palace.

Nature historical museum It has plenty of exhibitions about mongolian fauna and flora, also different minerals and meteorite, camels and dinosaurs. A length of the complete dinosaur skeletons is 15m long.

Zanabazar museum Zanabazar museum has excellent collections according to mongolian kind of thankas, paintings, papmache, wooden carving, buddhist sculptures and including own works of famous artist Zanabazar.

History museum Archeological finds from different ages, rock designs, deer stones from the Hunne- and Uigurtime. You see different ethnic costumes, hat and other things. Much from the mongolian empire and nomads culture, mongolians under manchu dynasty, in socialism also in democracy.

Bogd Khaan's Palace The last emperor Bogd of the 8-th lived for his last 20 years in his winter palace, which was built between 1893-1903. Except the winter palace are some temple buildings, where are you see his religious treasure's. In its winter palace there are some important gifts from high personalities including horse carriage of Queen Victoria and a complete mongolian ger covered by skin of 150 snow leopards.

Gandan monastery The Gandan monastery is called joy-full monastery. It was the largest buddhist center in Mongolia. It was established 1838 and destroyed 1930's partly. In the Avalokiteshvara temple stands the Asian' s larges gilded Buddha statue, which is 26.5m high and 90tn heavy.

Choijin Lama Museum It was a temple for states oracle und was dedicated for the brother of Bogd 8-th. During the communist purge 1930's remained without damage. The temple plant consists of 5 temple's with unique valuable exhibits.

State's and drama theatre In summer months there are mongolian folklore for foreign guests each evening. You have possibilities to experience demonstrations of the strange cultural characteristics such as contortion dance, mask dance, thoughts and long song etc.

Worldheritage in Mongolia

The Cultural Landscape Orkhon Valley in Mongolia belonging to UNESCO World Heritage.

The cultural landscape of the Orkhon valley in the mountains Khangai includes large grazing areas, where still today nomads live. The archaeological sites is belonging to area of Kharkhorin.

The Orkhon Valley is located in Khangai Mountains, where the cradle of Mongolian nation is. Kharkhorin (Karakorum) was in the 13th and 14th Century the capital of the Mongolian khans ifollowing of Genghis Khan (1155-1227). From here was an entire empire governed. The Orkhon Valley was settled much earlier. Evidently was already since 6th Century a political center for large parts of Central Asia established.

The Uvs Nuur Basin (1,068,853 ha) is the northernmost of the enclosed basins of Central Asia. It takes its name from Uvs Nuur Lake, a large, shallow and very saline lake, important for migratory birds, waterfowl and seabirds. The steppe ecosystem supports a wide variety of birds and the desert is home to a number of rare gerbil, gerbils and the marbled polecat. The mountains are an important refuge for the globally endangered snow leopard, mountain sheep (argali) and the Asiatic ibex.

Mentioned above are belonging to UNESCO World Heritage Site. And such a tentative list consists of , where there Bogd Khan Uul, Burkhan Khaldun Uul, Huvsgul Lake tsaatan, Gobi Gurvan Saikhan, Big Gobi Desert, Amarbayasgalant monastery Khoit are zenkher cave etc. listed.

From our menu 'destinations' you will find all tours including this mentioned areas.

National Parks

Mongolia has long tradition to respect and honor the nature. E.g. the Bogd Khan Uul Mountain is protected since 1783 and this one of the oldest national park in the world. Our ritualles, tradition and religions have important role for this. The circumstances formed in different regions of Mongolia strictly protected areas, national parks, nature reserves and. Strictly protected are Bogd Khan Uul Mountain, Khukh Serkh Mountains, the great Gobi, Khan Khentii mountain, Mongolian daurica, Numrug river, Dornod Mongolian steppe, Otgontenger mountains, der basin of Uvs lake, Uvs Lake, KhasagtKhairkhan Mountains, Small Gobi, Khoridol Saridag Mountains. Khuvsgul area Gorkhi Terelj Gobi Gurvan Saikhan mountains, Khorgo Terkhiin Zagaan lake, Altai Tavan Bogd mountain, Khangai mountains, Khar Us Nuur, Noyon Khangai mountains and even more natoinalparks, nature reserves were valueble to list.

Our tours include all these areas and especially we offer for the short term travelers " stop over tours " in the national parks and nature reserve nearby of capitalcity. You will go one more step closer to the nature by our various activities.

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